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  1. The Balkans: Experiencing the sights and soul of this regionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Tripso.com

    This is not your typical travel story. Oh sure, it started out that way. A story about a tour sponsored by Overseas Adventure Travel they called "The Crossroads of the Adriatic."

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  2. British woman drowns in Dubrovnik after falling off luxury cruise shipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Mail on Sunday

    Crew members who spotted the woman falling overboard dived into the water and pulled the 64-year-old to the shore, but despite the fact that medics were quickly on the scene, they were unable to save her. The tragedy happened in the early hours of Sunday morning while the boat, The Emanuel, was moored in the port of Gruz in Dubrovnik.

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  3. The single trick that could save you A 900 on a family holiday abroadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Mirror.co.uk

    If you're booking a resort for your family's summer holiday, you could save hundreds of pounds by making one simple decision Savvy families hoping for a sunshine getaway at half term should switch resorts in the same country and save up to A 900. For the cost of a week long break for two adults and two children comes tumbling down by a simple change of location from one beach to another, a study has found.

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  4. Duo reunited with long lost family after they hitch hike across EuropeRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Hucknall and Bulwell Dispatch

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Two cousins who hitchhiked to Croatia to retrace the footsteps of their late grandfather managed to complete their remarkable journey in just five days.

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  5. Hearts close in on Niko Datkovic as HNK Rijeka price Croatian stopper at A 350kRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | The Daily Record

    RECORD Sport revealed yesterday how the Jambos were set to lay down a marker with an ambitious move for the Croatia under 21 star and it now looks as if A 350,000 would be enough to clinch a deal. Manager Robbie Neilson has watched the Croatia Under-21 international - who has spent a spell on loan this season at Italian outfit Spezia - with a view to making a move.

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  6. Virtual assistants - remote helpers in actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Deutsche Welle

    Why do it yourself, if somebody else can do it for you? John D. Rockefeller, one of America's first oil tycoons, allegedly was a big fan of that motto, and it comes as no surprise that he has modern-day followers. In a video call, an athletic-looking man in his mid-40s says hello.

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  7. Holiday maker discovers nude resort in Croatia and dares to bare allRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Daily Mail

    Inside the A 10,000 a night suite at the Shard: Super-luxury room comes with the best view in London Crippled by panic attacks and an eating disorder that left her weighing 6st, how Lauren confronted her fears to travel solo, write a book and fall in love The Kim Kardashian effect! Armenian girls are named the sexiest in the world... but women prefer Irish and Australian men Spain named most tourist-friendly country in the world... with the UK ranking fifth behind France, Germany and the US Holidaymakers mourn death of Olly the Manchester Airport cat... who greeted passengers for years Remembering Lusitania 100 years on: Relatives gather in Ireland to commemorate victims of Cunard ship torpedoed by German U-boat in World War One Below the surface of stylish Cannes: Shocking video shows seabed strewn with rubbish and debris just feet below the azure waters of French Riviera town Lurid ... (more)

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  8. Volleyball's Lambert to Play on Big Ten Foreign Tour Team in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | MGo Blue

    University of Michigan volleyball sophomore-to-be Adeja Lambert will take part in the Big Ten Volleyball Foreign Tour Team that is travelling to Slovenia, Croatia and Italy from June 13-25. There will be 14 student-athletes making the trip; one from each Big Ten school.

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    Thursday May 7 | University of Maryland Terrapins

    ROSEMONT, Ill. Middle blocker Hailey Murray was chosen to participate in the first-ever Big Ten volleyball foreign tour, as announced by the conference Tuesday.

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  10. Maddie Slater to Compete on Big Ten Foreign TourRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Northwestern University

    Northwestern middle blocker Maddie Slater is one of 14 Big Ten players selected to play on a foreign tour this summer to Slovenia, Croatia and Italy this summer for competition on the court and the opportunity to experience new cultures. One student-athlete from each of the 14 Big Ten programs will participate.

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  11. Wong-Orantes Selected for Big Ten Foreign TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | Huskers.com

    Lincoln For the first time in conference history, a Big Ten volleyball student-athlete from each of the 14 schools, including Nebraska libero Justine Wong-Orantes, will travel overseas to take part in a foreign tour to feature not just competition on the court, but also community service initiatives and the opportunity to experience new cultures in some of the world's greatest cities. The Big Ten Volleyball Foreign Tour Team will travel to Croatia, Slovenia and Italy from June 13-25.

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  12. Banaue: P20 fee will help save terracesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 6 | Sun-Star

    BANAUE municipal officials are asking visitors to pay the P20 environmental fee as their way to help preserve the rice terraces. Municipal Tourism Officer Rio Dale Humiwat said not all the tourists visiting Banaue pay the fee.

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  13. Softball: McLean's Bravo, George Mason's Ferris go international; Visitation reboundsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | The Washington Post

    Evidently, Americans hold an important distinction in the sporting world - they know how to take a dive. As she stood on a field in Zagreb, Croatia, some 4,500 miles and one great ocean removed from her home softball diamond at McLean High School, Olivia Bravo discovered that laying out isn't an internationally recognized pastime.

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  14. This massage was supposed to be relaxingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | The Globe and Mail

    While on a cycling trip with some friends in Croatia, Denise Beatty experienced a not-so-relaxing massage. While on a cycling trip with some friends in Croatia, Denise Beatty experienced a not-so-relaxing massage.

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  15. SIA inks codeshare deal with Croatia Airlines to expand its networkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 4 | The Straits Times

    Under the agreement, SIA customers can travel under a single booking, from Singapore to either London or Copenhagen, and from there connect to a Croation Airlines flight to the Croatian capital of Zagreb. On a reciprocal basis, Croatia Airlines will add its code on SIA flights between Singapore and London as well as on flights between Singapore and Copenhagen.

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  16. ...Read MoreRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 30 | Creative Mac

    Celestyal Cruises is kicking-off the Mediterranean cruising season with valuable specials, featuring 20 percent bonus savings on new Adriatic Cruises and extension of its early booking discount valid on Idyllic Cruise sailings in July and August.

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  17. Central Holidays 'When In Dubrovnik' Travel Programs Emphasize...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | PRWeb

    Leading travel company Central Holidays is offering enhanced choices on their "When In Dubrovnik" packages that deliver even more experiential moments and tailored travel options in Croatia for travelers to enjoy. Travelers work together with their Central Holidays destination specialist to design their perfect travel package to Croatia with so many options offered via the When In Dubrovnik programs Central Holidays is pleased to offer even more choices to experience Croatia that emphasize authenticity via their distinctive "When In Dubrovnik" packages.

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  18. Leading Mediterranean Cruise Line, Celestyal Cruises, Kicks-off...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 30 | PRWeb

    Celestyal Cruises is celebrating the launch of the region's cruising season with amazing savings and specials, featuring the extension of its early booking discount on "Idyllic Cruise" programs and extra savings of 20 percent on the line's new cruise itineraries to off-the-beaten-path destinations in the Adriatic and the Ionian, including Bari and Venice in Italy, Dubrovnik in Croatia, Kotor in Montenegro, Saranda in Albania, and Corfu and Patras in Greece. Celestyal Cruises exclusively delivers 'The Real Greek Experience' via its distinctive cruise programs to popular as well as off-the-beaten path destinations with authentically rich experiences in each place visited.

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  19. HBO donates original Iron Throne to Dubrovnik, the real-life King's LandingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Mashable

    Visitors of Dubrovnik, Croatia, where a good portion of HBO's Game of Thrones is filmed, will soon be able to see the original Iron Throne. The city, which once hosted a replica of the throne, is getting the real deal, Dubrovnik Mayor Andro Vlahusic revealed in a Monday interview with local TV station RTL.

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  20. More hot flights from East Midlands AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Nottingham Evening Post

    TUI Travel, which owns Thomson and First Choice, announced the new routes to Pula and Kefalonia will start in summer 2016. She said: "Adding more capacity from East Midlands and the introduction of a new routes to Croatia and Kefalonia, Greece, demonstrates our commitment to the airport.

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