The Center for Restructuring and Sales (CERP) passed decision, which defines the procedure for collecting binding offers for the purchase of a majority stake of 68,94 percent of shares in Dubrovnik’s Maestral Hotels at a starting price of HRK 126,8 million.Only bidders who purchase the bid documentation have the right to submit a binding bid, and the cost of the same is HRK 100.000, as well as to enclose a guarantee of HRK 2,5 million with the bid.The best bidder will be considered the best bidder, but CERP has the right not to accept any bid. For more details on the purchase of shares in Hotel Maestral doo, see HERE
All lines ran as planned, in July and August they ran every day, and in September three times a week. Average occupancy the train was higher than 90%, with a capacity of almost 600 passengers per line, while the trains carried more than 60.000 passengers in both directions. / / / A MUCH MORE FOCUS SHOULD BE FOCUSED ON THE CZECH AND POLISH MARKETS According to the CNTB, there was also great interest in package deals at sea with two nights and half board at a particularly low price, including transport and all services, which RegioJet sold about a thousand. “Demand is a record and the highest in the history of our company, which is why we decided to operate on this route every day until the end of August, and not just three times a week as originally planned. The line will remain in 2021. “, he pointed out Radima Jančure, CEO of RegioJet, on the arrival of the first train in Rijeka (July 01). Interestingly, this news was accompanied by The New York Times / / / CARWIZ THROUGH THE FRANCHISE NETWORK IS NOW PRESENT IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Due to the great interest in traveling by RegioJet trains to Croatia, this company has already started preparing the railway line for next year, and according to the current plan, the traffic will start again from May 2021. years. Also, the same line is a great solution for Austrians who want to go on holiday to Croatia because they can take a Regiojet bus from Vienna to Bratislava, as well as Germans from the vicinity of Dresden which can reach Prague and then by train to Croatia. Most of the lines from Prague to Rijeka were complete sold out, and about half of the passengers used it connecting buses in Rijeka, which transported passengers to about thirty of the most popular holiday destinations on the Adriatic coast. See more about the entire RegioJet offer towards Croatia HERE The said line has become the most successful new route RegioJeta which passed through five countries during its route. Thanks to the close cooperation with the carriers HŽ (Croatian Railways) and SŽ (Slovenian Railways) and thanks to the cooperation with the embassies of Croatia and Slovenia in Prague and with the Croatian Tourist Board, the train on the route Prague – Brno – Bratislava – Ljubljana – Rijeka and back is prepared for six weeks, they point out from the CNTB. Ticket prices they ranged from 22 euros for seats and from 30 euros for a place in a sleeping car, and the price includes reservation, coffee, breakfast and free WIFI. An interesting comparison with HŽ, in terms of service, price and comfort. By the way, it is the leading company for long-distance railway connections in Central Europe, and annually records 20 million passengers, 11 million in rail and 9 million in bus transport. As they pointed out from RegioJet, they are from Rijeka buses allow passengers to transfer to some of the following destinations: Opatija, Rabac, Medulin, Pula, Rovinj, Porec, Novigrad, Malinska, Silo, Vrbnik, Krk, Baska, Crikvenica, Novi Vinodolski, Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Pakostane, Omis, Brela, Baska Voda, Makarska, Podgora, Podaca, Gradac, Sibenik, Primosten, Trogir and Split. Most passengers traveled from the Czech Republic, while approximately 10 percent of tickets were sold in Slovakia The last run of the summer railway line starts from Rijeka railway station on Saturday (September 26) RegioJeta from Prague, Brno and Bratislava to Rijeka, which will complete the first season of the direct railway line from the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the Croatian coast.
They did nothing to improve those rankings.But Kershaw did walk a batter (gasp) – only his sixth in 92 2/3 innings this season.He was called for a balk – by first base umpire Joe West (ah, that explains it) – and was visibly upset. Lip readers with Time Warner Cable (a limited audience, admittedly) could see Kershaw telling West it was “not even close” to a balk.And, he not only hit a batter but it was the opposing pitcher leading off the sixth inning. It was the first time in his career Kershaw has hit an opposing pitcher with a pitch and led to a 27-pitch workout to get through his final inning.“That was Doc’s decision,” Kershaw said of being pulled by Dodgers manager Dave Roberts after the wearying inning. “He obviously saw the sixth. It wasn’t very good regardless of fatigue or not. It wasn’t very good. He obviously saw that.”Maybe Kershaw had spent some of his strength lifting the Dodgers’ offense. On a night when the Dodgers managed just six hits, Kershaw beat out an infield single in the third inning for one of them and came around to score on Justin Turner’s two-out RBI single.That was all the scoring until the Dodgers pushed across three more runs in the eighth inning. By then, the Dodgers’ bullpen had been left with an uncommonly-heavy load to carry on Kershaw’s day. Dodgers relievers Joe Blanton, Pedro Baez and Jansen closed it out – but not without some drama.Jansen walked the first batter he faced in the ninth inning and was so disgusted with himself that he rolled the ball into the dugout while calling for a new ball. Freddie Freeman was advanced to second on the play and Jansen had to strike out Nick Markakis and Tyler Flowers to strand him at third and preserve the shutout.“I just got pissed, man,” Jansen said. “I should never walk the leadoff guy. That’s unacceptable and I just lost my composure.” The Dodgers aimed an elephant gun at an ant. But never really pulled the trigger.Clayton Kershaw didn’t need to be at his best to beat the Atlanta Braves – and he wasn’t. But he still pitched six scoreless innings and scored the first run in a 4-0 victory over the Braves Saturday night.In the most telling set of numbers defining the Dodgers’ season to date, they are now 11-1 when Kershaw starts – 19-26 when he doesn’t.But the six innings of work Saturday night was his shortest start of the season and his four strikeouts were also a season-low for the major-league leader. “He’s a human guy. He’s not a robot,” Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen said. “I know he doesn’t like that. I know he doesn’t think that’s acceptable. But when he is human, we have to pick him up.”The Dodgers’ bullpen did that, completing the combined shutout with three scoreless innings – a favor Kershaw doesn’t like to ask.“I wasn’t great tonight,” he said. “Physically I felt fine but the ball wasn’t coming out great. It was just one of those nights where it’s kind of a grind.“Six innings … is not acceptable. I’ll take it for tonight. But I don’t ever want leave three innings for the bullpen.”The Braves seemed perfect foils for Kershaw to muscle up and finish what he started. The last-place Braves also rank last in the majors in runs scored, home runs, batting average and OPS. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error