The list also includes the English province of Kent, the Portuguese province of Algarve and Asturias in northern Spain, followed by the Canary Islands, southern Goa, Chilean Lake District, Sri Lankan Kalkudah Beach, Fort Cochin in India and Nicoya in Costa Rica, and French Arles and Greek Peloponnese. In the article entitled “Top holiday destinations 2020: 12 best places to travel next year”Editor Francesca Specter presents Istria as a heart-shaped peninsula in northwestern Croatia. She describes it as a place devoid of crowds, with a long coastline and pebble beaches, and for illustration she chose a photograph of Rovinj, taken from the air. In fact, the whole story is interesting because it is a native article of a booking platform, which on the right offers its option for booking a hotel. Explore, they may have an interesting story to put your hotel on the platform list as well. It’s always good that revenue doesn’t just come from one platform, as well as that you’re only on one platform. Since they positioned their narrative through Yahoo! worth exploring. The twelve selected destinations, according to Yahoo !, offer more value for money and an opportunity to expand your horizons, emphasizing that they are a great alternative to places like Majorca and Marbella in Spain, where Britons traditionally like to travel. But regardless of that, any such news on the global media generates great visibility and free PR and strengthens the reputation and recognition of our destination in world markets. This news is especially significant because it is a niche market, ie the UK market. Yahoo! recommends Istria to the British for travel in the coming year. Attachment: YAHOO! Top holiday destinations 2020: 12 best places to travel next year
MLB trade rumors: Cubs looking to add leadoff hitter, reliever before deadline The Cubs are among the teams showing interest in Nick Castellanos. They probably want to move Jason Heyward to center, add Castellanos RH bat in right. This one has some teeth.— Chris McCosky (@cmccosky) July 21, 2019Castellanos is slashing .280/.339/.467 with 10 home runs and 35 RBIs in 92 games this season. He has blasted 103 homers over his seven-year career.Castellanos will be a free agent after the season and said last month he was not expecting to be with the Tigers long term. Related News Theo Epstein explains Cubs’ trade deadline strategy The Tigers appear like they’ll have multiple options if they decide to move Nicholas Castellanos.The Cubs are interested in dealing for the 27-year-old slugger, according to multiple reports, including the Detroit News and MLB.com. “I don’t have a college education,” Castellanos said at the time, via The Athletic. “But I can pick up the pieces and put a puzzle together. I’m not saying that this is 100% what it’s going to be, but if I’m a gambling man, I don’t see (the Tigers) offering me an extension at this point in time.”The Braves have been linked to Castellanos, as well, while Detroit is willing to listen to offers for Matthew Boyd and Shane Greene, along with “virtually any veteran on its roster,” according to an earlier report from MLB Network.“The guys that should be worried are the guys that no one is interested in,” Detroit manager Ron Gardenhire said last month. “So, when people care, and your name is being thrown around, it ought to flatter you. That’s what I throw out there. Just be happy that someone wants you in this game.”The Tigers have been one of the worst teams in MLB this season and entered Sunday well out of playoff contention with a 29-65 record. They’ve lost six in a row and 11 of their last 12 games. MLB trade rumors: Twins eyeing Madison Bumgarner, Noah Syndergaard, other arms, report says The Cubs, meanwhile, came into the day with a three-game lead over the Brewers in the National League Central.“The more good players you have playing well, the better you’re playing as a team, the more you can kind of focus on certain specific needs,” Chicago president of baseball operations Theo Epstein told The Athletic last week. “That’s certainly what we’re doing. We’re always trying to look for any area to upgrade that’s realistic while keeping the bigger picture in mind, too.”
Eric Timson, the Daily News Wrestler of the Year for the Antelope Valley, accomplished nearly everything he aimed for during his 47-7 senior season at Antelope Valley High. The Antelopes’ four-year starter and three-year captain, competing at 140 pounds, won his first individual Golden League championship and Southern Section Central Division title and reached the semifinals of the Masters Meet to qualify for his first appearance in the state championships. Timson came within one win of a medal at the state meet, rallying after a first-round loss to win four consecutive matches in the consolation bracket and reach the second day of competition. His two losses at the state championship came against wrestlers who went on to win medals. Alfonso Sanchez of McLane of Fresno, who entered the tournament ranked No. 5 in the state and pinned Timson in the final five seconds of their first-round match, finished third. Vinny Maraj of Yucca Valley, who ended Timson’s state run with a 4-2 decision, finished seventh. Timson’s team contributions helped the Antelopes achieve league and section honors. He delivered the win that launched a comeback from a 15-point deficit in their Golden title-clinching tiebreaker victory over 12-time league champion Highland, which had lost just one league match in the previous 13 years. Timson then went 4-0 in the Southern Section Div. V Dual Meet finals to help A.V. reach the title match for the first time in its history. The Antelopes lost to Royal of Simi Valley in the final. ——— ALL-ANTELOPE VALLEY: WRESTLING WRESTLER OF THE YEAR Eric Timson, Sr., Antelope Valley DAILY NEWS ALL-ANTELOPE VALLEY 103: Willie Carranza, Sr., Antelope Valley 112: Jeff Merrill, Jr., Lancaster 119: Jon Vaughn, Sr., Highland 125: Josh Purpus, Sr, Highland 130: Irvin Garcia, Sr., Lancaster 135: Gerry Galaviz, Soph., Highland 140: Randy Wallerstein, Jr., Highland 145: Timothy Javines, Sr., Antelope Valley 152: Ryan Gifford, Jr., Highland 160: Myron Castro, Sr,m Antelope Valley 171: Russell Carlin, Jr., Quartz Hill 189: Luis Michel, Jr, Antelope Valley 215: Kevin Plunkett, Sr, Lancaster 275: Giovanni Sarran, Jr., Palmdale Dave Shelburne, (818) 713-3609 [email protected] AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl event160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!