Grabovac, a picturesque place near the Plitvice Lakes, this summer has become richer for a completely new concept of vacation – glamping, which is part of Plitvice Holiday Resort. The real attractions are five wooden houses, which are a complete novelty on the Croatian market, and nine smaller holiday houses with an artificial lake suitable for swimming in the summer months, and this camp turns into a first-class location for a luxurious holiday all year round.Located high in the pine canopy, these luxurious cottages of unique design are perfect for stepping away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and provide the perfect opportunity to reconnect with nature. Their interior is designed for comfort and relaxation, and due to its equipment will provide each guest with a sense of comfort and luxury. Five specially equipped wooden houses extend on three levels, with two bathrooms, two bedrooms, living room and kitchen, and provide comfortable and luxurious accommodation for four people.Cottages on the lakeOn the other hand, on the lake itself there are nine smaller houses with double beds and a bathroom. Privacy is guaranteed by the surrounding trees, which also offer pleasant shade on hot days, and it is certainly an interesting fact that due to good insulation and central heating they are available all year round. Contractors from Croatia participated in the construction of these houses and the complete zone, so we can say that they are entirely a Croatian product.The conceptual concept of this glamping edition is signed by the Zagreb Abstracto studio, which is responsible for the complete arrangement of the camp, the design of the exterior and interior of the houses and their environment with the lake.”We are faced with a great challenge in the very development of the concept due to the desire of investors to make the project something unprecedented in our area and beyond. However, many years of experience and trust of investors and camp managers Grabovac, with whom we have successfully cooperated before, made it easier for us to create this project and now, with a step back, we can say with certainty that we have fulfilled this wish.. ” pointed out Ivan Plemenčić, head of the architectural team of Abstracto studio.It should be noted that the gastronomic offer has not bypassed this modern edition of glamorous camping, as this new age concept is called, so at the entrance to the camp there is an à la carte restaurant serving traditional Croatian cuisine, of which specialties should be emphasized. from Lika like homemade lamb. All visitors to the camp can enjoy their meals in the dining room or on the spacious terrace, and it is possible that they return to their terrace with breakfast and thus enjoy the view of nature.PHOTO GALLERY / Photo: Abstracto studio, Plitvice Holiday Resort
Sergio Aguero’s hat-trick condemned Arsenal to a 3-1 defeat at Manchester City last week (Picture: Getty)‘But the fellow next to him, Mustafi, has never been good enough since the day he walked in the door and that’s the reason why all the goals come down there.‘To see Arsenal defend like that, there’s a big job there for Unai Emery to do.’Mustafi was the subject of two failed bids from Inter in the summer of 2017 but the deal fell through with Arsenal unable to find a suitable replacement.Emery was restricted to signing players on loan during the January transfer window and is reportedly likely to be handed a modest £45m kitty to work with in the summer, although that could still be boosted by player sales.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Shkodran Mustafi was signed for £35million by Arsene Wenger in 2016 (Picture: Getty)Arsenal will listen to offers for Shkodran Mustafi in the summer as Unai Emery attempts to raise extra funds to rejuvenate his squad.The Germany international became the third most expensive defender of all-time when Arsene Wenger agreed to pay £35million to Valencia in the summer of 2016.Mustafi has failed to come anywhere close to justifying that outlay and the Telegraph reports that Arsenal are ready to place the 26-year-old on the transfer list at the end of the season.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityEmery has been unable to illicit a significant improvement in Mustafi’s performances, culminating in Sunday’s error-strewn display against Manchester City which prompted scathing criticism from Sky pundit Jamie Carragher.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Lichtsteiner is not good enough. Maybe you could argue because of his age,’ the former Liverpool defender said at full-time. Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 5 Feb 2019 2:12 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link115Shares Unai Emery ready to put Arsenal flop Shkodran Mustafi on the transfer list in the summer Advertisement Comment
By Garth Rose and Karyl WalkerSince elected Mayor of Miramar in 2015, Wayne Messam has led a commission that created a booming business environment and improved infrastructure. While he is not up for re-election until 2019, Messam is, surprisingly, not supporting two of his senior commissioners who are up for reelection in the March 14 Municipal Elections.Yvette Colbourne…boasts exemplary public service recordMessam, An American of Jamaican descent, insists that with a more dynamic commission, he can achieve bigger things in a city with a strong Caribbean populace. Next week, voters will decide whether to retain or replace three incumbents. Veteran Winston Barnes, a Jamaican-American, who has served the commission since 2003, is seeking re-election in Seat 3. Yvette Colbourne, a Panamanian-American of Jamaican descent, who has served since 2013, seeks reelection in Seat 2. Maxwell Chambers, also Jamaican-American, elected to the commission in 2014, seeks reelection in Seat 1.Miramar is the only city in Florida with an all-Caribbean-American commission. In addition to Barnes, Chambers and Colbourne, Darlene Riggs is Haitian-American. Two Jamaican-Americans, Attorney Norman Hemmings, and chiropractor Dr. Venessa Walker, are challenging for Seats 1 and 2, respectively. Barnes is being challenged by Haitian-American Dalton Jall’s Bonheur and African-American James R. Hepburn. Colbourne who served as a member of a county executive team that successful manage a $600 million budget with up 2,000 employees in Miami-Dade County is surprised at Messam’s stance, considering the commission supports most of his proposals. According to Colbourne, she voted 99% of the time to support the mayor’s initiatives. She did vote against his pitch to increase property taxes in 2016.Winston Barnes,,,my record speaks for itselfThe 30-year veteran of public service who also has a masters degree in Public Administration, said any budget gap could have been realized by improving efficiencies in the city’s management.“We successfully met this gap, without raising taxes. At the end of 2016, there was a balance of $6 million in the city’s funds, carried forward to supplement 2017 expenditure,” said Colbourne.And while Messam himself has wide-scale backing, an unofficial CNW poll in the community suggests residents are happy with the current commission. The general consensus is that Miramar’s business climate is a sound source of jobs for residents and commends Messam and the commissioners for doing a splendid job.According to one individual, Miramar is an aviation hub which provides economic spin-offs to many businesses that supply services to that industry, There is also a growing complement of Fortune 500 companies. Significantly, Miramar has managed to stem the outsourcing of U.S jobs to countries like China.In his 2015 State of the City address, Messam said there were 1,800 residential units planned for the city, valued at $191 million. He noted that during the recession of 2009, Miramar continued to expand. He also mentioned several infrastructural improvements in the eastern section, including new drainage. The Pembroke Road overpass is completed and has resulted in a significant ease on traffic congestion. He pointed to getting the commission to approve a $60 million revenue bond for funding park development, and the Miramar amphitheater (under construction) as other high points of his administration.Barnes, a broadcaster by profession, has been on the commission for almost 14 years. He listed his achievements which include: creating a scholarship fund from a raise he received in his commissioner’s salary; voting for funding both Miramar high schools annually; and providing funds to help residents with home repairs to meet city codes, and paying utility bills.He anticipates another term.“I should be re-elected to keep integrity, experience and decorum on the Commission. My record speaks for itself,” Barnes said.Chambers seeks re-election to enhance the financial health of the city without increasing taxes, and ensuring that property values in East Miramar are not compromised by developers who are bent on turning homes into rental property.If elected Dr. Walker’s mission is to make it possible for more residents to own businesses; enhance public safety, keep taxes low, push the city’s econ development and be a transparent representative.Hemmings, making his second bid for the seat, says his mission if elected is to hold down property taxes, and mobilize strong anti-crime strategies.
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