Archiv für » December, 2009
A recent study by the University of Bochum in Germany has proved that when trying to park a car into a space that men are indeed better than women. Not only were women slower at getting the car, an Audi A6, into the parking space but they generally were not as accurate in their parking […]
Ever since Volkswagen first showed off their L1 concept car, which was capable of close to 230 miles per gallon in 2002, the firm has been slowly perfecting their design making it a more viable road car for people to use. With reducing costs of materials and refinement of the design VW is looking to […]
When times are hard the decision making process when choosing a family holiday comes down to one thing…cost. The Tirol region of Austria is home to a variety of family friendly resorts for 2009-10, geared up to help those feeling the pinch this season without needing to compromise on those other all-important factors. Certain resorts […]
I think most of us have been in the situation on Christmas Eve where you get home convinced that the shopping is done, you’ve bought everything for everyone, but then you start wrapping the presents and realise there’s one person you haven’t bought a present for and the shops are shut. You’re left with one […]
Everyone at Sixt UK would like to wish all our customers and fellow Sixt staff across the world a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Tonia Drysdale the manager of our Manchester Airport branch was on hand on Tuesday to pick up the airports annual Car Rental Partner of the Year award. The award was based on customer opinions with Sixt beating of the two other nominated car hire companies Avis and Europcar. Tonia collects the Car Rental Partner of the […]
An off duty Police Officer in Washington took exception when his Hummer was hit by a stray snowball during a mass scale snowball fight in the city earlier this week. After emerging from his vehicle, which was stood at a set of traffic lights, the Officer drew a gun before being hit on the head with […]
A Ryanair 737-800 managed to avoid a serious accident at Prestwick Airport today after sliding on ice whilst taxiing on the runway. The plane lost control and slid off the runway into a grass verge causing disruption to several flights whilst emergency services ensured the plane and passengers were safe.
Author:: Gabriela Hamböck For visitors to the city it is an attraction, for locals a second home, and for artists and literati an institution: the Viennese Coffeehouse. Coffeehouses in Vienna are much more than just places to drink coffee – they are a way of life. The city boasts in excess of 800 of them […]
The only crunch you want to hear this coming season is the sound of your ski boots crunching through the freshly laid snow. So follow the Tirol Tourist Board’s top tips to survive the credit-crunch and still get out on the slopes for 2009-10. Choose your resort carefully – stay 3*, ski 5*. Just a […]