Send it in. We found one a few years ago and it was free to send it back. I sent them a note a few weeks later and they give sent me the flight profile including max altitude, distance covered and time of flight. It was pretty cool.
Any of the major brands will be a reasonable experience. Just avoid the smaller more dodgy brands who have the super cheap headline prices, but make it up in ‘Damage’ fees.
Rented from sixt both times I've been in Europe; 2013 got a B-Class in Germany and 2018 got an A3 in the U.K.
Have had good luck with Avis, book through their local sites and usually good rates and you pretty consistently get the car you book.
Only had one rental and that was from Enterprise while the car was in the bodyshop.
Only ever used Hertz. Was perfectly happy with them but I didn’t pay so no idea if it’s cheap or expensive.
I rented from sixt when I went to ireland. It was a pretty decent experience.
I’ve been pleased with Sixt. Rented an A1 with 200 miles from them for Europpomeet, and a Miata for the other Europpomeet.
Mediaeval roof design, to be specific. Not something we’d normally concern ourselves with until a fine example went up in flames in Paris this week.
Looks like more damage to the vaults than previously thought. Looks like at least one in the nave, the large one in the crossing under the spire, and another on the north side of the transept.
How goes it Oppo? I'm in the process of devouring this bucket.
yep - it will be back. And it’s pipe organ will continue to kick a$$.
As long as no one listens to Trump’s idea.
The French just announced the structure survived. Seems like the stone vaulted ceilings held.
I am literally sickened by this. My wife and I traveled to Paris in the late 90s. While so many tour groups streamed through Notre Dame de Paris with hardly a glance, I stood there, feeling so very, very small, as the weight of centuries of history pressed down on me. I can’t even watch or read the news. This is a…
Guy driving horse drawn carriage as David drives by: “Ugh. Poor bastard.”
You know it is bad whan a horse-drawn carrage has better weather protection — and predicted reliability — than the vehicle you’re driving.