Losinj Hotels & Villas introduces direct flights to Losinj

first_imgThis summer, the hotel brand Lošinj Hotels & Villas offers its guests a faster and easier arrival to the island of vitality with a special offer of flights.Namely, from June 25 to September 16, LH&V, in cooperation with the Czech airline Silver Air, is organizing return flights from Zagreb, Split, Pula and Lugano to Lošinj at a price of as little as 235 euros. Thus, the arrival on the island of Lošinj becomes more accessible, and Lošinj will additionally confirm its deserved place on the map of unavoidable tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.Thanks to the new flight schedule, domestic and foreign guests can travel to Lošinj this summer with return flights from Zagreb three times a week, from Pula and Split twice a week, and from Lugano, Switzerland once a week. For example, the journey from Zagreb to Lošinj on the new Silver Air flight takes only 45 minutes. A total of 14 passengers can leave for their extended weekend on the island of vitality on Thursday or Friday at 17 pm and return to Zagreb on Monday at 9 am after a sunny weekend. In addition, LH&V provides guests who arrive on the island by plane with transportation to the hotel, as well as return to Mali Lošinj Airport.”By introducing new flights, we continue the mission of planned development of Lošinj as an elite tourist destination, and by realizing a better connection between the island of Lošinj and the mainland, we make all its beauties more accessible to our guests. The islands, with their unique beauty and perfectly preserved nature, are at the same time a travel challenge, but with the introduction of new flights, we have reduced the trip to Lošinj to the shortest possible time.. ”, Said the member of the Management Board of the Jadranka Group Goran Filipović and adds that better traffic connection and easier communication of the island with the mainland is one of the strategic goals of the Lošinj Jadranka Group, which has been working for 70 years to position Lošinj and the entire Cres archipelago on the tourist map of this part of the Mediterranean.”The planned reconstruction and expansion of the Mali Lošinj Airport will also contribute to the achievement of these goals, which in the future will enable easier access to the destination for all visitors, because then aircraft with a capacity of up to 180 passengers will be able to land on Lošinj.”Concludes Filipović.Find out all the details about the flight schedule, accommodation offer and reservations on the website  losinj-hotels.com i silverairtravels.com.last_img read more

McIlroy looking to build challenge

first_img “I was letting the round get away from me somewhat, but making four birdies on the last seven holes was nice to sort of redeem the round a little bit and keep myself in the tournament,” said the world number three, who has been watching videos of his eight-shot triumph at Kiawah Island to gain inspiration. “It makes me feel good because maybe in the middle of the season or a couple of months ago I wouldn’t have been standing up here. I would have been going home. “It’s good to be able to do that and fight back and makes you feel good about yourself going into the weekend. Walking up the second hole, which was my 11th hole today, all I wanted to do is be here for the weekend. All of sudden, I’m somewhat back in the tournament. “If I get off to a fast start tomorrow I’m right there.” Press Association McIlroy, who won five times last year but has recorded just one top-three finish in 2013 since his controversial equipment change in January, looked set to miss his second major championship cut in succession. The 24-year-old was five over par after 11 holes of his second round but birdied four of the next six to add a 71 to his opening 69 and finish level par, seven behind clubhouse leader Adam Scott. center_img Defending champion Rory McIlroy’s thoughts turned from survival to revival after an excellent recovery in the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill.last_img read more

Ali Maradona lashes out at ‘inconsistent’ GFA Disciplinary Committee

first_imgThe Deputy Operations Manager of Asante Kotoko has attributed the woes afflicting Ghana football to the GFA’s Disciplinary Committee.According to Alhaji Ali Maradona, the DC’s inconsistent rulings have contributed to game’s downward spiral. Maradona made these comments in reaction to Hearts of Oak’s recent one-match home ban. The punishment was given after the Phobians were accused of failing to control their supporters in Accra against Hasaacas on July 5.Objects were allegedly hurled at Assistant Referee Issaka Badiu Alhassan, following a quick two-goal salvo from the Sekondi side. The ref sustained a cut to the head, causing a half-hour hold up.Maradona feels the ban should have been more.”The GFA Disciplinary Committee is gradually destroying our football. How can you give Hearts of Oak one match ban? If it should have been the smaller clubs, I don’t think it would be one game. We should set good examples for others to follow and shouldn’t condone violence,” he told Asempa FM. The Phobians were also fined GHc3000 and their supporters warned to be of good behavior in future matches. Hearts are currently on the 14th position with 29 points after 24 matches. Kotoko are 11th position with 32 points.The two giants of Ghana football will rekindle their rivalry this Sunday after the Phobians won the reverse fixture in Kumasi 1-0.– Look out more #JoySports team buildup to Sunday’s Super Clash. Analysis, news, and features on radio, TV, and online. Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM.last_img read more

Lakers star LeBron James weighs in on Mavericks trading Harrison Barnes mid-game

first_imgSo let me guess this is cool cause they had to do what was best for the franchise right??? Traded this man while he was literally playing in the game and had ZERO idea. I’m not knocking who traded him because it’s a business and you have to do what you feel what’s best but I just want this narrative to start to get REAL/CHANGE and not when a player wants to be traded or leaves a Franchise that he’s a selfish/ungrateful player but when they trade you, release , waive, cut etc etc it’s best for them! I’m ok with both honestly, truly am. Just call a ♠️ a ♠️!!A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on Feb 6, 2019 at 8:43pm PSTPelicans forward Anthony Davis appeared to “like” James’ post. The star will not sign an extension with New Orleans and wants to be traded, agent Rich Paul told ESPN in late January. The Lakers have reportedly been trying to acquire him before Thursday’s deadline. Think someone just told Harrison Barnes he got traded pic.twitter.com/QlZstU2QA6— gifdsports (@gifdsports) February 7, 2019James, the Lakers star, discussed the mid-game trade on Instagram later Wednesday.“So let me guess this is cool cause they had to do what was best for the franchise right?” James captioned a video of Barnes. “Traded this man while he was literally playing in the game and had ZERO idea. I’m not knocking who traded him because it’s a business and you have to do what you feel what’s best. Related News View this post on Instagram NBA trade rumors: Mavericks finalizing deal to send Harrison Barnes to Kings “But I just want this narrative to start to get REAL/CHANGE and not when a player wants to be traded or leaves a Franchise (then) he’s a selfish/ungrateful player but when they trade you, release, waive, cut etc etc it’s best for them! I’m ok with both honestly, truly am.”center_img LeBron James wants the “narrative” around player movement to change.The Mavericks agreed to send forward Harrison Barnes to the Kings in the middle of their matchup against the Hornets on Wednesday. The 26-year-old forward was subbed out and remained on Dallas’ bench for a short time before heading back to the locker room after he was informed of the move. NBA trade deadline update: Anthony Davis intends to test free agency in 2020, report says LeBron James took to IG tonight to point out the hypocrisy of teams trading players vs. players requesting trades, and take a look at who liked his post: Anthony Davis. pic.twitter.com/MACLJANyaA— Dave McMenamin (@mcten) February 7, 2019The Kings received forwards Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph from Dallas in exchange for Barnes, who is averaging 17.8 points this season.James signed a four-year, $153.3 million contract with the Lakers this summer. He’s tallying 26.9 points and 8.4 rebounds per game in his first season in Los Angeles.last_img read more