You have my attention.
Well, you can easily get up there with a VW Golf, so nothing that special . Or should I rather say, so far I only discovered those parts, where I thought that I can get through with my Golf . I usualy park my car a bit more down and walk a bit up there.
But a colleague used to be a member in the "Altenahr Off-Road club" (not 100&% sure, if it was exactly called like this). I can ask him, if there are a few hotspots around that could challenge your Landy .
A couple of nice suggestions right there. My favourite non-car-related things on there are the toboggan and the Wildpark.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1S7w2xP7H1k9y_a7b0S1VCnh0WeiEq4lVD2XMo9O68B4/edit?usp=sharing (work in progress)
Because who needs work on Friday, right?
I hate being on a plane. I hate getting on and off planes to switch planes. I hate planes. Planes. Fail. No.I get the Stuttgart bit, because Porsche museum, but why would you want to fly into London then travel all the way to southern 'Schland by train?
FINLAND!!!...also, did you know one-way tickets from Austin to Helsinki are fairly cheap? You even get to visit Iceland along the way
That is exactly what I intend to plan this year. One or two touristy things to do while others stand around doing nothing. Right now the Regierungsbunker is a top contender, and I have a couple other options as well.
We're doign Finland (and Norway) in it's own rightFINLAND!!!
I need to do Finland in its own right.
I hate being on a plane. I hate getting on and off planes to switch planes. I hate planes. Planes. Fail. No.