A new ADAC analysis shows where German tourists traveled by car on their summer trip. And just released new ADAC data confirmed that the announcements were correct – Istria has been declared the most popular region for summer travel during the covid crisis. As in previous years, Germany ranks first among the most popular holiday destinations: with 33,3 percent. Italy follows with 14,9 percent – albeit with big losses, while Croatia recorded the highest growth and ranked third with 14,3 percent. Spain no longer enters the top ten countries, up from seventh last year. Camping in Germany and Croatia is booming It was among the most popular holiday regions according to the ADAC this year Research i Dalmacija, which are in the first two places. However, regardless of the fact that a part of the passengers spent their summers in Germany, the data show that Croatia is at the very top, more precisely among the TOP 3 destinations, with the highest growth. ADAC is the largest German and European car club with more than 18 million members whose camping guide is the most important source of information for German guests. Croatian camps recorded the highest quality growth in Europe, Holidays at the camp have also experienced a boom this summer. For campers, Germany is also in first place with 35,1 percent and is also recording significant growth here. Croatia (15,4 percent) was second only to Italy (14,9 percent) compared to the previous year. For the first time, Switzerland also placed in the top ten. In the edition of the popular “camping bible” for 2020, Croatian camps recorded the highest growth in quality in Europe, among which Istrians have the highest average rating of 4,1 (the highest is 5). Otherwise, according to a recently published study TOMAS CROATIA 2019 “Attitudes and consumption of tourists in Croatia” as many as 73% of guests come to Adriatic Croatia by car, 19% by air and 6% by bus. Istria is in July according to a study by ADAC, the largest German and European car club, in times of crisis caused by the pandemic, it was declared the most popular holiday region for German motorists, who have been showing their commitment to it for 10 years. As in previous years, the ADAC assessed the route requirements of its members and compared them with previous years. Due to Corona’s limitations, the travel period between May and September was specifically considered this year. Restrictions during that period had a noticeable impact on travel behavior, so many travelers opted for a vacation in their home country, the ADAC points out. The highest category ADAC Superplatz for 2020. Aminess Sirena and Aminess Maravea Camping Resort in Novigrad, Val Saline and FKK-Camping Valalta in Rovinj, Lanterna Premium Camping Resort near Tara and Istra Premium Camping Resort in Funtana, which also won a special award for innovation and development – ADAC Innovation & Progress Award 2020. Germany and Croatia at the top
Frances Batta, 88, of St. Leon, Indiana passed Friday, May 25, 2018. She leaves her beloved children: Jerry (Jackie) Batta of Logan, IN, Donna Batta of Florence, KY, Paul Batta of Sunman, IN, Tony (Janet) Batta of Sunman, IN, Elaine (Ricardo) Walker of Bright, IN, Janet (David) Baur of Ft. Myers, FL and Joe Batta Ft. Myers , FL. She also leaves behind 8 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.Frances was preceded in death by her husband of 38 years, Raymond, and their son Robert.Frances and her husband owned Batta’s General Store and Tavern in St. Leon. Raymond developed the infamous fried chicken recipe at the Tavern that was passed down and probably is still used today. Frances was President of Daughters of Isabella, Treasurer of the Town Board of St. Leon, and an office holder in the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW). She loved spending time playing cards and always looked forward to the monthly cousins’ luncheon.Visitation is Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at the Parish Life Center in St. Leon, IN 10:30-12:30 followed by Mass of Christian Burial at 1:00 at St. Joseph Church in St. Leon, IN.Memorials to the American Heart Association.
It’s time. #LetsGoBlueJays pic.twitter.com/e0Pj918i58— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) April 24, 2019Guerrero, 20, has been MLB’s No. 1 prospect for a couple of years now.He burst onto the scene in 2017, when he batted .323 with 13 home runs and 76 RBIs across two levels as an 18-year-old.MORE: Watch ‘ChangeUp,’ a new MLB live whiparound show on DAZNHe only got better in 2018, when he hit .402 at Double-A and .381 across two levels. He may have been called up late last season had it not been for a knee injury.The Blue Jays are 11-14 and in third place in the American League East. It may have come a year late, but Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is on his way to the big leagues.The Blue Jays announced Wednesday that MLB’s No. 1 prospect has been called up after a short stint at Triple-A Buffalo. Guerrero was batting .367 at Triple-A Buffalo before he was called up.He was hitting .333 on the season across two levels but 15 of his at-bats came at High-A Dunedin as part of a rehab assignment, so they brought down his average a bit, as he was trying to get his timing back.This comes one day after Blue Jays fans found out the team’s No. 2 prospect, Bo Bichette, suffered a broken left hand so this news came at a pretty good time for the city of Toronto.