Brisbane's current flood disaster is a reminder of mother natures might and power. The current scene is typical of a post war zone. Buildings destroyed, people left homeless and destitute, cars damaged, looting, and evacuation centres swarming with people.
I went to Sydney for New Years Eve a few years ago and I must say it was one of the most memorable. Not only due to it being the start of the new millennium, but I managed to witness one of the most spectacular fireworks displays I've ever seen.
With all the cancelled flights in Europe at the moment and Christmas only a couple of days away, I thought I'd write about the alternatives to survive the queues, disruptions and cancellations at airports and make it home on time this Christmas.
So your flights been cancelled, and you need to get home no matter what. What are your options?
Why would you want to rent a car on your holiday? Well there would be multiple reasons why you would do so, but only you will know if a such an experience would be advantageous for you. You need to ask yourself what you will need the hire car for and how long you may need the rental car. Ask yourself some questions:
People often misspell Hertz! It is a common senario, you're tired your fingers slipped on the keyboard or you're simply forgot how to spell it. But alas, it is not a problem as Google usually fixes the problem for you and gives you the correct spelling for "Hertz".
Europcar is one of the big 5 car rental companies in the world. However that hasn't stopped people typing the name incorrectly into search engines. Have you ever typed in Eurocar by mistake? Chances are if you are an avid car rental buyer then you may have misspelt it.
It is not something to be ashamed of, it could be a slip of the finger or your mobile phone or tablet keyboard may have been too small to use and you forgot the "p".