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Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by The Mom, Oct 19, 2014.
hey! ratchet and clank finally appeared in netflix!
Going to have to check on her, she has been pretty much holed in her room. And only mother has gone in.
Lets say that she isn't exactly in a state for "visits". Because she cant move much right now.. thus doesn't want to be seen by anyone but my mother.
She's fine. She still cant walk but at least she isnt in pain.
The sun has been shining, it's 53* and NO SNOW! I feel like I should be spring cleaning.
It might be a tad early, but, what the heck... go for it!
I'm curious. Do rental car companies still hit you with a rental surcharge if you're 25 or under? I recall some nonsense like that years ago.
That's really pretty (even without snow).
@betty rose , I was thinking about you on my bus ride home from work tonight. Do you still have a neighbor that has a big Rottweiler, that you used to like to play with sometimes? Can't recall if you've seen the dog lately, or if those particular neighbors happened to move out. Since you've been disappointed with a bunch of the locals, I just happened to remember that there was one neighbor that had a Rottie, that you enjoyed having over once in a while.
Yes. Although it was only $10 per day. Not horrible. I've heard of it being more like $25 per day. They also restrict what kind of cars you can rent, although we really liked ours. Driving it made me realize how bad the breaks on my car have gotten.
At Animal Kingdom Lodge. I am pleased to report that the mugs once again have handles.
Take your choice...or one of each...!
You need to teach the eating machines to sew.
Make them cardboard signs that say "Will sew for food" as motivation...
FYI, I don't know if anyone else has ever used Enterprise rental cars, but may I just say that we had a great experience with them. I chose them primarily for three reasons: 1. They had airport drop off in San Diego, 2. They were very inexpensive, and 3. They have an extensive internship program, so I felt the odds of them trying to rip us off because we're young was lower since they work a lot with young people.
Everyone who we spoke to from Enterprise was lovely. From the guy who gave us the ride to their location in Anaheim to the person who we gave the vehicle to in San Diego, everyone was polite, courteous, and friendly. The guy who picked us up noted that we must not have been from SoCal because he was bundled up and we were in light jackets. Very pleasant. They gave us a 2016 Hyundai Sonata, which I must say was a nice vehicle. We weren't expecting that from a Hyundai. The car was clean and in excellent condition. They walked around the car with us and noted any dings, though I only noticed one major scratch. There were no high pressure sales tactic. Basically, the guy had to explain one option (a $40 damage waiver) because it was on the contract that he had to explain it, but didn't pressure me when I said no. I was expecting them to try to sell me a bunch of features I did not need or want, and they didn't.
Then, less than an hour after returning the car, they called me and told me the car was returned in excellent condition and they read me the final total over the phone. When my parents have rented cars from other companies, the other companies have never done that.
Really, I was expecting a hassel, and the process could not have been smoother. It could just be the Southern California area offices, but I just wanted to share that our experience was excellent. I would definitely recommend them.
It was sunny and 78 here today...
I still have no idea who in their right mind would remove the handles
I like those, might buy
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