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
BOONE, Iowa (June 4) – John Logue put his ride back in victory lane following the Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified feature for the second time in a row Saturday at Boone Speedway while Jay Schmidt scored another victory in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car ranks.Logue started seventh and had his familiar number 69 in the lead by lap eight of the 20-lap Modified feature. He never relinquished that lead on his way to the checkers and the win. He had big time company behind him fighting it out tooth and nail for position.It was Jimmy Gustin, the 11th place starter, winning the battle to take the runner-up spot. Point leader Mike VanGenderen finished third from his 12th place starting spot. Russ Dickerson came from 18th to finish fourth and Kyle Brown rounded out the top five.Schmidt captured his second win of the season in the Stock Car class. He wasted no time in getting to the front, grabbing the lead by lap two from his sixth starting spot. He stretched his lead, looking comfortable out front, until a caution at lap 15 of the 18-lap race bunched the field.It was Donavon Smith then close at hand in second for the restart. However, Schmidt kept his poise and the lead the rest of the way to the checkers. Smith held the runner-up spot over Matt West, Tyler Pickett and Wayne Gifford.The 18-lap Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod feature saw a new face visiting victory lane this season. Chad Ryerson started sixth and took the lead at lap six, never to relinquish it the remainder of the race for the win. Last week’s winner, Randy Roberts came home in second after starting 10th. Brandon Williams was third, fourth went to Johnathon Logue and Thor Anderson completed the top five.The 12-lap IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock feature went to David Rieks. Rieks was chased most of the distance by Ross Marshall who fell just short for a runner-up finish. Tenth place starter Dustin Graham finished third, fourth went to Seth Butler and Jordan Peters finished fifth.
THE Guyana Cycling Federation’s (GCF) 2018 calendar of activities will begin on January 28 with the staging of its first ‘points’ race.This will see the top cyclists of the country converge for the first time in the New Year, as they each seek to prop up their individual chances of drawing first blood in the sense of racking up points.Jamaul John was last year’s most consistent rider after tallying the most points across all GCF races, ahead of Paul DeNobrega. The two had a great rivalry in 2017 and will be sure to provide great entertainment this year as well.However, DeNobrega will want to push himself further while John has already signalled his intention of crowning 2018 with more success than 2017. The latter has already started a rigorous training regime and will be hoping to carry over his form from last year.Not to be ignored is the ever-evolving Alonzo Ambrose who proved to be a formidable opponent last year as he pushed John and company to the limits, even winning the last ‘points’ race of 2017.This year should make for intriguing contests as all the cyclists will seek to develop and push one another in their quest to reach the pinnacle of success in 2018.On January 27 the cyclists will get some much-needed track time in, as cycle coach Hassan Mohamed is organising a meet at the inner circuit of the National Park.The feature 35-lap Schoolboys Invitational race will be sure to attract the country’s top cyclists and provide top quality entertainment for cycling fans and enthusiasts.
It has been reveal that Super Eagles players, led by skipper Joseph Yobo and Mikel Obi have met with the leadership of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) to demand an appearance fee for the World Cup.This is outside the match bonus, which starts at $10,000-a-man for a first round match win, announced for the players for Brazil 2014.“The players led by Yobo and Mikel met with NFF president Aminu Maigari and some of his officials to demand for their own share of the cash FIFA will pay the country for at least featuring in the first round of the World Cup,” a top source informed AfricanFootball.comNigeria will already earn more than $9 million for qualification and participation in the first round of the 2014 World Cup and they will get more if they reach the knockout stages of the competition.For the World Cup warm-ups against Scotland, Greece and USA, each player received an appearance fee of $3,000.Fellow World Cup finalists Ghana are on an appearance fee of $75,000-a-man for the 23 players who made the final cut to Brazil 2014. It would be recalled that a row over such a fee derailed the Super Eagles at the 1998 World Cup in France as players and officials were locked in lengthy meetings to resolve the impasse.Most recently, another pay row almost caused the country to miss out on the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil, before the Presidency intervened to avoid an international embarrassment.This has led to the introduction of a code of conduct for the Eagles.The squad are due in Sao Paolo, Brazil tomorrow.