SheIn Simple Velvet Tank Feels Insanely Luxurious and Soft

first_img– Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Question: Is there a fabric that exudes luxury and festive vibes more than velvet? If we could get away with it, we would probably wear it all year long. Come to think of it, we can do that. Velvet has become one of the trendiest textures around, and it’s certainly made a splash in the fashion marketplace.- Advertisement – This tank top has a V-neckline that’s mirrored in the front and back. It’s a cami-style tank, so it has thin spaghetti straps that are dainty and elegant. This top is made entirely of velvet, including the straps. You can even pick it up in two different forms of velvet too — smooth or crushed!This tank top is rendered in a standard length that hits right at the middle of the hips. It’s ideal to wear with a pair of jeans, and if you’re comfortable enough, you can absolutely team it with leggings too. Tanks like these are fall staples, as they’re practically made for layering. Throw on a fuzzy sweater or a leather jacket over it, and you instantly have the dreamiest autumn ensemble!SheIn Women's Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank TopSheIn Women’s Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank Top (Dark Purple) AmazonSee it!- Advertisement – These days, you can score velvet shoes, pants and even puffer jackets made from the material. But if you’re a velvet novice, why not start out easy with a simple tank like this one from SheIn? It adds that little touch of glamour — you can indulge in the fad without going overboard. Plus, it’s a seriously affordable option that’s still incredibly high-quality!SheIn Women's Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank TopSheIn Women’s Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank Top (Light Navy) AmazonSee it!Get the SheIn Women’s Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank Top for prices starting at just $14, available on Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – Get the SheIn Women’s Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank Top for prices starting at just $14, available on Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.While the majority of colors this tank is available in are made from the smooth velvet option, the crushed versions are equally glamorous. The latter adds increased texture to the look and gives the tank an eye-catching metallic effect. The best part? You can’t go wrong.See it: Get the SheIn Women’s Casual Basic Strappy Velvet V Neck Cami Tank Top for prices starting at just $14, available on Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 5, 2020, but are subject to change.Not what you’re looking for? Check out more styles from SheIn and shop all of the clothing, shoes and jewelry available on Amazon! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping!last_img read more

How we know Trump’s election claims a fraud? They don’t contest enough votes to change the outcome

first_img“If those ballots couldn’t change the election to make any difference to how Pennsylvania will be decided, then he doesn’t have a claim he can bring,” Deborah Hellman, a University of Virginia law professor told Bloomberg. In fact, even if he prevailed in the latest ridiculous case in federal court, in which he’s trying to get the whole of Pennsylvania’s vote tossed and with it Biden’s 20 electoral votes, he’d also have to find a way to scrabble together wins in last least one and possibly two of the other close states. “The prospects that a legal challenge in court could reverse the outcome in a way that would produce a Trump victory get harder and harder if it’s not just one state that he has to flip,” said Steven Huefner, deputy director of an election-law program at Ohio State University. “A challenge in a single state is a long shot. Then he’s got three long shots, or something, that he has to make all in succession.”This one is a Rudy Giuliani brain child, and he says they might try to do similar challenges of huge numbers of ballot in Michigan and Wisconsin. Maybe because Trump doesn’t want to pay for recounts. He can stiff his lawyers, but the states have to have the money up front to do recounts. The cases are simply groundless. “A court would not set aside the results of an election, or particular votes, based on violations of laws concerning observation of the counting process,” Michael Morley, an assistant law professor at Florida State University, told Bloomberg. He’s worked on election litigation in Florida. He knows. “Courts will not disturb election results based on unproven generalized claims about the theoretical possibility of fraud.”- Advertisement – Like in Arizona, where the Trump campaign’s allegations that voters were allowed to “overvote” on ballots and should be disqualified but weren’t in Maricopa County. There were 155,860 votes cast in Maricopa on Election Day, and of all of those, there were 180 potential overvotes on the presidential line, according to the county’s attorney, Thomas Liddy. One hundred and eighty votes. Trump is suing over 180 ballots. Biden is ahead in the state by more than 14,700 votes. Yeah, that’s a nuisance suit.There is a danger, however in the case that the U.S. Supreme Court has already meddled in. On Monday, a group of 10 Republican state attorneys general filed an amicus brief to support Pennsylvania Republicans efforts to the the court say that they—not their state’s Supreme Court—have supremacy in determining election laws. They argue that the state Supreme Court did not have the authority to extend the mail-in ballot deadline. This is playing a long game, to say a Republican legislature has ultimate say on election laws, over the state’s supreme court. That opens the possibility of Republican legislatures to further erode voting rights without the check of state supreme courts. They’re looking well beyond Trump, and the U.S. Supreme Court has given them that opening. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Oppo AR Glasses, Concept Phone Teased to Launch on November 17

first_imgAt the Oppo Inno Day 2020 event on November 17, the company also looks to unveil a concept phone. The Weibo teaser suggests that it looks to offer an innovative take on the display screen. A partial glimpse of the phone is offered and it is seen to sport curved edges. It could be a foldable phone with a clamshell-like foldable screen, or the one offered on the Galaxy Fold range. In any event, this will just be a concept phone and isn’t expected to be launched commercially.Apart from these products, Oppo has also teased the arrival of a spatial computing AR app that looks to offer interesting superimposed views in the virtual world. More details on this should also be offered during the event on November 17.For the latest tech news and reviews, follow Gadgets 360 on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel. – Advertisement – Oppo AR Glasses are all set to be unveiled on November 17 alongside a new concept phone and AR applications. The company is hosting a dedicated Oppo Inno Day 2020 event in China, and it has now confirmed that the AR glasses will be launched then. The IoT product has been teased in a poster and it looks to be just like the sunglasses you wear. The Oppo AR Glasses will likely be embedded with a host of sensors to enable an immersive experience for users. Alongside, the AR Glasses, Oppo has also teased the arrival of a concept phone, which may see innovation in the display screen.The company has taken to Weibo to announce that it will introduce Oppo AR Glasses during its Inno Day 2020 event on November 17. The teaser poster has a photo of the glasses, and it shows that the Oppo AR Glasses look similar to sunglasses. There is a metal frame around the edges and additional black curtain frames to block surrounding distractions. It should look to offer an immersive experience, and the Weibo post says (translated), “Sit 3 metres away and enjoy the immersive experience of a 90-inch large screen.”- Advertisement – Tasneem Akolawala Tasneem Akolawala is a Senior Reporter for Gadgets 360. Her reporting expertise encompasses smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the overall tech industry. She reports out of Mumbai, and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecom sector. Tasneem can be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and leads, tips, and releases can be sent to [email protected]last_img read more

Chang Yun Distressed Heart Print Sweater Spreads the Love in Style

first_imgThis adorable distressed heart-print sweater from Chang Yun made Us smile immediately when we came across it. Yes, the pattern is simply swoon-worthy — but the vintage feel took our obsession to the next level.Chang Yun Women's Off Shoulder Knitted Pullover SweaterAmazonSee it!Get the Chang Yun Women’s Off Shoulder Knitted Pullover Sweater for prices starting at just $22, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 16, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – Get the Chang Yun Women’s Off Shoulder Knitted Pullover Sweater for prices starting at just $22, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 16, 2020, but are subject to change.As we mentioned, this sweater is a dreamy pick for the holidays — and one reviewer even noted they wore it to Christmas Eve dinner last year. Apparently, it was a major hit — which we’re not surprised by in the slightest. Of course, a knit like this will come in handy for any themed occasion, but it also can also be worn whenever you want to add some pizzazz to your ensemble. There’s always a reason to spread the love!See it: Get the Chang Yun Women’s Off Shoulder Knitted Pullover Sweater for prices starting at just $22, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 16, 2020, but are subject to change.Not what you’re looking for? Check out more styles from Chang Yun and shop all of the clothing, shoes and jewelry available on Amazon! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping! – Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.When you think of Valentine’s Day, hearts immediately come to mind. While this makes total sense, we happen to love hearts all year long — especially during the holiday season! Fun, festive cheer is what this time of year is all about, so why not reflect that mood with our fashion choices?- Advertisement – This knit sweater is super lightweight and thin, and an ideal layering piece. We suggest wearing a cami underneath when it’s brisk out, and throwing on a bomber jacket, scarf and beanie when it’s seriously frigid. In terms of design, it has a loose and long fit with subtle distressing along the hem and ends of the sleeves. But don’t let that deter you — it’s not too trendy, it has just the right touch of edge to balance out the romantic vibes.This sweater is currently available in numerous color combinations. You can choose one of the options adorned with classic red hearts or go for something a little less traditional, like the white or black hearts. Each garment is made in the same style, so it all comes down to which shade will look best. See it!- Advertisement –last_img read more

FDA approves adding new strain to flu vaccine

first_imgFeb 17, 2005 (CIDRAP News) – A Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee voted yesterday to add the new A/California strain to next season’s influenza vaccine, amid doubts about the nation’s ability to acquire an adequate supply.The advisory committee decided to accept the World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) recent recommendation to include the strain called A/California/7/2004(H3N2) in the vaccine, according to reports from Reuters and USA Today. It will replace the A/Fujian strain in the current vaccine.Reports said the FDA’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee followed the WHO’s advice to keep the other two strains the same as in this year’s vaccine: A/New Caledonia/20/99(H1N1) and B/Shanghai/361/2002.The California strain emerged last September in Santa Clara County and was first identified as a new strain last month, according to previous reports. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported recently that the strain accounted for about 19% of flu virus isolates that the agency has analyzed since last October.In a Reuters report, CDC flu expert Dr. Nancy Cox was quoted as saying that the new strain is already infecting people around the world. She said H3N2 viruses generally cause more severe flu seasons than other viral strains do.USA Today quoted one committee member, Arnold Monto of the University of Michigan, as saying it’s “very hard to predict” whether next season’s vaccine supply will be adequate. He said the committee would discuss supply questions in a closed session today.Sanofi Pasteur, formerly Aventis Pasteur, said it expects to make about 60 million doses of flu vaccine for next season, according to USA Today and Reuters. MedImmune said it would make 3 million doses of its intranasal vaccine, FluMist.It remains unclear whether Chiron Corp. will solve the problems at its Liverpool, England, plant in time to make vaccine for next fall, according to reports this week. The United States lost 50 million doses, about half of its expected supply, last October when contamination problems forced cancellation of all of Chiron’s vaccine deliveries.An FDA official told a congressional committee last week that Chiron will largely determine whether the nation will have enough vaccine next season. In prepared testimony, Jesse L. Goodman, director of the FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said Chiron’s ability to solve its manufacturing problems is “the single most important factor that will determine the adequacy of the U.S. influenza vaccine supply for the coming year.”Chiron is making “extensive improvements” that must satisfy both the FDA and British regulators, Goodman said. The FDA will conduct a thorough inspection of the Chiron plant in the spring when all major phases of vaccine manufacturing are under way, he added. He said it is too early to predict the outcome, but “Chiron appears to be making progress.”See also:Feb 14 CIDRAP News story “WHO picks new California strain for flu vaccine”http://www.cidrap.umn.edu/cidrap/content/influenza/general/news/feb1405vaccine.htmllast_img read more

Japan to end BSE-based ban on US beef again

first_img See also: Under an agreement completed today, Japan will send inspectors to the United States this weekend to check beef processing plants and, if they find no problems, will then allow shipments to resume, according to an Agence-France Presse (AFP) report published today. “This action is being taken to address potential risk of unintentional contamination with ruminant derived protein that may have occurred at this facility from August 2005 to June 2006,” the FDA said. The products were distributed to feed manufacturers and dairy farms in Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Florida, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, California, and Louisiana, the agency said. Only beef from cattle up to the age of 20 months, with higher-risk tissues such as spinal cords removed, can be exported to Japan, the same rules that governed the previous resumption of imports in December. “Although this agreement is another step toward the resumption of beef trade with Japan, I will not be satisfied until U.S. beef is once again accepted into the Japanese market,” Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said in the USDA statement. Koizumi praised the agreement, according to an Associated Press (AP) report. “The U.S. thought we were slow in reaching this decision, while we thought otherwise,” he said. “Our opinions were different, so we discussed the issue. It’s a good agreement.” Agreement precedes US-Japan summitReports said Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi is scheduled to meet with President Bush in Washington late next week. US lawmakers, who have threatened to use retaliatory trade measures against Japan, had urged Japan to settle the issue before the two leaders meet, according to a Reuters report today. Japan closed its ports to American beef when the first US case of BSE, or mad cow disease, was found in December 2003. Shipments resumed last December, but they were stopped again a month later when pieces of backbone, a banned item, were found in a shipment of veal. The Democratic Party of Japan, the largest opposition party, said in a statement quoted by AFP, “The latest decision, not based on science, was made by prioritizing political considerations for Prime Minister Koizumi’s visit to the United States, ignoring food safety for consumers.” Japanese consumer groups and opposition politicians criticized the agreement as hasty and based on politics rather than science.center_img The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) said the Japanese inspectors will finish their work by Jul 21. “Japan has agreed to expeditiously resume beef trade” once the inspections are done, the statement said. Japanese officials will inspect all 35 US beef-processing plants authorized by the USDA to ship products to Japan, according to the Reuters report. After trade resumes, Japanese officials will be allowed to accompany USDA officials on spot inspections of the plants, the AP reported. Feed recalled over possible banned materialIn other BSE-related news, a company based in Westport, Conn., has issued a recall of some livestock feed ingredients that might have contained cattle remains, in violation of the 1997 ban on putting protein from ruminant animals into feed for ruminants, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In a Jun 16 news release, the FDA said H.J. Baker & Bro. recalled three products made at its plant in Albertville, Ala. The products, Pro-Pak with Porcine Meat and Bone, Pro-Lak, and Pro-Amino II, are used to make livestock feed, including feed for dairy cows. US beef exports to Japan were worth about $1.4 billion in 2003, according to news agencies. Jun 21, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – Japan has conditionally agreed to resume importing US beef, long banned from the country because of concern about bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE). The agreement was completed in two lengthy video conferences between US and Japanese officials over the past 2 days, according to news agencies. Jun 16 FDA news release about feed recallhttp://www.fda.gov/oc/po/firmrecalls/hjbaker06_06.html Jun 21 USDA statementlast_img read more

Scientists net bats to look for Marburg virus source

first_img Two bat species have been found in the mine so far, the WHO said: Rousettus aegyptiacus (a fruit bat) and Hipposideros species (an insect eater). About 50 to 90 miners work at the site, which reopened last January, the WHO said, adding that about 5 million bats live in and around the mine. Their mission is to trap bats, which are suspected as the source of a recent Marburg outbreak that killed a Ugandan miner in mid July and is thought to have sickened one of his coworkers, according to recent WHO reports. The WHO said there may be as many as three more suspected cases that have been linked to the mine, located in the western part of the country. WHO podcast on bat study Aug 20, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The hunt for the vector responsible for spreading Marburg hemorrhagic fever took global health experts wearing protective gear to the mine entrances in a remote Ugandan forest last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) recently reported. Marburg, a viral hemorrhagic fever similar to Ebola, causes fever and weakness, as well as severe gastrointestinal symptoms, severe chest pain, sore throat, and cough, according to the WHO. Since the disease was first documented in 1967, outbreaks have been rare. The last major Marburg outbreak occurred in Angola from October 2004 to July 2005; of 252 confirmed cases, 227 were fatal. Christine McNab, a WHO spokesperson, said in a weekly WHO podcast that, of the seven known recent Marburg outbreaks, all but one occurred in Africa. She said the latest outbreak was contained. Lab tests recently confirmed the Marburg virus infection in blood samples from both the dead miner and one of his close contacts, according to an Aug 14 WHO report. See also:center_img The mine where scientists are working is about 186 miles from Uganda’s capital Kampala. Working with mist and harp nets, they trap the bats at the mouth of the mine as the animals leave after dusk to seek food and water, the WHO report said. The scientists’ goal is to catch 100 bats a day until they collect about 1,000. After the bats are caught, they are taken to a nearby field laboratory where researchers immediately take blood and organ samples that will be used to examine for Marburg virus antibodies, the WHO reported.  The samples are preserved in liquid nitrogen and shipped to labs at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Communicable Diseases in South Africa. Experts hope that identifying a vector for the disease will lead to the development of treatment or a vaccine, as well as new tactics for stopping virus transmission. Aug 17 WHO report on bat study Aug 14 WHO statement on Marburg case Aug 3 CIDRAP News story “Marburg fever case confirmed in Uganda”last_img read more

H1N1 FLU BREAKING NEWS: Global and Australia case counts, Scotland may vaccinate all kids, Egypt expands quarantine

first_imgJun 9, 2009Global H1N1 cases rise to 26,563The World Health Organization’s (WHO’s) count of novel H1N1 influenza cases reached 26,563 today, an increase of 1,275 since yesterday, Dr. Keiji Fukuda reported at a news briefing from Geneva. The death toll increased by 1, to 140, while the number of affected countries stayed the same at 73. Fukuda is the WHO’s assistant director-general for health security and the environment.[Canwest News Service story]Australia’s count tops 1,200; officials to discuss alert levelAustralia’s tally of confirmed novel flu cases climbed to 1,211 today, as the health ministry called for calm after sports officials cancelled a major swim meet and quarantined professional rugby players, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. Health officials are meeting in Sydney tomorrow to review Australia’s current alert level and discuss quarantine issues, other news outlets reported.[Jun 9 Sydney Morning Herald story]Scotland eyes vaccinating all kidsAs the number of confirmed novel H1N1 cases in Scotland soared to 232 today, officials discussed the idea of vaccinating all of the country’s children, the Daily Record newspaper reported. Though no final decisions on vaccine prioritization have been made, a government spokesperson said children and healthcare workers will likely be in the top tier and that the goal is to vaccinate all Scottish citizens by the middle of 2010.[Jun 9 Daily Record story]Egypt expands quarantine of American studentsEgyptian officials extended their quarantine of 234 students at an American University dormitory in Cairo until Jun 15 today after five more residents tested positive for the novel H1N1 virus, Reuters reported. The country first quarantined the site after two American students got sick with the novel flu. Egyptian officials said the newly confirmed cases include four students and a staff member who have been hospitalized but are not showing symptoms.[Jun 9 Reuters story]last_img read more

New sensation from the Fiber cave – researchers found Paleolithic Venus!

first_imgPaleolithic fragments of animal figures were found at the Vela Spila site on the island of Korčula, which brought Croatia to the list of countries where traces of art from that time were found. But Venus from Fiber is unique because for the first time we have a depiction of a human figure, and researchers gave it the name LiliThe Vlakno cave on Dugi otok, which has been attracting the attention of the professional and scientific public for many years due to the richness of its findings, including the remains of the “oldest Dalmatian” named Šime, offered a new surprise to its researchers in the new archeological campaign. excavated various finds standard for the sites of this time, two very rare bone harpoons and a unique find for the area of ​​Croatia, rare for European terms – Paleolithic Venus. After Šime, Dugi otok got its Lili, as the researchers called it, point out the University of Zadar.The value of this finding can be seen in the fact that in Croatia only fragments of animal figures were found at the Vela Spila site on the island of Korčula, which put Croatia on the list of countries where traces of Paleolithic art were found. But Venus from Fiber is unique because for the first time we also have a depiction of a human figure. The unique finding required a name. ” It is named after Lili in honor of a colleague who has been actively involved in cave exploration for years. For now, it is under conservation, followed by scientific processing, and after the presentation, it is possible that her character will gain wider significance in the future and become one of the recognizable souvenirs of Dugi otok.“Points out Dario Vujević from the Department of Archeology, University of Zadar.The cave has been attracting the attention of both experts and the general public for many years. It became the site of the discovery of Šime, currently the oldest known inhabitant of Dalmatia, and the discovery of engraved pebbles gave a rare opportunity to gain insight into the symbolism of prehistoric communities that inhabited the Adriatic area. New research by the Department of Archeology at the University of Zadar has brought to light a number of findings almost unique in this area that show that this cave will play an important role in interpreting the behavior of early prehistoric communities for many years to come.Photo: University of ZadarRelated news: VINKOVCI AS THE OLDEST CITY IN EUROPE MUST BE THE MAIN STAR OF EUROPEAN TOURISM<br /> <a href=”https://bs.serving-sys.com/Serving/adServer.bs?cn=brd&pli=1074171063&Page=&Pos=-1477388646″ target=”_blank”><br /> <img src=”https://bs.serving-sys.com/Serving/adServer.bs?c=8&cn=display&pli=1074171063&Page=&Pos=-1477388646″ border=0 width=1280 height=200></a><br />last_img read more

A luxury hotel worth around 10 million euros has opened in Jastrebarsko

first_imgIn the Jalševac Economic Zone, at the very entrance to the town of Jastrebarsko, the Princess Hotel, owned by the Vučković family, was opened.HRK 70 million has been invested in the construction of the four-star Princess Hotel, which today provides visitors with accommodation in 82 modern rooms and 11 suites, a restaurant, a bar, a wine shop, a wellness center with a heated pool and numerous other facilities. Also, next to the new hotel there is a banquet center of the same name.The grand opening of the newly built hotel was held on Monday, March 12 in the evening in the presence of many dignitaries, during which the Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli stressed that this hotel, built in an economic zone employing about a thousand people and thus provides results, pride not only Jaske already in Croatia. “Croatian tourism strongly relies on accommodation and catering offer and one of our priorities is a further step forward in their quality. Such investments, which represent development, innovation, raising tourism to a higher level, are exactly what we need in order for Croatian tourism to become even more recognizable, of better quality and more competitive on the world market.”, Said Minister Cappelli and concluded that this hotel is much more than new accommodation for Jastrebarsko.The investor, Dragutin Vučković, used the moment to thank everyone who participated in the construction of this facility, and especially his family, emphasizing that this project is the result of love, and a gift to Jaska and his homeland. “I congratulate the Vuckovic family on the new business success and the opening of the hotel, which will certainly significantly contribute to the development of Jaska tourism and our region. It makes me extremely proud that the City of Jastrebarsko has recognized the value and importance of this investment from the very beginning, and by creating the preconditions, it has enabled the investor to realize it as easily and quickly as possible. “, said the mayor of Jastrebarsko Zvonimir Novose.See more information about the hotel herelast_img read more