In the meantime it was time to leave and transfer the Saab 9-3 to Germany. I had divided the return journey into stages, with overnight stays in Lyon and Luxembourg. The distances were not too great. However, the holiday traffic should not be underestimated. The French and the Dutch were drawn in the same direction as us. Traffic jams, stop & go, the trip to Lyon took an hour and a half longer than planned. But: we arrived relaxed! The climate control worked perfectly, the seats, which are more like armchairs, were also perfect for this long haul.
I was reprimanded afterwards for driving non-stop. No, you shouldn't do that.
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