Where I live, temperature often lies around 35-38 degrees Celsius (95 F – 100,4 F) in the summer and I must admit that I am not too fond of the heat. I am therefore quite happy when the time for our long drive to Norway arrives.
One summer, we left home in the usual blazing heat, and started our drive northwards. Every 200 kms or so (about 124 miles), the temperature dropped a couple of degrees, much to my relief. When we reached Kiel in the North of Germany, it got much more breathable. From Kiel we boarded the ferry to Göteborg in Sweden.
If you have ever wondered if anyone actually read the signs displayed in different parts of the ferry, well I do. Contrarily to what you might first think, they can be highly amusing. Here is an example :