Great Value with Advantage Car Rentals

I worked in a travel agency before and I can say that passengers and tourist are really satisfied in getting a car rental. It is convenient and easy for navigation purposes. Now that I am here in the USA, I discovered that there is popular car rental company operator. And their headquarters is here in Texas. Cool, isn’t it?

Advantage Car Rentals has many locations worldwide. They have a wide range of services in the United States and countries internationally. Their hottest cars fits your traveling needs. You can afford their great rate deals in the coolest cities you will be traveling to. From Las Vegas to Chicago you will always find a car to rent for less than you would expect. They offer up to a 50% discount on Luxury and Convertible car rentals. If you’re looking for travel convenience and great value, Advantage Car Rentals is the answer. Great Cars. Great Rates. Great People. It is the advantage.
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New Air Travel Charges

I read a surprising news in the internet this evening. An airline will impose new charges on air travel. It says that there will be no free drinks the next time you fly.
“Better get used to carrying lots of singles. US Airways is now terminating free drink service. No, not free mini bottles of Jim Beam and cheap Chardonnay, we’re talking about all drinks, including soda, fruit juice, coffee, and bottled water, which will soon cost $2 each. Presumably tap water, which may or may not be contaminated with fecal coliform bacteria, will still be free.
The move is the latest way airlines are attempting to fight rapidly rising fuel prices in a disastrous economic climate. In recent months, the extra fees have come fast and furious. First came extra charges for your second piece of luggage, then came a charge for your first bag. That’s not to mention extra fees for choosing your own seat, curbside check-in, booking using frequent flier miles, and the cost of the Santa Fe chicken sandwich.” Read more…
This is is getting ridiculous, I think.