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A french swede
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Hi, we got that little Berlingo Family from 1998, 3 doors, electric sunroof and windows, the 1.4 gasoline motor. Previous owner had a large dog that has eaten anything sticking out in the interior, hence the car´s nicknamne Nomnom. I´ve started to have motor problems and i´ll try to get wise on your nice berlingoforum.co.uk!
If you are nordic and into Solex mopeds please visit our http://www.solexine.se, any questions please ask me.
Cheers!
Bruno
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#2
Hej Bruno and welcome. Stockholm is a fantastic city. One of our favorites. I'm half Swede myself (other part is Welsh). Look forward to your posts/pics.

Tom
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#3
Hej! Thanks for that warm welcome, i am myself 100% french born but i´ve been in stockholm for 26 years now, makes me more Swede than frog i guess *S*
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#4
Hi Bruno and welcome to the forum. I am flying to Sweden tomorrow for a week's sailing and fishing Big Grin
2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.


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#5
Ha! Chris, bring a 1.4 petrol engine in your luggage for me *S*?
Hope you´ll have a swell time, where do you go?
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#6
Have you seen how much Ryanair charge for luggage?? I am going first near Hallefors and then to Sankt Anna. I will post some photos when I get back!
2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.


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#7
Hej, Bruno!
Welcome to forum
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#8
(23-08-2011, 11:40 AM)Chris Wrote:  Have you seen how much Ryanair charge for luggage?? I am going first near Hallefors and then to Sankt Anna. I will post some photos when I get back!

Ryanair is a fraud for sure!
Hey, Hallefors is quite close to our summer cottage, nice place for holidays but sure remote and enemployed dead city rest of the time....
Sankt Anna archipelago is a real nice place, have fun!

Thanks PK!
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#9
Hi Bruno,

So here are the Swedish photos. Had a wonderful time and will definitely be going back!


Hallefors is the nearest town but the actual place was south east of there, on a lake called Lilla Hallsjon which was in the middle of nowhere

My friend's summer house

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Which is next to the side of the lake

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My best pike of the day!

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Ate Surstromming! :eek:

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Then down to Sankt Anna for a few days

Sight seeing
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Fishing from our floating garden terrace, complete with outboard motor, patio furniture and beer cooler!

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sauna followed jumping in the sea!

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2005 Berlingo Multispace 1.6i Desire (Iron Grey)

If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.


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Ha! very nice, this is just what swedish summer is about! But surstromming is for sure disgusting, just tell us what the smell reminded you of *S*
We own a house in the same style, half as big because it is a house for one family and your friend´s is for two. Seems you had a good time and nice weather too. If you pass by again in the summer please notice us before!
Bruno
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