It feels great to be back in Germany. We came back on Monday evening because we stayed for one night at a Hotel near Saarbrücken and what can I say, I love Germany. We have a few days of moving from my wife's old apartment outside Giessen. Then we will head off to Flensburg on Friday. Saturday will be a day on the roads in Denmark to reach the ferry in Hirtshals and arrive in Bergen on Sunday. Sunday was the original starting date for IntSaab2015 but they changed it to Friday and we cannot change the ferry tickets, too expensive so we will miss some activities in Bergen but it's ok…
It feels very good to be back in Germany. We did not return until Monday afternoon, because we stayed one more night on the way in a hotel near Saarbrücken. And I can say: I love Germany. We have a few days of work moving my wife's belongings and furniture from her old apartment near Giessen. On Friday we will head to Flensburg. Saturday we will spend on the streets of Denmark to reach the ferry in Hirtshals. The ferry will take us to Bergen where we arrive on Sunday. Sunday was the original start day for the IntSaab2015. The start day was later brought forward to Friday. However, we did not have the opportunity to rebook the ferry tickets. This would have been too expensive. That's why we'll miss a few activities in Bergen. That's ok for us ...
Outside Frankfurt. So we passed the Opel Factory in Rüsselsheim where they first made the 9-5 NG pre-production test cars in a greenish color. We have one off them in a scrapyard not long from our home.
On the way to Frankfurt. We also drove past the Opel factory in Rüsselsheim. There were the first 9-5 NG test cars built in a greenish color. One of these test cars is located on a junkyard not far from our home in Sweden.
This is as close as possible to Orio Germany outside Frankfurt.
We tried to get as close as possible to the headquarters of Orio Germany outside of Frankfurt.
This is a picture from yesterday when we were moving. So the Thule roof box is back on the car. The original box for this car. And it's fully loaded!
This is a photo from yesterday when we were busy with the move. The Thule roof box is back on the car. The original box for this car. She is packed!
This is the 7th post from Marcus and Manuela Bergfeldt about their experiences in participating in the IntSaab2015 event. SAAB 9-5NG from their home town of Tranås in Sweden to the Hesse region in Germany, and ultimately via France, Belgium and Denmark to IntSaab2015 host country Norway. Their previous posts can be found here and the next one will follow soon too!