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  1. #8761
    Burch Khalifa has a breathtaking view. Still I wouldn't consider posting a YouTube video here suggesting it would be great if they had a FKK club on the 125th floor.

  2. #8760

    Beathtaking view

    Now, this is a breathtaking view. Grindelwald, Switzerland. If there was an FKK here, would be a bad ass garden. Would be great fucking outdoors.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VWcJbayKKhc

  3. #8759
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeLight  [View Original Post]
    I never visited DE in Jan or Feb. How is driving? Back home in US we salt the roads to death, but what about Germany? Is it worth renting a car in winter months?
    All as XXL says most winter are no problem as Germany sales and plus really well, but some winters can be quite severe (by my standards) and two foot of snow can fall and much less than couple of hours which no amount of salt and can combat. When it does come down, get off the autobahn if you can into a town. The road will usually be open as soon as the snow stops falling heavily.

    The hire car comes with winter tyres

  4. #8758
    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeLight  [View Original Post]
    I never visited DE in Jan or Feb. How is driving? Back home in US we salt the roads to death, but what about Germany? Is it worth renting a car in winter months?
    Over the past few years November and December had little snow. Snow tended to be a problem only later in the year, with February being the worst. Of course you should avoid the time between Christmas and January 10th or so because LUs will be depleted to non existent. Motorways get salted of course, secondary roads less so but they're kept fairly free of snow. In fact black ice is more likely to be a hasard than snow.

    I've found winter months to be less plagued by traffic jams, maybe because of less holidayers on the roads. I'd even rate November best month of the year for FKKs. You will miss the beach atmosphere at the bigger FKKs but you will not have overheated rooms.

  5. #8757

    How about winter?

    I never visited DE in Jan or Feb. How is driving? Back home in US we salt the roads to death, but what about Germany? Is it worth renting a car in winter months?

  6. #8756

    Nice sceneries

    I would say my fav drive in De was driving down south to the city of Stuttgart, and there are some really refreshing paths with the woods in the summer with the shades. I really dislike driving in the East of Duss (Dortmund, Essen, Bochum) etc. More congested, slower traffic etc. Major Autobahn was quite boring, but some small towns were quite interesting to drive through. I recall a small town I stayed between Dierdorf and Fra when the hotel prices skyrocketed. Nice little town had quite a view.

    Another great drive was driving down to Zurich. The outskirts were quite a scene, and as driving down through there had a great view. And as you get closer to the city, the neighborhoods just beautiful and classy. I really like the way the building look in Zurich.

  7. #8755

    Ramblng

    Quote Originally Posted by SmokeLight  [View Original Post]
    One night I left Samya after 2 am and on my way back to my hotel west of Dusseldorf my Garmin GPS reported that "A1 is now closed" and "Recalculating. " without negotiating with me, the driver, for crying out loud. I ended up driving through parts of Koeln and getting on A57, which is where I was heading anyway.

    No way for me to know if A1 was really closed or not, I followed what the god dammed GPS wanted me to do that night.
    I like that route in reverse at night with the smoking industrial behemoths (Das Feuerland,) The GT / Artemis girl with red then black hair and astonishing silicon used to do it after her GT shift ,( remember her breasts but not her name lol

    I use navi with live traffic: makes life a lot easier.

  8. #8754
    Well at least your navi told you of a closure (although it was not certain) which means the navi was getting updates (depending on how up to date your navi is, if it has internet connection or not).

    Unfortunately I did not have internet (and don't know if my navi would get an update to take into the closure into consideration to get to my destination), and this is why I use app which has offline maps. I club in DE so I have a sim card that only works in DE so in NL, no internet access, traffic update, etc.

    Although I've been told by the rental agency to watch out for speed cams in NL, my Navi did not present any (for De it does). In De you get a flash of light when you got hit with the radar, but dunno about NL. I've noticed more cameras in De during my latest trip. Koln, around Duss and East of Duss, some around Fra. A new one in Velbert right after exiting to the highway.

    I can't use Waze for inter-country route as I did not have internet in NL.

    On another rant:

    Schiphol airport is weird. The airport road layout creates confusion and it's quite dangerous(created some confusion navigating). I had an instance where the road narrowed to one lane and arrow pointing to both direction (meaning traffic is free to go opposite directions threw one lane! Dangerous!!!).

  9. #8753

    Re: Rant

    One night I left Samya after 2 am and on my way back to my hotel west of Dusseldorf my Garmin GPS reported that "A1 is now closed" and "Recalculating. " without negotiating with me, the driver, for crying out loud. I ended up driving through parts of Koeln and getting on A57, which is where I was heading anyway.

    No way for me to know if A1 was really closed or not, I followed what the god dammed GPS wanted me to do that night.

  10. #8752

    Rant

    I've never experienced this before, but in the NL, they closed off one side of a major highway leading to DE late night / early morning hours. This was just ridiculous since I've tried going around through local roads, and lead me to dead-ends. The road layouts being ancient in some part of Europe, the alternative routes to get to certain destinations are pretty impossible without taking a detour way out in the opposite direction.

    This was super frustrating, and wasted tons of time. I've experienced partial roads being blocked in De, but the whole side? This is insanity!

    Especially out in the boondocks, blocked roads sucks donkey balls! I've run into this heading to Aca, the whole god damn road got blocked.

    Also, in the past, there was construction when driving to world, and had to take an alternative path on a farmer's road path in the boondocks.

  11. #8751

    The dick in a muscle.

    https://www.mannheim24.de/region/wor...88473.amp.html

    Just don't lift weight like this. Surely this man was working to impress the girls at the nearby Feigenblatt or perhaps Sharks.

  12. #8750
    Quote Originally Posted by UltraHappy  [View Original Post]
    And until then, you will continue to frenetically post your ongoing paranoia about the scene even though this subject has been talked to death. Yes, we know, thank you.

    Why don't you try not expressing opinions about price ranges in Hessen that are not based on your own personal field observations and which are based only on your imagined fears?
    LOL what? LOL.

  13. #8749
    Quote Originally Posted by MrHo  [View Original Post]
    Basically July 1st law gave tutes more reasons to upsell you and price range is getting closer to closer to Zurich Globe.

    I will see how it will turn out for me in winter time sometime when I go.
    And until then, you will continue to frenetically post your ongoing paranoia about the scene even though this subject has been talked to death. Yes, we know, thank you.

    Why don't you try not expressing opinions about price ranges in Hessen that are not based on your own personal field observations and which are based only on your imagined fears?

  14. #8748
    Mr Ho. Visit, experience, and then you will know the realities of what is going on(where, to what extent, etc). If you know people that visit various clubs, you can ask them what goes on in the clubs privately.

  15. #8747
    Quote Originally Posted by Optimist  [View Original Post]
    http://www.gegen-kondompflicht.de/

    Gives details of a constitutional complaint to be legally submitted.

    I have not signed as I thought it might not help to have foreigners sign it.

    I am not sure of the details of German judicial processes so I'm not sure of the significance of this event.
    Basically July 1st law gave tutes more reasons to upsell you and price range is getting closer to closer to Zurich Globe.

    I will see how it will turn out for me in winter time sometime when I go.

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