Zagreb Hotel Esplanade offers its guests a new unique service that they want to enrich their stay in Zagreb and this historic hotel with professional photos from their trip.With a focus on creating special experiences, continuing the trend of innovation in order to offer more than expected, the Zagreb hotel Esplanade introduces a professional photography service for guests. The idea of the service created in cooperation with the MyTripographer photography studio is to offer guests a relaxed tour of Zagreb, enjoy the parks and city sights accompanied by a professional photographer who will capture happy moments with top photos and turn them into unique lasting memories. Take more than selfie photos with you on your trip.”So that professional photography would not be reserved only for weddings and special occasions, we decided to offer such a service to our guests and allow them to become stars for one day, to experience the destination in a special way and bring with them wonderful lasting memories of an unforgettable stay at the Esplanade.. ” pointed out the general manager of the Esplanade Hotel, Ivica Max Krizmanić. Also, as an additional income and hotel service for those guests who want to shine in full splendor, the hotel offers additional services through a professional makeup artist and hairdresser.Five created packages will satisfy the wishes of guests depending on their needs and faithfully show emotions in photos with the help of professional photographic equipment and lighting and the expert eye of the photographer, they point out from the Esplanade Hotel.So simple and ingenious, apart from the added value as well as the extra income that ranges from 1.500 to 5.500 kn depending on the selected package, the hotel is smartly positioned on a conscious and unconscious level. Hotel guests will certainly put the pictures in a visible place, and they will show it to their loved ones so that the picture, ie the visibility of the hotel, multiplies at that moment. Of course, the guests will remember the Esplanade Hotel fondly, and the picture will additionally remind them of that moment during the year. And because of the whole story, the guests will return to the Esplanade Hotel and that’s it – the circle is closed and most importantly they got a loyal guest.Related news:HOTEL ESPLANDE THE FIRST CROATIAN CERTIFIED HOTEL WITH GLUTEN FREE OFFER TESLA CAR OWNERS IN ESPLANADE CAN CHARGE THEIR ELECTRIC VEHICLE FOR FREE
Dennis “Jay” Becker, age 63 of Batesville, died Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at MHP Medical Center in Shelbyville. Born March 24, 1955 in Batesville, he is the son of Gloria (Nee: Skidmore) and Donald Becker. He married Shirley Veerkamp October 24, 1987 at St. Mary’s Church in Greensburg. He spent 35 years as Director of Radiology for Decatur County Hospital and the last five years as an ultrasound sonographer at Major Hospital in Shelbyville.He was best described as a kind hearted mentor. Jay took a genuine interest in the lives of his family and friends, always offering encouragement and focus for life’s difficult decisions. Those same qualities carried over to his work as well, where he was engaged with the personal well being of his patients. An accomplished cook, Jay enjoyed hosting gatherings and was in his element on the grill or at the smoker. His family teased that the T.V. was always turned to the Food Network channel. Other interests including playing Pinochle with friends, relaxing in the sun and following horse racing’s yearly Triple Crown run.He is survived by his wife Shirley; daughter Katie Becker of Batesville; sons Ben (Toni) Becker of Greensburg, Zach Becker of Batesville, Landon Becker of Silver Springs, Maryland, Chris Becker of Greensburg, Brad Becker of Waldron, Indiana; sisters Cindy (Dick) Feller of Batesville, Diane Holderman of Englewood, Ohio, Virginia Becker of Batesville; brother Dan (Angie) Becker of Westfield, Indiana and grandson Daxton Becker who is soon to be joined by a sister in the next few days.Visitation is Friday, June 15th, from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Weigel Funeral Home. Funeral services are 10 a.m. Saturday, June 16th at St. Louis Church with Rev. Stan Pondo officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family requests memorials to Batesville Rescue 10 Life Squad or the Alzheimer’s Association.
Ex-Ghana international Augustine Arhinful has cautioned the Black Stars to be wary of a ‘dangerous’ Mozambique side ahead of their 2017 AFCON qualifier today.The two teams will clash in Accra in their third group of the qualifiers.Ghana will be chasing a third consecutive win in the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against bottom side Mozambique at the Accra Sport Stadium.The Black Stars must avoid defeat against the OS Mambas to make the return leg a mere formality on Sunday in Mozambique.Both teams have kept their cards close to their chest even though Mozambique have engaged in psychological battle ahead of the crunch tie at the Accra Sports stadium.The formal Liverpool player has tipped his men to silence the West Africans at their own backyard and the ex-international has warned the team to be cautious against a solid OS Mambas side. “We have to be cautious. No complacency. We have all the names but in football anything is possible,” Arhinful told Asempa Sports“We have the potential but we must be careful a bit against them. We should not make a mistake because our opponent won’t come cheap.”“They (Mozambique) do not have the quality, skills, materials that we have but they are a dangerous side.”“But I’m confident we can come to the party this afternoon.”Ghana tops Group H with Six points after two matches while The Mambas are without a win. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySports
Power play goals, and a lack there of, seemed to be the determining factor in Saturday night’s game. Both teams took numerous penalties, with a total of 56 penalty minutes handed out, but it was the Chiefs that would take advantage of the extra skater.The first period would decide the outcome of the game. Fort St. John quickly found themselves killing a five-on-three man advantage only 6:08 in to the game. Horse Lake showed some great puck moving ability, which would result in a one-timer from the point, beating Flyers goalie Troy Hunt for the game’s first and eventual game winning goal.Hunt played incredibly in the one-sided loss, making 36 saves, plenty of them from point-blank range. – Advertisement -The power play would strike again for Horse Lake in the first period. Once again good puck movement by the Chiefs would create a strong point shot, which for Horse Lake’s second goal, would be tipped in by Mike Lalonde. The period would end with the Chiefs leading the Flyers 2-0, which would carry over as the game’s final score. Following the game, Flyers head coach Darrel Leahy talked about his team’s performance, stressing the Flyers didn’t get the puck deep enough into the Horse Lake zone on a consistent basis. He said for the new looking roster to improve, the team must develop stronger, more consistent lines on both forward and defense. Advertisement Leahy also talked about how the team gave up too many odd man rushes, while also struggling to transition the puck from defense to offense. The Flyers were only able to generate 17 shots on Horse Lake Saturday evening, despite over ten opportunities on the power play. However, credit must be given to the Horse Lake penalty kill, who did an excellent job at blocking passing lanes and not allowing Fort St. John to set up in the offensive zone. Flyers goaltender Troy Hunt also commented on the game, saying this year’s team was a different looking squad and that it was evident that Horse Lake had already played more games than the Flyers. When asked about the lop sided amount of shots between both team’s, Hunt said he enjoys games where he is constantly being tested, saying it helps to “jump in head first and get ready for the rest of the year.”Advertisement The Flyers will next hit the ice on December 3, when they play host to the Grande Prairie Athletics.