The Tourist Board of the island of Krk, in cooperation with all tourist boards on the island, has developed new, free mobile applications KRKhike i KRKbike.Hike & Bike is a new, free application for all lovers of the island of Krk who love walking and hiking, and allows you to search for hiking and mountaineering trails, and GPS navigation routes. Krkbike application allows you to search for bike routes by categories, road, MTB and trekking as well as allows GPS navigation of routes.You can download the KrkBike and KrkHike app for iOS and Android here .The most important thing in the whole story is to inform your guests about these applications, because it was made just for them, ie those guests who want an active vacation. Share this information through your newsletters and your social networks, and you can also print a notice and put it in your accommodation units.Don’t forget, guests do not come to the island of Krk because of your accommodation, but precisely because of the offer of a tourist destination, and that active vacation, ie content, is one of the solutions to extend the tourist season.
LINCOLN, Neb. – Eleven more IMCA rookie drivers have received $100 gift cards and prize packages from Speedway Motors after winning career-first features.By division, those drivers include:IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified – Chris Heim at WaKeeney Speedway on May 4; Jake Strayer at Quad City Speedway on May 25; Brenten DeYoung at Crystal Motor Speedway on May 25; and Kenny Baumann at Billings Motorsports Park on June 7.IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Car – Tony Dowd at Kennedale Speedway Park on May 17. Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod – Jorddon Braaten at Southern Oregon Speedway on May 17; and Rich Pavlicek at Buffalo River Race Park on June 8. Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod – Garett Rawls at Heart O’ Texas Speedway on May 30.Mach-1 Sport Compact – Austin Maxwell at Aztec Speedway on May 3; Jacob Kofoot at Hancock County Speedway on May 16; and Colton Florea at Algona Raceway on May 31.
Jesus Gamez has joined on a two-year deal 1 Newcastle have completed the signing of Atletico Madrid defender Jesus Gamez.The 31-year-old Spaniard, who has featured 12 times in the Champions League in his career, has penned an initial two-year contract at St. James’ Park and becomes the Magpies’ fourth summer arrival.The versatile full-back spent three years as Malaga’s captain before joining Atletico in 2014, where he helped them reach the final of last season’s Champions League.“I am really looking forward to starting the next part of my career at Newcastle,” said Gamez.“It was the right time to leave Atletico Madrid and this is the right move for me.“We have an exciting project here, to bring Newcastle back to where it belongs, in the Premier League, and I am very happy to be a part of that.”Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez added: “I am really pleased to bring Jesus here to Newcastle.“He is a very good defender who can play on both sides, left and right.“He is experienced, I know he has great character and, importantly, he is an excellent professional. I am sure he will give balance to the team.”