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Camping L'eau Rouge: Camping at Eau Rouge
This is an ideal place to stay if you're going to watch the Belgian GP and don't mind camping in a field with facilities.
It's only 2km from the track, not a bad walk along a straight road although it's even easier if you can manage to squeeze on to the free bus that you can pick up at the top of the road leading from the campsite.
The facilities were okay and were kept clean most of the weekend, although with so many people using them in not so good weather, they did get a bit messy on occasions. By the end of the weekend the toilets didn't smell that special!
We were pitched in a field at the bottom of the campsite so with all the rain it did get a bit muddy as there was no tarmac plot by the tent etc. but we still had a fab time.
Easy access to the Spa-Francorchamps track.
Free hot showers and water.
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An inclusive will take all in one: Hotel ... treatment ... relaxation ...
Going to Spa can be done in two ways. You go to see the town and maybe drink from a few wells, but you also can go to relax, have a healing bath or even a treatment. If this last is the case, then take care of an inclusive travel-package that puts hotel plus all the things you want to spoil yourself with in one. It will definately safe you a lot of money and ... most professional bathing houses don't accept last-minutes, but have appointments.
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