The Zagreb County Tourist Board, in cooperation with local caterers, is organizing the Taste Days of the Zagreb region

first_imgFrom November 26 to December 2, the Zagreb County Tourist Board is organizing the Days of Tastes of the Zagreb Region event for the first time in cooperation with ten restaurants, holders of the Tastes of the Zagreb Region standard.In the mentioned period, at a promotional price of 90 kuna, you will be able to enjoy the traditional gastronomic specialties of the Zagreb County. “It is a continuation of the project in which we encourage the development of traditional eno-gastronomic activities through joint activities and contribute to strengthening market positioning and recognition. ”  stand out from the Zagreb County Tourist Board.Facilities included Days of Taste of the Zagreb region: Bistro Babriga (Velika Gorica), Excursion site Vina Kos-Jurišić (Sveti Ivan Zelina), Hotel Bunčić (Vrbovec), Rural tourism Kezele (Ivanić-Grad), Restaurant Samoborska klet (Samobor), Restaurant Golf Zaprešić), Excursion site Suhina (Sveta Nedelja), Restaurant Ivančić (Jastrebarsko), Ekopark Krašograd (Pisarovina) and Rural household Stara preša (Šenkovec).ANNEX: MENU – Days of Taste of the Zagreb regionTastes of Croatian tradition – Tastes of the Zagreb region is a project of the county and local tourist boards and the company DMK Vall042 with the intention of enriching the tourist offer and developing new tourist products. The main goal is to improve the offer of traditional local dishes, drinks and products in the daily offer of catering facilities and on that basis a more meaningful development of eno-gastronomic tourism.The main goal is to mark and build a strong market recognition of restaurants with standards “Tastes” and their identity as a place that guarantees and provides a true experience of local dishes, drinks and local traditional products. The “Tastes” standard is actually the construction of a common identity for the experience of local dishes, drinks and products, with a kind of promise to guests that there is a daily offer of traditional dishes and drinks in the marked facility.The standard can be awarded to a catering facility that usually operates for at least three years and meets the established minimum requirements set by the ordinance: to have at least two local traditional dishes and six beverage labels in the daily offer, of which at least four are wines, and to which is carried out in five categories: Food, Service, Drink, Ambience, Environment) achieves a minimum of 75 out of a possible 100 points.Great story and concept, but unfortunately poor realization.Just organizing a special offer in catering facilities is not enough for the whole project to be self-sustainable and to develop further. Great form, but poor content. This should be just the finale of the whole project, which is accompanied by various other events based on local gastronomy and tradition. Of course accompanied by strong promotion, both local to activate and raise awareness of the local population, and in the city of Zagreb as the primary market.Certainly good foundations and support for the project, but the whole story should be raised to a much higher level and quality of performance.last_img read more

PSG set asking price for Arsenal to sign Layvin Kurzawa

first_img Metro Sport ReporterFriday 17 Jan 2020 4:11 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link5kShares Kurzawa is out of contract with PSG this summer (Getty Images)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 CityAdvertisementAdvertisementThe report claims that PSG are willing to let Kurzawa leave and are not looking to sign a replacement.The left-back has made 14 appearances for PSG this season but often as a substitute.When asked about securing potential signings for Arsenal this month, Mikel Arteta said: ‘Yes, but it has to be the right player, in the right context that financially we can compete and we can attract and all these factors, if you put them together, are not easy in this market.’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 PSG set asking price for Arsenal to sign Layvin Kurzawa Arsenal have been in talks to sign Layvin Kurzawa from PSG (Getty Images)Arsenal will need to pay between €5 million and €7m (£4.2m – £6m) to sign Layvin Kurzawa from Paris Saint-Germain this month, according to reports in France.The Gunners have been in talks with agent Kia Joorabchian, who is attempting to broker a deal between the two clubs.Kurzawa is out of contract at the end of the season and with PSG not renewing his deal, the 27-year-old would be available on a free transfer this summer.But Arsenal are looking to complete a deal in the January transfer window and L’Equipe claim that PSG are holding out for a small transfer fee.ADVERTISEMENT Comment Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more

Classic France-Germany clashes

first_imgGermany’s win laid the foundations for a triumphant campaign that saw Joachim Loew’s men hammer Brazil 7-1 in the semis before beating Argentina 1-0 in extra time in the final.France 0 West Germany 2World Cup semi-final, June 25, 1986Four years after the infamous Schumacher-Battiston incident, relations between two European giants had barely thawed.Any pre-match nerves were kicked into touch after just nine minutes when Andreas Brehme gave the Germans an early lead in Guadalajara.The combined talents of Michel Platini, Jean Tigana, Luiz Fernandez and Alain Giresse failed to conjure a leveller and West Germany, with Harald Schumacher still in goal, were left rejoicing when Rudi Voeller hit their second in the final minute of regulation time.Germany’s celebrations did not last as Italy won the Madrid final 3-1.West Germany 3 France 3 (West Germany win 5-4 on penalties)World Cup semi-final, July 8, 1982Considered one of the all-time World Cup classics, West Germany’s semi-final win over France in 1982 will forever be overshadowed by goalkeeper Harald Schumacher’s mid-air charge on Patrick Battiston, leaving the French defender with broken teeth and broken ribs.He briefly slipped into a coma and teammate Michel Platini said he feared Battiston had died on the pitch because he had no pulse.Schumacher, who has always said he was going for the ball, went unpunished because Dutch referee Charles Corver stated he did not see the incident.The violence eclipsed a classic match between the European foes, Platini levelling from the penalty spot only minutes after Pierre Littbarski had given the Germans a 17th minute lead.The game went to extra-time, where France took a 3-1 lead thanks to Marius Tresor and Alain Giresse, only for Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Klaus Fischer to pull the match level 3-3.At the penalty shootout, Maxime Bossis’s missed spot-kick handed a 5-4 win to West Germany, who went on to lose the final to Argentina 3-2.“It is a scar that will remain forever,” said France’s midfield linchpin Giresse.Post-competition, a French newspaper poll asked which German was the least popular in France: Schumacher beat Adolf Hitler into second.France 6 West Germany 3World Cup 3rd place match, June 28, 1958A comprehensive 6-3 win over West Germany to claim a consolation third-place finish in the 1958 World Cup in Sweden remains France’s only competitive victory over the Germans.With four goals in the nine-goal thriller, Just Fontaine emerged as a hero for Les Bleus after a performance that also saw Raymond Kopa hit a penalty and Yvon Douis hit the net in the 50th minute.Fontaine’s 13 goals at the 1958 finals remains a record for a single World Cup tournament.Share on: WhatsApp France weathered a first-half storm in Marseille as Germany dominated possession, but Antoine Griezmann fired the hosts ahead just before the interval from the penalty spot after Bastian Schweinsteiger handled.Atletico Madrid striker Griezmann added France’s second goal on 72 minutes, tucking home a loose ball after Germany goalkeeper Manuel Neuer failed to properly deal with Paul Pogba’s cross.France 0 Germany 1World Cup quarter-final, July 4, 2014Over 74,000 fans packed the Maracana Stadium in Rio De Janeiro to see France and Germany meet for the fourth time at a World Cup and the Germans walked away victorious.After just 13 minutes, centre-back Mats Hummels got ahead of his marker Raphael Varane to meet Toni Kroos’s free-kick and head past France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.France striker Karim Benzema spurned a late chance to level and take the match into extra-time when he shot straight at Germany ‘keeper Neuer.France’s third consecutive World Cup defeat to Germany left many of their debutant players, including Griezmann, in tears. Marseille, France | AFP |France beat Germany in the Euro 2016 semi-final on Thursday for their first win over their neighbours at a major tournament since 1958. Here are the classic France v Germany matches:France 2 Germany 0European Championship semi-final, July 7, 2016Two years after losing to Germany in the quarter-finals of the World Cup, France gained revenge as they booked their spot in the Euro 2016 final.last_img read more

Lacey Alternate Watering Schedule Begins June 1

first_imgSubmitted by The City of LaceyLacey water customers will follow an alternate day watering schedule for their yards and outdoor landscapes beginning Monday, June 1, 2015. Alternate day watering is mandatory for all Lacey water customers during the months of June, July, August, and September.The Lacey City Council approved the watering policy in 2006, as an effort to reduce peak water demand during the summer. Lacey’s water usage has exceeded 13 million gallons per day during summer months compared with only five million gallons per day in the winter.Water customers with addresses ending with an odd number (i.e., 1, 3, 5, 7, & 9) may water Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday. Addresses ending with an even number (i.e., 0, 2, 4, 6, & 8) may water on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Friday is a non-watering day for all Lacey water customers.Scheduled watering applies to turf (grass), annual and perennial ornamental flowerbeds, vegetable gardens, and any other landscaping plant material that is regularly maintained outside of a residence or commercial building. Water used for other purposes such as pools, pressure washing, outdoor potted plants, hanging baskets, and plants inside greenhouses are not currently restricted by this policy. Lacey water customers failing to follow the alternate day watering schedule will receive a warning. Repeated violations could ultimately lead to service being discontinued.The water policy does allow limited exemptions. For example, newly seeded lawns, newly installed landscapes, and publicly-owned facilities with active playfields may be watered more frequently. To obtain an exemption under the alternate day watering schedule, customers must contact Lacey Water Resources.On May 15, 2015 Governor Inslee declared a drought emergency for Washington State. Lacey does not anticipate water shortages in the near future nor does it anticipate a need to enforce water conservation measures or place restrictions on water use because of the 2015 drought emergency. Regardless, Lacey Water Resources encourages all of its customers to conserve water both indoors and outdoors. Lacey Water Resources requires all customers to follow the odd-even watering policy, which is designed to limit peak water demand, June 1 through September 30.For more information regarding the alternate day watering policy, please contact Lacey Water Resources at (360) 438-2687, or by email at WaterResources@ci.lacey.wa.us. Information is also available on the city’s website at www.ci.lacey.wa.us/odd-even. Facebook201Tweet0Pin0last_img read more