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26Oct/100

Florida Car Hire Insurance

Florida remains one of the most popular villa rental locations and as an essential part of your Florida villa holiday you will probably need to rent a car to get you from park to park.

One of the main frequently asked questions from Florida villa renters when hiring a car is what insurances do I need? Well, its simple. We often recommend Florida Car Hire because they offer 'Fully Inclusive Insurance' with every single car rental.

Here's a copy of whats currently included;

Fully Inclusive Rates

  • Unlimited Mileage.
  • Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) which is a combination insurance of both Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Theft Waiver. As long as you adhere to the rental policy of the supplier you will not be held responsible for the cost of replacement or repair to your hire vehicle.
  • Uninsured Motorist Protection (UMP) up to $1m Liability Cover. Offers an Uninsured/Underinsured/Hit-and-Run Motorist Protection (UMP) that provides the renter and family members traveling together in the rented vehicle with up to $1,000,000 of non-stacked coverage for bodily injury sustained while driving the rental car, and caused by another driver who has no insurance, minimal insurance, or is a hit-and-run driver.
  • Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI) up to $1m Liability Cover. All drivers included on the rental agreement will not be held liable for third party claims for bodily injury or property damage resulting from an accident.
  • Basic Roadside Assistance
  • All Taxes and Airport Fees. (except the new 2.5% California Tourism Tax which is payable locally for all Californian pick up's and the CFC charge levied at Orlando International Airport)

    So you can see that you'll be fully covered. You can get more information by clicking in the following link: Florida Car Hire Insurance

So that's the car hire sorted, now for the villa! Bargain Villas have loads of Cheap Florida Holiday Villas available to book with top quality companies like 'Interhome' as well as tons of villas offered direct with the owners.

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21Jun/100

Holiday Villas from just £9 pppn this summer with Interhome << CheepCheep>>

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Save money with «Cheep Cheep» from Interhome

Looking to get the most of your holiday cash this year? Well Interhome may just have the perfect holiday home that has everything you need – space, privacy and lots of freedom for you, your friends or family – and it won’t break the bank.

«Cheep Cheep» is: our collection of holiday houses and apartments that everyone can afford. Situated along the coasts and beaches of some of Europe’s most popular villa holiday designations;

  • Villas Spain
  • Villas in France
  • Villas in Italy
  • Villas in Croatia
  • Villas in Portugal

 «Cheep Cheep» offers great value for money this summer. Starting at an incredible  £9 per person per night!*

 

Be quick though, with prices this good, they won’t last long.

Search Bargain Villas now and find the latest rates with Interhome for your next villa rental holiday.

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9Jun/100

Get the low down on South Africa, here are a few facts

South Africa is a large, diverse and incredibly beautiful country. The size of France and Spain combined, and roughly twice the size of Texas, it varies from the picturesque Garden Route towns of the Western Cape to the raw subtropical coast of northern KwaZulu-Natal, with the vast Karoo semi-desert across its heart and one of Africa's premier safari destinations, Kruger National Park, in the northeast. It's also one of the great cultural meeting points of the African continent, a fact obscured by years of enforced racial segregation, but now manifest in the big cities.

Many visitors are pleasantly surprised by South Africa's excellent infrastructure, which draws favourable comparison with countries such as Australia or the United States. Good air links and bus networks, excellent roads and a growing number Villa rentals and guesthouses make South Africa a perfect touring country.

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Here are a few facts:

• Covering 1,219,090 square kilometres, South Africa has a population of 44 million and eleven official languages: Zulu, Xhosa, Afrikaans, Pedi, English, Ndebele, Sotho, Setswana, siSwati, Venda and Tsonga. The country's religions comprise Christianity (68 percent), Islam (2 percent), Hinduism (1.5 percent) and indigenous beliefs (28.5 percent).

• South Africa is a multipartydemocracy, the head of state being President Thabo Mbeki. Parliament sits in Cape Town, the legislative capital, while Pretoria is the executive capital, from where the President and his cabinet run the country. The judicial capital is Bloemfontein, where the Supreme Court of Appeal sits, though the Constitutional Court is in Johannesburg. Each of the nine provinces has its own government.

• South Africa has the most advanced economy in Africa, with well-developed mining, manufacturing, agricultural and financial sectors. The country also has one of the greatest disparities of wealth in the world.

• Lesotho covers 30,355 square kilometres and has a population of 2 million. It is a constitutional monarchy, with King Letsie III as its head. The official languages are Sesotho and English.

• The kingdom of Swaziland, ruled by King Mswati III, has an area of 17,363 square kilometres and a population of 1 million. The official languages are siSwati and English.

Now that you know the facts why not discover for yourself what an amazing place South Africa is by visiting on your next holiday. Take a look at Bargain Villas for some cheap South African Villa Rentals

 

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4Jun/100

Las Vegas Car Hire – useful site for Las Vegas car hire on the strip

The best way to get around in Las Vegas is with a rental car. You can get pretty cheap car hire in las Vegas using our search engine. major attractions in Las Vegas are the casinos. The most famous hotel casinos are located on Las Vegas Boulevard on the portion of that road known as the Las Vegas Strip. These larger casinos are located outside of the city. Many of these hotels are massive, providing thousands of rooms, with their large adjoining casino areas.

Here are a few of the popular downtown car rental collection offices;

Las Vegas - Aria Resort and Casino (LASC28)
3730 Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Bellagio Hotel
3600 LAS VEGAS BLVD SOUTH
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Circus Circus
2880 LAS VEGAS BLVD. S.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Excalibur Hotel
3850 LAS VEGAS BLVD. S.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Luxor Hotel
3900 LAS VEGAS BLVD. S.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89119

Mandalay Bay Hotel
3950 LAS VEGAS BLVD SOUTH
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89119

MGM Grand Hotel
3799 LAS VEGAS BLVD. S.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Mirage Hotel
3400 LAS VEGAS BLVD. S.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

Monte Carlo Resort
3700 LAS VEGAS BLVD.
LAS VEGAS, NV UNITED STATES 89109

For more information just visit www.lasvegasrentacar.co.uk

Map of the Las Vegas Strip

Map of the Las Vegas Strip

8Apr/100

Plans to scrap tax relief on Holiday Homes postponed until after Election

The Government is to postpone plans to scrap tax relief on holiday homes until after next month’s General Election

ABTA has welcomed the decision, and said it will continue to lobby the next government to keep the tax relief system, set out under the Furnished Holiday Lettings rule, as it is.

It claims a planned repeal of the FHL, announced in the April 2009 Budget, would have had ‘serious harmful consequences for the domestic tourism sector leading to a loss of over £200m and 4,500 jobs’.

The FHL repeal was part of the Finance Bill, which the Government had wanted to fast-track through Parliament ahead of the General Election on 6 May.

However, the Conservatives refused to allow the legislation to be fast-tracked unless the FHL rule and two others, including the controversial cider tax, were omitted from the Bill.

The Government was forced to agree last night, in order to get the Bill passed before the Election.

A review of the repeal was one the key demands in the recently launched ABTA Travel Manifesto.

ABTA, the Tourism Alliance and ABTA member the Holiday Cottages Group had all lobbied on the issue.

Mark Tanzer, chief executive of ABTA, said: ‘The repeal of the FHL rules would have had an extremely damaging impact on domestic tourism and many of our members’ businesses and we welcome the Government’s sensible decision to set aside the proposed repeal for the time being.

‘We will call on the new government in office after 6 May to listen to industry concerns and reform FHLs in a way that both achieves Government objectives as well as supporting domestic tourism.’

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