The ZebraSafari in Europe

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Driving in the snow. No heater in the car.
More snow in the mountains north of Sofia.
18 Grigore Alexandrescu Street, our first address in Bucharest. Campsite in the forest on the outskirts of Bucharest.
The "Arc de Triomphe" in Bucharest.
The ZebraBus blends into the background in the mountains near Brasov. From the deserts of Africa to winter in Eastern Europe.
Zebi in a Transylvanian winter wonderland. Snow in the Carpathian mountains, Transylvania.
A very cold breakfast stop.
One of the many bridges over the Danube, in Budapest. Budapest sunset.
Historic former tram terminus, now the Zugligeti Niche campsite in Budapest. Little Zebi, dwarfed by motorhomes, at Zugligeti Niche campsite in Budapest.
The well-travelled ZebraBus. With the Vienna Bulli Club in Austria.
Edgar, Anni, Wickie and Moby Dick (1967 camper). Harald, aka Dirty Harry, and his 1959 ex-army bus.
Edgar, Anni and Gunther in Vienna. This is the last thing Ferrari drivers see as Dirty Harry blasts past in his 59 Kombi.
The ZebraBus gives up her struggle on the way to the TüV test. The rookie cop who pulled us over in Stuttgart.
Officer Jackboot removes Zebi's plates. Officer Jackboot ensures we can't drive Zebi in Europe.
Michael Steinke comes to our rescue in Stuttgart. Zebi being carried into a graceful retirement.
Zebi's retirement is sealed with a handshake: Christian & Thomas Gahl, Zebi's new owner.
Matthias Meyer's 1967 Arcomobil. 1967 Arcomobil.
Gisela larger than life. At the real Arc de Triomphe, without our ZebraBus.
Elise. Benjamin.
View of Sacre Coeur de Montmartre from Benjamin & Elise's apartment in Paris.
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