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Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes

first_imgThe Ministry of Tourism has published an example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. proving entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes. Name and surname of the owner of the accommodation service provider / company name:(Name and surname of the owner of accommodation / company)Object / company address:(Address of the accommodation / company)Type of service: (example – accommodation service)(Type of service):Service and recipient information:Name and surname of the customer of the service:(Name and Surname of the buyer of service)Number of people for whom the service was purchased: (example- 4)(Number of persons for whom the service is purchesed)Period for which the service was purchased (date from / to): (example – 01.06.2020 – 15.06.2020.)(Period for which the service is purchased (date from / to))  Although it seems like unnecessary information, people in practice often wander around and don’t know what a booking confirmation should look like. We now have an official confirmation of the layout of the form, ie what it must consist of, to which we must add our data or memorandum. Provider information: Therefore, the booking confirmation should contain the following information: Attachment: Example of confirmation of accommodation reservation / charter services / etc. which proves entry into the Republic of Croatia for tourist purposes The booking confirmation can be printed in the form of a document or e-mail, and the guest must have it when entering the Republic of Croatia and show it at the border crossing. last_img read more

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Dare County Beach Nourishment Projects on Display Today

first_imgThe Town of Kill Devil Hills will today, July 26, hold a public meeting on the ongoing beach nourishment projects in the County of Dare.According to the town, the public update meeting on the northern Dare beach nourishment projects is set to start at 1:00 p.m. in the Meeting Room at the Administration Building, 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road.Officials from Great Lakes Dredge and Dock, APTIM coastal engineering firm, and state and local representatives will be present to provide general updates on the project schedule and progression.GLDD was awarded the $38 million Dare County Beach Nourishment Project back in 2016. During the works, approximately 4 million cubic yards of sand will be dredged and pumped on shore to replenish the coast in towns of Duck, Kitty Hawk, and Kill Devil Hills.The company has already completed the Duck portion of the project, which started in May 2017, and is putting finishing touches in the town of Kill Devil Hills.GLDD is planning to complete the entire project by this fall.last_img read more

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Math remains schools biggest testing hurdle

first_imgHigh school sophomores across Clark County and Washington today are finishing reading and writing portions of the annual state assessment exam, which most must pass in order to earn their diploma.Nothing new there.In April, 10th-graders will take the science portion of the High School Proficiency Exam — successor to the former Washington Assessment of Student Learning, or WASL — also needed to graduate in 2013.Science is new to the diploma mix, although little is different from last year’s exam section.But it’s math, again, that presents the biggest change and potential hurdle for the Class of 2013 and beyond.Washington’s math assessment currently is clear as mud, raising concerns that many students in grades 8-10 might not be prepared for the switch.Here’s how it was supposed to work, starting this year: Rather than tackle one, all-inclusive math exam, the Class of 2013 would take end-of-year exams — dubbed “End of Course” or EOC exams — as they complete the two standard high school courses offered by Washington’s public schools.Those are either Algebra I or Integrated Mathematics I (the integrated option is used in most Clark County schools); or Geometry or Integrated Mathematics 2.last_img read more