Valamar Lanterna Premium Camping Resort won the award – Camping2Be

first_imgIn addition to the recognition of leading European car clubs, Valamar’s Lanterna Premium Camping Resort also received the award of the first portal dedicated to reviews of camp service users – Camping2Be – based on the best ratings in the competition of 4.000 European campsites.This recognition is awarded only to campsites of the highest quality standard, and only those campsites with an average rating between 7 and 10, which are awarded by guests who have booked their accommodation in the camp via the portal www.camping2be.com, enter the company of the best. The ratings refer to ten different categories, ie the reception, the price-quality ratio, comfort and cleanliness, the quality of the accommodation, the general impression and other facilities in the camp are evaluated.In their reviews, Valamar’s guests praise the location and arrangement of the camp, tidiness and cleanliness, spacious plots, surroundings and atmosphere, proximity to the sea and employees. “We are proud of another recognition we received, which is even more valuable to us because it comes from our guests. We are extremely glad that the guests recognize the efforts of all our employees who from year to year do their best to provide our guests with a true dream vacation and unforgettable memories. Lanterna Premium Camping Resort is proud of its top quality accommodation and services, and this season introduces a number of novelties and facilities (new sports zone V Sport Park, Maro Premium Village, new glamping tents and beaches for Glamping Village guests, etc.) which, I believe, delight our guests” said the director of the camping resort Bruno Radoš.The portal www.camping2be.com gathers more than 4000 camps in Europe, of which as many as 49 are from Croatia (Istria, Kvarner and the surroundings of Zadar), and most of them are located in France. This year’s selection of the best included seven Croatian camps.last_img read more

Box with cremated remains donated to local Goodwill claimants sought

first_imgThe Vancouver Police Department is looking for anyone associated with a wooden box containing cremated remains recently donated to a local Goodwill store.The department, in a news release, said officers responded to a call Sunday from the Goodwill at 6425 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., after an employee going through donated items found the box.The worker checked and found the trapezoidal box contained cremated remains. It appeared the box was donated mistakenly, police said.The box is made of a darker wood, has a handle and latch on one end and two wooden letter M’s attached to its face, with the name Michelle Miller written on the letters.The department evidence unit is looking for any family members or people associated with the box so it can be returned. Anyone with information regarding the box can call the Vancouver Police Department’s Evidence Unit at 360-487-7404.last_img read more