According to a price analysis of German ADAC camps in Europe, two adults with a ten-year-old child pay an average of € 35,50 per night in a European camp in the main summer season 2018.With an average price of 29,13 euros, Germany is once again one of the cheapest camping destinations. The cheapest camping, apart from Germany, is possible in Sweden (€ 31,11) and Austria (€ 35,25). The most expensive camping destinations are Switzerland with an average price of 46,78 euros, followed by Italy (€ 46,35) and Denmark (€ 41,32).According to the ADAC, the largest price increase compared to the previous year was registered in Croatia (+ 3,3%) and Austria (2,7%). “The same sea, big differences in price: Italy is the most expensive Mediterranean country for camping, while in Croatia it is cheaper by 12%, and in France the cheapest. ” stated in the ADAC report.Family camping prices in some European countries:Switzerland: 46,78 eurosItaly: 46,35 eurosDenmark: 41,32 eurosThe Netherlands: EUR 40,94Croatia: 40,92 eurosSpain: 39,94 eurosFrance: 36,55 eurosAustria: 34,31 eurosSweden: 31,11 eurosGermany: 29,13 eurosBy the way, last year Croatia was 6th, with a price of 39,60 euros.
BACOLOD City – Amid the coronavirusdisease 2019 outbreak, agrarian reform beneficiary organizations (ARBOs) in thenorthern parts of Negros Occidental shared their resources to their members andother farmers. In a statement on April 2, theDepartment of Agrarian Reform Negros Occidental-I lauded the ARBOs for theirgenerosity towards their fellow farmers and farmworkers, who are considered asfrontliners in food production The financial assistance came from theorganization’s gains from dividends and quedans (warehouse receipts) out oftheir sugarcane harvest in the previous crop year. Hacienda Chambery FarmworkersAssociation has a total of 46 member-ARBs, who acquired a land area of 53hectares under the Comprehensive Agrarian Reform Program (CARP). Member-agrarian reform beneficiaries (ARB) of the Nazareth Farmworkers Association in Barangay Purisima, Manapla, Negros Occidental prepare essential goods and financial aid to be distributed to its members and other ARBs in their area on March 26. They are one of the ARB organizations in this province to do so amid the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. DAR NEGROS OCCIDENTAL I-NORTH The group handed out five kilograms ofrice, noodles, sardines and eggs to each recipient. The cooperative has 102 member-ARBs and135 laborers. They cultivate 251 hectares of sugarcane plantation out of the342 hectares acquired area under the CARP. On March 30, the Hacienda Chambery groupin Barangay Caduha-an distributed food packs to 52 recipients, which includesits members, non-member farmers and seasonal farmworkers. Based in Barangay Purisima, the NazarethFarmworkers Association has a total of 63 member-ARBs, who collectively managea seven-hectare sugarcane plantation. In the same village on March 15, the DalayapanAgrarian Reform Cooperative provided a total of 97 sacks of rice to its 237recipients. “This socially responsible and selflessact is what we need today. It reminds us that whether our resources scarce orabundant, we must also consider and be mindful of the needs of others,” itadded.(With a report from PNA/PN) Two ARBOs in Cadiz City, the HaciendaChambery Farmworkers Association and the Dalayapan Agrarian Reform Cooperative,gave out food packs, while the Nazareth Farmworkers Association of Manapla townreleased financial assistance to its members and extended help to other ARBs intheir area. In Manapla town, meanwhile, the NazarethFarmworkers Association released financial assistance to its members andextended help to other ARBs in their area on March 26.
The Osceola County Sheriff’s department is reporting that investigators have found the remains of a mother who was reported missing last week after she failed to pick up her son from school.35-year-old Nicole Montalvo went missing on October 21st after she dropped her 8-year-old son off to his father and grandparent’s home. Authorities were then notified about her disappearance Tuesday afternoon when she failed to pick up her son from school and no one was able to get in touch with her.Florida mother reported missing after failing to pick up son from school Authorities later discovered that Montalvo’s phone had been turned off and that her car was abandoned about 8-miles from her son’s grandparent’s home.After conducting an extensive search of the father and grandparent’s home Friday, authorities discovered Montalvo’s remains.Montalvo’s ex-husband Christopher Otero-Rivera and his father Angel Rivera were arrested Friday on unrelated charges, however, according to court records both men are now facing a premeditated murder charge and are being held without bond.
— Browns star wide receiver Odell Beckham has fully participated in the early stages of Cleveland’s training camp. This comes after he expressed reservations whether the NFL should forge ahead and have a season with the coronavirus still spreading. — The Falcons have signed former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard. A first-round pick by the Bengals in 2014, Dennard has made 24 starts in 77 games. FOOTBALL-XFL-JOHNSONThe Rock acquires XFLUNDATED (AP) — Former wrestling star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson said he has acquired the XFL. The 48-year-old actor made the announcement on Twitter. Reportedly the price is $15 million. The XFL had eight franchises and played five games out of a planned 10-game schedule before canceling the remainder of its season in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic. August 3, 2020 Update on the latest sports Associated Press UNDATED (AP) — The Carolina Hurricanes couldn’t beat the New York Rangers during the NHL regular season, but they find themselves up two-games-to-none in their best-of-5 qualifying series.Andrei Svechnikov recorded the first playoff hat trick in franchise history to lead the Hurricanes to a 4-1 verdict over the Blueshirts. The game was tied 1-1 until he and Jordan Martinook tallied 71 seconds apart early in the second period. Svechnikov got his third goal of the day on a sweet two-one-one breakaway with 5:58 remaining.Petr Mrazek (muh-RA’-zehk) stopped 23 shots for the Hurricanes, who can complete a sweep Tuesday in Toronto.In other NHL action:— Nikita Kucherov (KOO’-chah-rahv) scored the shootout winner in the Lightning’s 3-2 win against the Capitals in Eastern Conference round-robin play. Kucherov also scored in regulation, opening the scoring 12:53 into the first period. Andrei Vasilevskiy (va-sih-LEHV’-skee) stopped two of the three Capitals players he faced in the shootout after making 31 saves in regulation and overtime. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-VIRUS OUTBREAK-CARDINALSMore Cardinals test positive, games against Tigers postponedUNDATED (AP) — Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members have tested positive for COVID-19, causing Major League Baseball to postpone the team’s four-game series at Detroit. The series was to have been played at Comerica Park from Tuesday through Thursday. Both the New York Jets and Giants previously announced they would play without fans this season. Most other teams are hoping to be able to have at least limited crowds.Elsewhere in the NFL:— Eagles coach Doug Pederson says he feels great and has no symptoms after testing positive for the coronavirus. Pederson is quarantining at home away from family members. He plans to run the team virtually while assistant head coach Duce Staley handles leadership duties during training camp. Pederson didn’t want to comment on how he contracted the virus but is comfortable with the safety measures at the team’s practice facility. — Broncos right tackle Ja’Wuan James has decided to skip the 2020 season over concerns about the coronavirus. James says he already has one family member who was infected by the virus and he doesn’t want to risk bringing the virus home to his wife and newborn son. — Panthers linebacker Christian Miller has informed the team he has opted out of the 2020 season. The 2019 fourth-round pick out of Alabama played in seven games last year. — Results of Covid-19 testing conducted Sunday show there were no new positive results for the Philadelphia Phillies. The team was traveling to New York to resume its schedule against the Yankees in a Monday night game. The Phillies have not played since July 26. Their opponent in that opening series, the Miami Marlins, had at least 18 players test positive for the coronavirus. — Brewers manager Craig Counsell says bench coach Pat Murphy has been released from the hospital after suffering a heart attack during a team workout Saturday. Milwaukee doesn’t plan to bring in an additional staff member while Murphy recovers. — Indians manager Terry Francona will not be with the club for its series opener in Cincinnati as he deals with a gastrointestinal issue. Francona was scheduled for an exam at the Cleveland Clinic to address his condition. Coach Sandy Alomar Jr. is running the team in Francona’s absence.— Cubs star Kris Bryant is back in the starting lineup against Kansas City after missing two games with a stomach ailment.NBA-SCHEDULE St. Louis has been in quarantine since Thursday in Milwaukee, where the Cardinals’ series last weekend was postponed, and the team is being tested daily. The Cardinals are the second team sidelined by the novel coronavirus since the season started July 23. The Miami Marlins are set to resume play Tuesday in Baltimore.In other MLB news:— Tonight’s game between the Yankees and visiting Phillies was postponed because of the approach of Tropical Storm Isaisas. The game has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader Wednesday in Philadelphia, where the teams had been scheduled to play single games Wednesday and Thursday.— Marlins CEO Derek Jeter blames the team’s coronavirus outbreak on a collective false sense of security that made players lax about social distancing and wearing masks. Infected were 21 members of the team’s traveling party, including at least 18 players. Jeter says none is seriously ill, and he expects all to return this season. With more than half of the team sidelined, Jeter said the Marlins still can be competitive when their season resumes Tuesday at Baltimore. — Nikolaj Ehlers (NIH’-koh-ly EE’-lurz) scored a third-period power-play goal to give the Winnipeg Jets a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames. Adam Lowry led the Jets with a goal and an assist as the Jets evened the NHL qualifying series at a game apiece. Vezina Trophy finalist Connor Hellebuyck (HEH’-leh-buhk) made 28 saves for the win.VIRUS OUTBREAK-NFL-RAIDERSNo fans for Raiders’ first season in Las VegasLAS VEGAS (AP) — The Raiders will play their first season in Las Vegas without any fans at their home games because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The team sent a letter to season ticket holders saying that after discussions with health care officials and local leaders, the decision was made not to allow fans. VanVleet scores career-best 36, Raptors top Heat 107-103LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The Toronto Raptors have opened their NBA restart schedule with back-to-back wins over division leaders.Fred Van Vleet poured in a career-high 36 points and the defending champions followed their win over the Los Angeles Lakers by downing the Miami Heat, 107-103. He finished 7 of 12 from 3-point range and was a perfect 13 of 13 from the line.Pascal Siakam (see-A’-kam) added 22 points and Kyle Lowry had 14 with eight rebounds for Atlantic Division leaders.Goran Dragic had 25 points for the Heat. Also around the NBA:— Michael Porter Jr. contributed a career-high 37 points and Nikola Jokic (nee-KOH’-lah YOH’-kihch) had a triple-double to help the Nuggets top the Thunder, 121-113 in overtime. Jokic had 30 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists to help Denver strengthen its hold on third place in the Western Conference standings.— T.J. Warren followed his career-high 53-point performance by providing 34 in the Pacers’ 111-100 victory over the Wizards. Warren had 16 points in the third quarter to spark a 22-2 run after Washington had fought back into the game. NHL-SCHEDULECanes beat Blueshirts on Svechnikov’s trick