Then we got to the station, and the rental car agency, and there were no big cars available..... Excuse Me??
We would have to wait; check back in a hour, but there were 2 families ahead of our group in the same situation. This was NOT looking good. We waited for about an hour, and still no car available. It was looking like our first day in Budapest, where the 'person in charge" simply holds up one finger and says "One Hour" and there's nothing you can do but wait. But, we had an option for Plan B. They rented a smaller car, and we put 7 people in the Opel. Kent and I volunteer to take all the kids. They were happy because they didn't have to be split up, an we don't mind the music playing a little loud. Nate is the DJ most of the time and he plays a good mix, throwing us "old folk" a song we like every now and again. The funny thing is that lots of our music is now their music thanks to shows like "Glee" which has re-tread all those songs from the 70's and 80's. Makes it easier to listen together.