In order to enrich and aesthetically valorize the construction site of the Park Hotel in Rovinj, Maistra decoratively illuminated seven cranes up to 48 meters high in the evening, which creates an interesting and different view of the city center. The cranes are reminiscent of the Pula giants, and certainly contribute to a more beautiful view of the city and try to mitigate the negative aspect due to the ongoing construction work.Also, by temporarily stopping the works on the new Maistra hotel and marina in Rovinj, direct access to the beaches and hotels of Monte Mulini, Lone and Eden is again provided by a fenced promenade. ” In order to ennoble and aesthetically valorize the construction site space, seven cranes up to 48 meters high are decoratively lit in the evening, creating a spectacular view from the city center. The new tourist attraction will be active until the resumption of works in September this year. ” stand out from Maistra.The opening of a new hotel worth 600 million kuna is planned for next summer, and the hotel will have 209 accommodation units, 6 restaurants, 3800 square meters of wellness & spa center, shopping promenade, congress hall overlooking the old town. By 2020, Maistra will invest an additional two billion kuna, which will put 95 percent of hotel capacity at the highest level of supply.Related news: MAISTRA INVESTS 2020 BILLION HRK IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TOURISM BUSINESS BY 2
A Fairbanks student is charged with terroristic threatening due to a social media post.Fairbanks North Star Borough School District spokeswoman Sharice Walker said staff at West Valley High School were alerted Thursday morning to the threat posted on a student’s Twitter account.Listen now“So administration located the student , placed the school into a ‘sit tight’ mode, conducted a search on the students and the students’ vehicles, contacted Troopers,” Walker said.State Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters said the student — identified as 19-year-old Nickholas Palacio — posted about shooting classmates.“Troopers did go to the school and made contact with the student and there was no possession of any firearm during the incident or anything like that,” Peters said. “The student was taken into custody and remanded to FCC under the charge of terroristic threatening in the second degree.”Peters said Troopers are not aware of any continued threat.Peters added that Troopers were flooded with calls from West Valley parents asking if they should pick up their kids.The School District said parents were notified about what happened, but the school day continued, as normal, following a 20-minute sit-tight.