"IntSaab" has been one of the biggest international SAAB meetings for years already. The event always attracts hundreds of SAAB fans and had Switzerland, the UK, Finland and Poland among the most recent host countries. This year's edition "IntSaab 2015" wants to be taking place between 31 July and 6 August in Norway. It promises -apart from many beautiful SAAB's countless stunning views from the fjords in the mountains area. Saabblog.net: Marcus and Manuela Bergfeldt, two SAAB fans from Sweden. Here's their first report (also in German!) ...
Introduction / Presentation
We would like to introduce you to Günter 133 in the IntSaab2015 team in Norway. Marcus Bergfeldt, Pilot, Manuela Bergfeldt CoPilot. Günter Kastenfrosch Navigator. Our car is a Saab 9-5 Vector tid4 2010. We have a special Pre-Tour tour planned. We want to start in Tranås "Småland", Sweden and travel via Germany (Giessen, Frankfurt), Belgium, France (Paris), Denmark and to Bergen, Norway. SaabBlog, we will try to share our experience with you. You can follow our progress and Günters updates via: www.facebook.com/IntSaab2015Team133
We present the team Günter 133 in the IntSaab2015 in Norway: Marcus Bergfeldt: Pilot, Manuela Bergfeldt: CoPilot and Günter Kastenfrosch: Navigator. Our car is a Saab 9-5 Vector tid4 2010. Before we go to the IntSaab2015 we have planned a special pre-tour. We start in Tranås "Småland" Sweden. Our pre-tour takes us through Germany "Giessen, Frankfurt", Belgium, France "Paris" and Denmark to Bergen, Norway. We cordially invite you to join us on our journey here in SaabBlog. We will constantly try to share our experiences with you. In addition, you can follow the course of our trip and Günter updates under the following link: www.facebook.com/IntSaab2015Team133
We only had a three hours drive to reach Gothenburg and the ferry Stena Scandinavia to Kiel. There isn't any other alternative for us this is by far the best way to travel to Germany. Tomorrow we will travel to a village outside Giessen in Hessen. We will give you an update tomorrow night. And the plans is a follows. We will have quite a few relaxing days in Germany. Next excursion is on Wednesday when we go to Warsteiner Braueri after that we will leave for Paris via Belgium on Friday to Sunday. And stay one night in Saarbrücken on our way home via Frankfurt. And on Friday the 31th of July we will leave for Flensburg and the day after for Hirtshals to board the ferry to Bergen. And go on a fantastic tour in Norway and then return via Sälen back to Tranås.
We only had three hours by car before we reached Gothenburg and were able to check in to Kiel on the ferry Stena Scandinavia. There is no other alternative for us. The ferry Gothenburg-Kiel is by far the best way to travel to Germany. Tomorrow we will drive to a village outside of Giessen in Hesse. You will receive more information about this tomorrow evening. The further plans are as follows: We will first have two relaxing days in Germany. The next trip is scheduled for Wednesday. On this day we will visit the Warsteiner brewery. On Friday we drive over Beligen to Paris and stay there until Sunday. On the way back via Frankfurt to Giessen we stay one night in Saarbrücken. On Friday the 31. In July we head north. On the way to Hirtshals we have planned an overnight stay in Flensburg. From Hirtshals we leave Denmark to take the ferry to Bergen. Bergen will start a fantastic tour of Norway. At the end of our journey we return via Sälen back to Tranås.