Thus, in its second season after the renovation, TUI BLUE Jadran entered the circle of the world’s best hotels and secured an even better positioning on TUI sales channels, since this award is one of the main motives when deciding on a vacation spot. TUI BLUE Jadran is the first 5 * hotel on the Makarska Riviera, and has 161 rooms. It opened in July 2017 after a thorough renovation in which more than 15 million euros were invested. It was built immediately after World War II and for almost 2 years was a symbol of luxury and a trademark of the Makarska Riviera. TUI Holly is an award given to the best hotels according to guest ratings and represents the highest possible recognition that a hotel can receive from TUI guests. The award is synonymous with everything that makes a holiday perfect: top service, great attention to detail and outstanding cuisine. TUI Holly is also a recognition for quality management and high safety standards. After last year’s TUI Top Quality award, the TUI BLUE Jadran * hotel went a step further this year, winning “TUI Holly 2019”, the most prestigious award given by the world tour operator TUI. As of this year, the TUI BLUE Jadran hotel is managed by WOT (World of TUI) Hotels Croatia, a joint venture company founded by the TUI group and Sunce Concern (Bluesun Hotels & Resorts). As WOT Hotels Croatia Management Board members Nikolina Misir and Damir Lukić point out: “This award comes truly as the icing on the cake and a confirmation of an extremely successful season in which the hotel TUI BLUE Jadran ***** achieved exceptional business results, both in physical and financial business indicators, and fully positioned itself on the market as one of the best rated hotels by guests that the tour operator TUI has in its offer on a global level. The award is also a recognition to all diligent employees of the hotel, without whose dedicated work this exceptional achievement would not have been possible.. ”Points out Nikolina Misir, Member of the Management Board of WOT Hotels Croatia.
MORE: Kyle Lowry “would love to do a long extension” with RaptorsIt has been nearly 7,500 days since Carter made his NBA debut on Feb. 5, 1999. He has played 45,491 minutes for eight different teams — the Raptors, Nets, Magic, Suns, Mavericks, Grizzlies, Kings and Hawks — and filled out a Hall-of-Fame worthy resume along the way.As much as Carter doesn’t appear to age, the world around him has changed drastically since he entered the league as a youngster out of North Carolina.When Vince Carter made his NBA debut in 1999…Carter’s age: 22 years old (born Jan. 26, 1977)Carter’s team: Toronto RaptorsCarter’s points per game that season: 18.3Leading scorer in NBA: Allen Iverson, Philadelphia 76ers (26.8)NBA MVP: Karl Malone, Utah JazzNBA champion: San Antonio SpursAge of Trae Young: Four months old (born Sept. 19, 1998)Age of Trae Young’s father, Rayford: 21 years old (born Nov. 5, 1977)Super Bowl matchup: Denver Broncos 34, Atlanta Falcons 19Signature USWNT World Cup moment: Brandi Chastain’s game-winning goal and celebrationPresident of the United States: Bill ClintonBiggest fear: Y2K ending the worldRichest person in the world: Bill Gates ($90 billion)Postage for letters within United States: 33 centsNo. 1 song in United States that week: “… Baby One More Time” by Britney SpearsNo. 1 movie in United States that week: “She’s All That” starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh CookIconic movie quote: “I see dead people.”Top-rated TV shows of 1998-99: “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and “ER” Top-selling fiction book: “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” by J.K. RowlingPokemon connection: Trading cards and video games on Game Boy systemWhen Vince Carter signed with the Hawks in 2019…Carter’s age: 42 years oldCarter’s team: Atlanta HawksCarter’s points per game in previous season: 7.4Leading scorer in NBA: James Harden, Houston Rockets (36.1)NBA MVP: Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee BucksNBA champion: Toronto RaptorsAge of Trae Young: 20 years oldAge of Trae Young’s father, Rayford: 41 years oldSuper Bowl matchup: New England Patriots 13, Los Angeles Rams 3Signature USWNT World Cup moment: Megan Rapinoe’s pose and Alex Morgan’s tea-sipping celebrationPresident of the United States: Donald TrumpBiggest fear: Pick one out of a hatRichest person in the world: Jeff Bezos ($131 billion)Postage for letters within United States: 55 centsNo. 1 song in United States that week: “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray CyrusNo. 1 movie in United States that week: “Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw” starring Dwayne Johnson and Jason StathamIconic movie quote: “Avengers… Assemble.” “Vinsanity” lives on for one more season.Vince Carter agreed to a one-year deal to return to the Hawks, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, allowing the 42-year-old to finish his career in Atlanta after averaging 7.4 points and 2.6 rebounds per game during the 2018-19 campaign. Carter will set a new record for most seasons played in NBA history with 22, passing Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett, Kevin Willis and Robert Parish. Top-rated TV shows of 2018-19: “The Big Bang Theory” and “NCIS”Top-selling fiction book: “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia OwensPokemon connection: Ryan Reynolds voicing “Detective Pikachu”
MASON CITY — A Mason City man is in jail after a motorcycle chase on Monday afternoon. Court documents say 37-year-old Lucas Heilskov was seen by law enforcement riding a stolen motorcycle on 12th Northwest, with a marked law enforcement vehicle turning on its lights and siren, trying to pull him over. Heilskov sped away, operating the motorcycle at speeds up to 65 miles per hour in a 25 mile per hour zone. Heilskov was apprehended about 20 minutes later in the 1200 block of North Jefferson, where he was allegedly found with a glass drug pipe, small plastic baggies, two marijuana grinders containing drug residue, and marijuana was also located in the same area as he was. Heilskov was charged with second-degree theft, eluding, third or subsequent offense drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving without a license. He’s being held in the Cerro Gordo County Jail on $15,000 bond.