Located ten meters from the famous sandy beach Duce, one of the symbols of the Omis region, this first boutique hotel in the Bluesun chain has 31 accommodation units, of which 25 rooms and 6 suites, wellness & spa, outdoor heated pool, bar and a la carte The River Restaurant. The newest, sixteenth hotel in the Bluesun Hotels & Resorts chain opens its doors on the first day of June in Duće near Omis – Bluesun Hotel Nestos, which is categorized with 4 *** stars. “Individual approach to guests, friendly atmosphere, top offer of bars, restaurants, wellness and accommodation, offer of excursions and additional facilities are what we insist on. A guest who comes to Croatia knows why he chose her. Its beauty, the spirit of its historic towns and cities, the experience of the pristine Mediterranean, hospitality and professionalism – these are what make them come. So, I believe, it will be here, in Duce. In the privacy and peace of the hotel, with a beautiful beach literally – in the palm of your hand, you can completely merge with the place and feel Dalmatia. “Pointed out Martina Kovačić, director of the Salve Regina company Marija Bistrica Bluesun took over this newly built hotel from a local entrepreneur and will be on lease for the next ten years, as long as the Contract is signed. As Kovačić points out, in the first days of June, the booking started very well and a successful first season is expected. For now, it is planned to work until October 31, but the market will determine whether it may be longer, Kovačić concludes. Although according to all announcements and data from the field, this season will be, to say the least, challenging and according to the best expectations at last year’s level, the booking situation for a hotel that has a “soft opening” is very good. The first boutique hotel in the Bluesun chain The basic service is bed and breakfast, and guests can enjoy Mediterranean specialties a la carte a restaurant whose imaginative menu, based on local gastronomy, was designed by Bluesun’s corporate chef, Tomislav Kožić. The hotel, which owes its name to the ancient name for the river Cetina, is dominated by details in its distinctive, deep blue-green color that, as a motif, runs through the walls, designer furniture and carefully designed details blended with modern materials and stone. The youngest member of the chain, is conceptually different from the existing hotels in other sea destinations located in Bol, Supetar, Brela, Supetar, Tucepi, Stariagrad Paklenica. It has a very specific architecture, and consists of three buildings connected by “bridges” with a view of the pool, or a la carte restaurant.
South Africans last month filled the Dome, this week they will fill up McDonalds. McDonalds introduced a special for the first 500 customers at every branch for their 20th birthday and people flocked to get their hands the R20 meal.The hashtag #FillUpMcDonalds quickly started trending on Twitter. Here’s what Twitter users had to say: https://twitter.com/QteeMorake/status/664359433917591553?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
Statewide—Every year, millions of Americans commemorate Memorial Day to honor the sacrifices so many have made to protect our country. This holiday weekend might not be like past years, so while we keep public health recommendations in mind, let’s not forget food safety practices to prevent foodborne illnesses.For those who choose to celebrate outdoors, The Ripley County Health Department website has recommendations on food safety tips to keep your outdoor activities safe and fun this Memorial Day weekend.For any food safety questions this summer, call the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) or chat live at ask.usda.gov from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday. Remember food safety to have a safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!