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Travel by motor scooter in Europe

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As a new Vespa GTS 250 owner, I'm daydreaming about scooting in Europe. I've been trying to find forums of people (here or England, most likely, due to language) who travel Europe by motor scooter--akin to those who motor-home, I guess--who deal with where to buy/rent/lease scooters; paper legalities; where to stay along the way, etc, etc. In my Googling efforts, I stay away from 'Vespa' only because I find the focus is usually on the bikes themselves rather than on the realities of traveling by scooter in various countries, inter-country travel, etc.

I'm coming up dry, and wonder a) if any of you know any relevant links, and b) how you'd go about researching this.

Thanks,
Karen

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