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Where do you stay when you are on tour? Hotels? Campsites? Stealth Camping?

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closed as not constructive by Neil Fein, Johan Dahlin, ire_and_curses, b.roth, Dustin Aug 27 '10 at 0:49

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I vote to close; too subjective, and can lead to arguments about stealth camping. Also, see this thread in meta. Touring is in scope as long as it sticks to on-topic areas. – Neil Fein Aug 26 '10 at 15:12
This is a bit off topic and too open. Maybe restating the question would help. – milesmeow Aug 26 '10 at 16:05
If you are not interested; you should no look at things tagged touring or camping. See my meta post:… – sixtyfootersdude Aug 26 '10 at 16:42
Whether or not this is on topic is one question (currently being discussed on meta). Another is whether this is a good question. In my opinion, this is an opinion poll, vague and broad, with multiple, "chatty" answers. I think it should be closed as subjective. – ire_and_curses Aug 26 '10 at 17:11
@hhh, we decided in meta that questions specifically about camping are off-topic. Here's the specific question where this was decided. May I recommend the excellent Accommodations forums on Crazy Guy On a Bike? (I spend a good amount of time there and have several journals on the site.) Alternately, feel free to contribute to the discussion on meta if you disagree with the decision; perhaps you can get the community to reconsider. – Neil Fein Feb 18 '11 at 17:39

Mixture of campsites, friends and hotels. If I've got a rest day (staying in one city and checking things out) typically hotel.

I have some friends that just went up to houses and asked if they could camp on the lawn. They rode from Toronto to PEI with no camping fees.

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I get scared to ride through some places, much less ask people to camp on their lawn! I need to move to a more bicycle-friendly area... – Russ Warren Aug 26 '10 at 15:01
Yeah the maritime provinces are pretty friendly. A few times my friends saw people at a rest stop that lived locally and got invited over. In fact most times the family invited them in for diner and offered showers, drives to the grocery store...Us Canucks are a friendly bunch. – curtismchale Aug 26 '10 at 20:33

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