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Car rental Agencies in Orlando: Peculiarities & Special Offers
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A trip to Florida by car is a dream journey! Thanks to the developed network of highways, the state is ideally suited for traveling by car. Anyway, if you decided to travel on a rented car, there are some important moments of car rental you should know for sure.


Car rental Companies

There are several car rental agencies in Orlando Airport. And unlike European countries, it is often more advantageous to take the car out of the office in the city, namely at the airport. In any case, it is better to book a car in advance via the Internet. The choice of rental companies in Orlando is quite large: international (Dollar, Thrifty, Hertz, Alamo, Enterprise, Budget, Avis, National, Sixt and NU Car rental), as well as many regional ones. Among the local distributors in Orlando, there are Green Motion, Routes, Payless and Fox rent-a-car.


International or local company?

In both cases, there are advantages and disadvantages. Local companies tend to have slightly lower prices, but on such cars, you can travel only inside the region and return it to where you took it. The international company prices are slightly higher, but you can easily take the car in one place and return in another. Well, and if something happened to the car, then you will be given a help much faster, as there is found a more developed network of hire.



The cost of car rental in Florida varies in different companies. For example, in Florida, take Kia Ria with automatic transmission and air conditioning for rent for a week will cost you from $25 per day. Please note that it is included in the chosen rate: taxes, insurance, franchise size, mileage, and navigator. Often the cost of 5 days of rent is equal to the cost of 7 days. In addition, companies periodically hold promotions and offer discounts on rentals. So look for promotional codes.


What documents are needed?

Documents for renting a car in the US are as follows:

  • passport (foreign);
  • driver's license;
  • bankcard;
  • insurance.


Basic insurance, as a rule, includes a franchise, the amount of which can vary from 200 to 2000 dollars. Nevertheless, at any point of rental you will be offered to take full coverage of the franchise. In the event that you have booked a car without full coverage – we advise you to arrange it. This will save you from unnecessary worries in unforeseen situations.


Who can take a car?

Requirements for age and driving experience of the client in the US are standard. In some companies of car rental in Orlando, the hire is possible from the age of 18, others – only from 21 years, in the third – for drivers under 25 years there is a special young driver fee.


Offers for young drivers

Hertz offers for young drivers aged 21-24 an additional car fee of $15 for a car of economy class. For other cars (crossovers, intermediate, standard, except exclusive) – $25. Drivers from 18-21 years old must pay $41 extra per day of rent.


In Alamo, Dollar and National car rental companies there are so-called "golden packages for young drivers" – but on the websites of the rental offices about this there is not a word – they are available only through the dispatchers.


Advice! Before taking a car at any car rental, it is necessary to inspect the chosen car carefully, ask for additional equipment or other important questions, read every line in the lease contract. It is better to download GPS navigator into your phone or simple Google Maps and think of the rout beforehand!

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review 2017-01-24 19:20
I Wish I Could Remember You
I Wish I Could Remember You - L.J. Epps

Title: I Wish I Could Remember You
Author: L. J. Epps
Publisher: L.J.E.
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Four

"I Wish I Could Remember You" by L. J. Epps

My Thoughts....

I found "I Wish I Could Remember You" a interesting amnesia read. The author gives the reader quite a read that deals mainly with three main characters....Emily, Stephen and Robert all being somewhat 'vivid and complexed.' For Emily will she be able to have the kind of marriage with happiness after her devastation with Stephen now that Robert is in the picture? Only after a terrible accident that involves Emily's memory we see this story will take the reader on quite a ride in getting her to a HEA. Who will truly be their for Emily in the end ...Stephen or Robert? Well, this is where I say you will have to pick up this good read to see for yourself how well this author brings it out to the readers. This will be a long read but after all is said and done a good one that in the end will give you a satisfied detailed read.

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review 2016-07-24 18:18
[Hörbuch-Rezension] Izabelle Jardin - Remember
Remember: Roman - Izabelle Jardin
Leah weiß genau was sie will und von ihrem Traummann hat sie eine sehr genaue Vorstellung.
Er muss etwas ganz Besonderes sein.
Da tritt Connor Breckwohld Junior Chef einer großen Hamburger Reederei durch ihre Ladentür.
Ein Blick in seine Augen und um ihr Herz ist es geschehen, er ist der Mann auf den sie die ganze Zeit gewartet hat.
Sie verabreden sich, doch sie stellt fest, dass er vergeben ist und die große Hochzeit steht schon kurz bevor. Lea flieht und versucht ihn zu vergessen,was ihr aber nicht möglich ist.
Allen Widerständen zum Trotz geht sie ihren Weg und lässt sich auch von einem gut gehüteten Familiengeheimnis, das ihre Verbindung scheinbar unmöglich werden lässt nicht abhalten.
erhältlich als Buch / E-Book / Hörbuch-Download
Spieldauer: 11 Stunden und 47 Minuten
Buchformate: Taschenbch / mobi
Format: Hörbuch-Download
Version: Ungekürzte Ausgabe
Verlag: Amazon EU S.à r.l.
Audible.de Erscheinungsdatum: 24. Dezember 2015
Sprache: Deutsch
Eigene Meinung:
Izabelle Jardin hat eins ihrer Bücher als Hörbuch zur Verfügung gestellt und obwohl Hörbücher eher selten hier besprochen werden, habe ich das Hörbuch für die Rezension angenommen und mir die Zeit des Hörens genommen.
Leah ist eine moderne Frau, sie ist erfolgreich in ihrem Geschäft und eine sensible Frau, die gerne träumt und auch die Wunschvorstellung von ihrem Traummann hat. Den möchte sie gerne treffen und dann tritt Conner in ihr Leben, der Leah einfach nur wahnsinnig fasziniert, doch dann erfährt Leah, dass Conner schon verlobt ist und kurz vor der Hochzeit steht und da flieht sie - aber leider kann sie nicht vor ihren Gefühlen fliehen...
Izabelle Jardin schafft mir Remember eine wunderschöne Liebesgeschichte, die voller Gefühle und wunderschönen Momenten ist. 
Leah ist einfach ein toller Charakter, man mag sie einfach, weil sie weiss, was sie macht, bedacht ist und immer wieder beweist, wie stark und selbstbewusst sie ist. 
Conner ist ein reicher Erbe, der sich auch seiner Stellung bewusst ist, aber eben nicht der verwöhnte reiche Schnösel ist, aber eben seine Wirkung auf Frauen kennt und die auch gerne für sich nutzt.
Beide sind vom ersten Moment an voneinander fasziniert, die Geschichte entspinnt sich wirklich schön bis eben Leah erfährt, wie es gerade um den Beziehungsstatus von Conner bestellt ist...
Die Stimme der Vorleserin Svantje Wascher macht leider die Stimmung in der Geschichte recht kaputt, weil sie sehr emotionslos liest und manchmal nicht wirklich das Lesetempo findet. Etwas traurig ist das bei der schönen Geschichte schon, weil es ihr so sehr den Zauber nimmt.
Trotzdem ist die Geschichte wirklich schön und romantisch, aber bei der Geschichte sollte man dann eher auf das Buch oder das E-Book zurückgreifen, weil die Geschichte dann sicher besser zu Geltung kommt. 
Ein schöner romanischer Roman von Izabelle Jardin, die wirklich zum Träumen einlädt. Leah ist eine starke Frau, die eine Meinung hat und diese auch vertritt, man gewöhnt sich wahnsinnig schnell an sie und schliesst sie ins Herz. Nur schmälert die Art der Vorleserin etwas die Geschichte, weil sie ziemlich emotionslos und schnell liest, was der Geschichte den Zauber nimmt und das ist wirklich schade. Bei der Geschichte sollte man wahrscheinlich besser auf das Buch oder das E-Book zurückgreifen.
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review 2016-02-16 20:47
Remember My Beauties
Remember My Beauties - Lynne Hugo


Title: Remember My Beauties
Author: Lynne Hugo
Publisher: Switchgrass Books
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Rating: Five

"Remember My Beauties" by Lynne Hugo

My Thoughts....

I wasn't sure when I first started reading..."Remember My Beauties" if I would like this novel but I will say now that I have read it I did find that this author did a wonderful job with delivering a well written script of a 'broken/disconnected' family to the readers that one will find it very hard to put down until the end. This Kentucky setting, farm family life, ailing parents, a couple with children one with a drug addiction and let's not leave out a certain horrible brother and you have quite a read especially when it seems like all falls on Jewels shoulders. Things really get heated up when a brother comes back home supposingly to take care of his ailing parents. Now what all is up between this sister and brother that will soon come to a head. There is so much drama in the read that will keep you on the edge of your seat taking it all in. Yes it will all come out in the end. I really enjoyed how this author brought out this family struggles all out to the reader. The characters...Hack, Louetta, Jewel, Eddie, Cal, Carley, Chassie, plus a few others were all well developed, defined, portrayed and believable giving it all and I don't want to leave out the animals....the dog and horses [this title was beautifully woven into this story] that are so well presented in this read. Now, how does this all tie together? You will have to pick up this good read to see for yourself how well written this story is and even in the worst of circumstances there can be a healing process that can take place and there be even forgiveness. I will say that even though this was a serious read there will be parts where there will be some humor. Would I recommend this novel? YES!

I have been given an ARC copy by NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.
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review 2015-01-16 02:42
{Review} Remember Me by Lara Van Hulzen
Remember Me (Men of Honor Series Book 1) - Lara Van Hulzen

Tess thought she had everything with Ben, but then a week before their wedding, she was left with nothing but a note and an irreparably broken heart. Except the man she never expected to see again is suddenly back, a victim of a car accident with no memory of who he is or how he got there. If he never remembers, she'll never get answers. But if he does, she just might lose him all over again.


The Verdict: It only took me a few pages to realize I wasn't putting this book down until I'd read every word of it.


Tess is so easy to identify with. After a devastating break-up that she still can't wrap her head around, she's just starting to get her life back on track. She's moved, found a new job, made new friends, and even though she's still heartbroken, confused, and angry, she's getting by and getting better. But then the man who broke her heart shows up, with no memory of her at all, and her slowly healing world is turned upside down.


The situation when she sees him again is nearly as awful as his leaving. She doesn't know why he's there, and she wants answers he can't remember. Even after being inside her mind, I can't wrap my head around how difficult that would be. It's the most natural thing in the world to want to know why a relationship ended, despite the fact that knowing rarely equals understanding. But to have the guy who broke your heart not even remember you? It's no wonder she froze up.


While I could certainly understand her not saying anything to Ben immediately, not telling him his name and certainly not their shared history, I was very surprised she kept it a secret from the very people who needed to know. I would have expected her to tell the cop or the social worker or at the very least Ben's doctor. Her neighbor Mike, a pediatrician whom I doubt had much expertise in amnesia, suggested that it might be better if Ben remembered on his own, but shouldn't she have told someone assigned to his case?


I had started to figure out that Ben had been working undercover before it was spelled out for me, and when his reason for leaving her practically at the alter was revealed, at first I thought it was rather implausible. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that it kind of made sense. People in grief aren't exactly rational, and while I'm still pretty mad about the way Ben left Tess, it's actually kind of perfect. It shows he's flawed, capable of making the same bad decisions as a man with no faith might, and that's a big part of what makes this story story stand out.


The one thing I wasn't too keen on was the final showdown with the “bad guy.” While it was tense and thrilling and didn't shy away from gritty drama, I feel like someone needs to remind fictional villains that taking a moment to gloat in the success of their malicious scheming is the equivalent of rolling out the red carpet for the cavalry. I much prefer when the motivation is revealed after the danger has passed or because the main character puts two and two together on their own, not because the villain decides that they have all the time in the world to revel in their evil win.


Faith-based romances are frequently more miss than hit for me. I like to read about characters who are real, who make the same dumb mistakes we all do, don't always go to church, aren't terrified of having a beer after work, and occasionally fly off the handle when they're angry. I can't relate to someone who only strays from a righteous path long enough to teach readers a lesson. Fortunately, Remember Me delivered exactly what I wanted.


Ben and Tess are genuinely good people, as are the secondary characters we meet along the way. But they are absolutely human, facing real problems and not always dealing with them the right way. Yes, they prayed, but they didn't preach, and that's what kept the story grounded for me. There's romance and passion (while keeping it clean), mystery and danger, angst and miscommunication… basically everything that keeps me reading mainstream romances but with an added positive undercurrent of faith. If more faith-based romances were like Remember Me, my Kindle would be overflowing with them.



***FicCentral received this book from *the author* for free in exchange for an honest review.
Source: ficcentral.com/central-picks/book-review/review-remember-me-by-lara-van-hulzen
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