first_imgThus, Adriatic.hr is one of the first travel agencies that, thanks to the efforts of the internal team, successfully completed the API integration of private accommodation for the Trivago portal. In addition to comparing prices, Hotel Trivago has added the offer of private accommodation to its services, and the agency is Adriatic.hr, which, thanks to the mentioned integration, managed to list its entire offer of private accommodation on their website, which has over 14.000 accommodation units. Cover photo: Illustration by HrTurizam.hr Leading agencies in terms of online booking of private accommodation in Croatia, Adriatic.hr, represents a kind of turning point in the offer of private accommodation.  The Adriatic.hr travel agency owes its success to the constant application of technical solutions and innovations, so it is not surprising that the IT sector is part of its identity, which ultimately led to a constant search for new ideas to improve the rental market. “By monitoring market trends, the opportunity and need to establish partnerships with various global companies was identified, to which Adriatic.hr quickly established itself as the most important domestic business partner. ” point out from the Adriatic.hr agency center_img By the way, Trivago is a growing hotel search engine that allows users to compare hotel prices with just a few clicks, and searches more than 400 search sites and more than 1,8 million hotels in more than 190 countries. Niame, private accommodation within the Adriatic.hr offer will be listed on the largest website for comparing accommodation prices online – trivago. last_img read more


first_imgBy Julian GuyverLONDON, England (AFP) – West Indies go into today’s third and deciding Test at Lord’s with the chance to complete a dramatic turnaround and win their first series in England in almost 30 years.The Caribbean side last triumphed in England in 1988 when a team boasting a clutch of all-time greats including Gordon Greenidge, Viv Richards, Malcolm Marshall and Curtly Ambrose romped to a 4-0 win.The West Indies dominated Test cricket for two decades but their decline has been precipitous and they are currently languishing at eighth in the world rankings, with just Bangladesh and Zimbabwe below them.Having dusted down the “obituaries” after the series opener at Edgbaston — when the visitors slumped to a defeat by an innings and 209 runs – few pundits gave Jason Holder’s novice West Indies side any chance of a revival in Leeds.Yet, despite being set more than 300 to win in the fourth innings following a declaration by England captain Joe Root, the tourists showed true grit to win by five wickets.Shai Hope became the first batsman in history to score hundreds in both innings of a match at Headingley, putting his side in a strong position with 147 before following up his maiden Test century with a match-clinching 118 not out in the second innings.After the fourth day of a match of fluctuating fortunes, ex-England captain Nasser Hussain, a former Essex team-mate of West Indies coach Stuart Law, said the tourists were flagging because the physical demands of a Test match were greater than that of Twenty20 cricket.A satisfied Law said,: “People make assumptions all the time.”“But he (Hussain) doesn’t know the characters that are inside that dressing room – he doesn’t even know me and I played with him at Essex,” the former Australia batsman added.“Not a lot of these players play T20 cricket anyway. I think it was great we sent him a big humble pie to go and chomp on in the commentary box.”England even took the risk of dropping in-form seamer Toby Roland-Jones, whose three Tests this season have yielded 14 wickets, for the Headingley Test, bringing in Chris Woakes for his first Test of the home campaign after injury, seemingly to get some overs under his belt ahead of the upcoming Ashes tour of Australia.The home side, however, have recalled Roland-Jones on his Middlesex home ground and dropped Woakes in the only change to their side.“Home conditions, he (Roland-Jones) obviously knows the surfaces and is bowling very well at the moment,” Root told reporters at Lord’s yesterday after announcing his team.“It’s obviously very difficult to leave somebody like Chris out; he’s been a consistent performer in Test cricket for England.“But this is a team I think is going to win this week,” star batsman Root added.England still have doubts about their problem top-order batting positions with number three Tom Westley under most scrutiny after a run of single-figure scores.“That extra pressure will find out a bit more about people’s character and things like that so it should be an exciting week,” said England spearhead James Anderson.Having gone wicketless on the last day in Leeds, Anderson arrives at Lord’s still three away from becoming the first England bowler to take 500 Test wickets.“To be honest, I do try to put it to the back of my mind,” Anderson said.“We desperately need to win this Test match to win the series so I’m going to be focused completely on doing my job for the team when we get out there.”last_img read more


first_imgMORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZN“I don’t think we operate in a world of temptation,” Van Wagenen said, via MLB.com. “We want to try to go build the best team that we can. We like the guys that we have here. As people are fairly aware of, we’ll always monitor opportunities to get better, but we like the guys that we have. Including Jason Vargas.”Vargas surrendered four runs and three walks while recording just one out in his start Saturday against the Braves. The Mets fell in that game, 11-7.“We have confidence in him,” Van Wagenen said. “We have confidence in this team. We’re not going to be making drastic changes to our club after one bad inning of a start where he had a schedule that was derailed from the start of the season.”The @Braves get to Jason Vargas early. pic.twitter.com/dDjrNkrmNX— Sporting News MLB (@sn_mlb) April 14, 2019In total, Vargas holds a 14.21 ERA in three appearances so far in 2019. He has walked four and allowed 14 hits in 6 1/3 innings pitched.New York manager Mickey Callaway said the team “has faith” in Vargas.“We need to give Vargas every opportunity to go out there and succeed at this point,” Callaway said. “He’s done it in the past. He’s struggled and then figured it out. Jason Vargas will continue to be the Mets’ fifth starter.The 36-year-old left-hander has struggled this season and New York has reportedly been in contact with free agent Dallas Keuchel. But, general manager Brodie Van Wagenen told reporters Vargas will remain in the team’s rotation. “We’ve got to get Vargas on a roll to be the best team (we can be). We’ve talked about this in the past, Vargas needs to pitch well. And we’re going to try to get him every opportunity to do that.”Vargas signed a two-year, $16 million deal with the Mets in February 2018. He tallied a 7-9 record with a 5.77 ERA in his first season with the team.last_img read more