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post #1 of 10 Old 09-04-2012, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Future FLED destination?

Could this be our FLED destination in the future?
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post #2 of 10 Old 09-04-2012, 06:48 PM
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Is that in Scananavia Gus?

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Peter, it is the Storseisundet Bridge in Norway. Amazing to drive through the area during stormy season, apparently, as I never go through it myself...

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Norway enforce very strict speed limits I'm told. Not the best to enjoy stretching a Ferraris legs on, although it must be amazing to drive over that bridge, it looks like it belongs on a rollercoaster!

Oh and I think we've had enough storms this year to last us a lifetime, let's go where the sun is guaranteed.....please!

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Hi Gus,
great bridge. I wonder what speed you need to do the get airborne?

If this is a FLED destination, Raquel will definately not be driving that day having struggled to do the Forth bridge.

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Norway enforce very strict speed limits I'm told. Not the best to enjoy stretching a Ferraris legs on, although it must be amazing to drive over that bridge, it looks like it belongs on a rollercoaster!

Oh and I think we've had enough storms this year to last us a lifetime, let's go where the sun is guaranteed.....please!
Not too worry about the enjoyment of driving on a strict speed limit, Peter, I still remember not so long ago many Ferraris enjoyed driving on 50-60mph Scottish road, especially that bit to Mallaig
Not so sure if I want to take my car all the way up north, though!

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Hi Gus,
great bridge. I wonder what speed you need to do the get airborne?

If this is a FLED destination, Raquel will definately not be driving that day having struggled to do the Forth bridge.
Jem, the road is even more frightening from different angle...looks like it disappears into nowhere...luckily it is partly optical illusion...
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The last photo really changes the perspective, you completely lose the curve aspect and now it's just a high arching bridge.
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Hi Gus,
great bridge. I wonder what speed you need to do the get airborne?

If this is a FLED destination, Raquel will definately not be driving that day having struggled to do the Forth bridge.

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Make that 2 of us. Not a fan of high arching bridges at all.
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do we know the date yet?

And which are the option places?

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And which are the option places?
Usual locations are France, Switzerland, and the UK.
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