Hotel online – Prague Hotel http://prague-hotel.co.uk/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 06:10:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.2 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/icon-2-120x120.png Hotel online – Prague Hotel http://prague-hotel.co.uk/ 32 32 STAAH unveils the 10 best online booking channels for 2021 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/staah-unveils-the-10-best-online-booking-channels-for-2021/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 05:10:00 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/staah-unveils-the-10-best-online-booking-channels-for-2021/ Tuesday January 11, 2022, 6:10 p.m.Press release: STAAH Here is a list of the top hotel booking revenue generators around the world. Is your property connected to it? STAAH, one of the leading cloud-based hotel distribution and guest booking platforms, unveiled the lists of online channels that generated the highest booking revenue for hotels and […]]]>

Here is a list of the top hotel booking revenue generators around the world. Is your property connected to it?

STAAH, one of the leading cloud-based hotel distribution and guest booking platforms, unveiled the lists of online channels that generated the highest booking revenue for hotels and vacation rentals in 2021 .

The listings, which vary in 10 of the world’s most popular travel destinations, reveal a wider range of consumer choices, although common preferences stand out.

Booking.com is the world’s leading online travel agent (OTA) and is in the top 3 channels in all key destinations measured including New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, India , Singapore, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Malaysia and the United Kingdom. .

Expedia and Agoda also rank in the top 5 of these destinations. Go MMT holds the top spot in the Indian market, but there are a number of new entrants in the top 10 spots including Happyeasygo, HRS, and EaseMyTrip. The growing popularity of Airbnb as a chain is also seen in Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Thailand and Australia. The new entrants in the first places also reflect the strengthening of local and regional distribution channels due to the restriction of international travel.

The annual listings also highlight the importance of direct bookings for hotels, with hotel websites maintaining their top ranking in all destinations throughout 2021. In this pandemic year, these commission-free bookings have been reduced. a godsend for cash strapped homeowners.

“The pandemic has leveled the playing field for many distribution channels,” says Tony Howlett, COO at STAAH Ltd. “With international travel restricted, travelers look to regional channels and hotel websites (direct bookings). Demand for stays could be one of the drivers of Airbnb preference, as travelers seek authentic experiences at home.

STAAH’s Top 10 Distribution Channels List is a guide for property owners to connect to the top performing channels in their area through the STAAH Channel Manager. However, it’s not just about connecting to all the major channels; it’s also about making sure the channel is right for you and, more importantly, optimizing your SEO on those channels to attract more bookings.

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The best summer vacation deals, from Bali to Barbados https://prague-hotel.co.uk/the-best-summer-vacation-deals-from-bali-to-barbados/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 22:00:46 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/the-best-summer-vacation-deals-from-bali-to-barbados/ Summer vacation sales on the high streets are in full swing – here are some of the best deals, from Bali to Barbados Kuoni offers up to £ 405 off per week at a Royal Santrian luxury villa in Bali Inspiring Travel Offers Weekly Discounts at Cobblers Cove Hotel, Barbados Virgin has a deal where […]]]>

Summer vacation sales on the high streets are in full swing – here are some of the best deals, from Bali to Barbados

  • Kuoni offers up to £ 405 off per week at a Royal Santrian luxury villa in Bali
  • Inspiring Travel Offers Weekly Discounts at Cobblers Cove Hotel, Barbados
  • Virgin has a deal where every fourth night is free at the Omni Orlando, Florida










Each week our holiday hero Neil Simpson takes an in-depth look at a holiday topic, doing all the legwork so you don’t have to. This week: the summer bargains.

Department store sales are in full swing, with travel agencies offering discounts and additional extras to boost summer bookings.

Most offer flexible terms so you can book now – often with an inexorable security deposit – and change dates or destinations later if necessary.

Virgin Sale has many great deals geared towards families in Florida, including the Omni Orlando hotel. In the photo, the ride on the lazy river from the hotel

Inspiring Travel is offering a week at Cobblers Cove Hotel in Barbados from £ 3,499 per person including flights.  In the photo, the chef of the hotel

Inspiring Travel is offering a week at Cobblers Cove Hotel in Barbados from £ 3,499 per person including flights. In the photo, the chef of the hotel

Kuoni’s long-haul deals include up to £ 405 off per week at a luxury Royal Santrian villa on Bali’s south shore.

Each of the resort’s 20 villas has a private pool surrounded by lush gardens, and activities range from yoga on the beach to a 24-hour butler.

Flight prices start from £ 1,710 per person and Kuoni can arrange connections from regional airports. Kuoni also aims to expand its January sale with weekly ‘handpicked deals’ year-round (kuoni.fr).

Luxury tour operator Inspiring Travel offers discounts ranging from 20-50% at top resorts around the world.

A week at a Cobblers Cove all-suite boutique hotel in Barbados now starts at £ 3,499 per person including flights. Guests can even join the hotel’s resident fisherman on a sail early in the morning, then watch the chefs serve their catch in the evening (inspiring travel companion.co.uk).

British Airways and Virgin Atlantic are competing to offer the best deals in their January sales.

With BA, additional extras available until January 25 if you spend £ 1,500 per person or more on holiday include fast-track security and access to the VIP lounge at Heathrow. Deposits start at £ 60 per person (ba.com/vacances).

Virgin Sale has many great deals geared towards families in Florida. Every fourth night is currently free at the Omni Orlando hotel, while you also save around £ 25 per day with free parking and waived stay charges.

Magic Life Bodrum Resort in Turkey is one of the hotels featured in Tui's January Sale.  In the photo, Bodrum beach

Magic Life Bodrum Resort in Turkey is one of the hotels featured in Tui’s January Sale. In the photo, Bodrum beach

The hotel has a water park with an artificial river, a wave pool, a 36-hole golf course and a children’s camp. A free shuttle takes you to Walt Disney World and other theme parks. From £ 989 per person for seven nights, including flights from Manchester or Heathrow (vacationsvierges.co.uk).

Free spaces for children are available in Tui’s January Sale, which also offers discounts of up to £ 300 per booking, depending on holiday costs.

Sporting families can keep busy with activities ranging from archery to zumba at Magic Life Bodrum Resort in Turkey. Or the less athletic types can stretch out on a lounge chair in the adults-only spa. Prices start at £ 462 per person for the all-inclusive breaks which also include free afternoon teas and midnight snacks (tui.co.uk).

The latest deals with easyJet include the Barcelo Santiago hotel in Tenerife where you can spend your days hiking or swimming at the foot of the Los Gigantes cliffs (pictured)

The latest deals with easyJet include the Barcelo Santiago hotel in Tenerife where you can spend your days hiking or swimming at the foot of the Los Gigantes cliffs (pictured)

Book flights and hotels with easyJet and get discounts of up to £ 300 per holiday on weekly stays, with the option to change your bookings free of charge up to 28 days before departure.

The latest deals include a week at the stylish Ivi Mare Hotel in Paphos, Cyprus. From £ 642pp with departures from a number of regional airports.

Or try Tenerife and enjoy the ocean and mountain views with a week at the Barcelo Santiago hotel. Days can be spent hiking or swimming at the foot of the Los Gigantes cliffs, or in cabanas by the hotel’s infinity pool. Prices start from £ 500 per person (easyjet.com).

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Cornell to start spring semester online and expand move in https://prague-hotel.co.uk/cornell-to-start-spring-semester-online-and-expand-move-in/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 03:05:28 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/cornell-to-start-spring-semester-online-and-expand-move-in/ Cornell will begin the spring semester online and extend the move-in period with an expanded testing schedule, as he expects a large number of cases in the first few weeks of the semester, the University said Thursday. The University will begin the semester on January 24 as scheduled – but with two weeks of virtual […]]]>

Cornell will begin the spring semester online and extend the move-in period with an expanded testing schedule, as he expects a large number of cases in the first few weeks of the semester, the University said Thursday.

The University will begin the semester on January 24 as scheduled – but with two weeks of virtual teaching until February 4 to welcome lone students, President Martha Pollack, Rector Michael Kotlikoff and Vice President for Student Life and on campus Ryan Lombardi wrote in a Thursday afternoon email.

“Our modeling suggests that Cornell could see a large number of cases in the first few weeks, although given our almost fully vaccinated and heavily boosted population, the vast majority of these cases will be mild or asymptomatic,” the e- mail. “This expected peak at the start of the semester poses several challenges for universities, given the need to provide sufficient isolation space and vital support for isolated students, as well as to prevent students from falling behind in class.”


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Best Bets: A Quick Guide to Online and In-Person Fun and Experiences https://prague-hotel.co.uk/best-bets-a-quick-guide-to-online-and-in-person-fun-and-experiences/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 22:00:58 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/best-bets-a-quick-guide-to-online-and-in-person-fun-and-experiences/ the La Jolla Light features this continuing series of online activities to take on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. Conferences & learning • The Athenaeum musical and artistic library offers art class from Monday January 10, online and in person at 1008 Wall St., La Jolla. The winter session runs […]]]>

the La Jolla Light features this continuing series of online activities to take on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events.

Conferences & learning

• The Athenaeum musical and artistic library offers art class from Monday January 10, online and in person at 1008 Wall St., La Jolla. The winter session runs until March and includes courses in painting, drawing and mixed media. For prices and information, visit ljathenaeum.org.

• Meyers Nave Law Firm Presents Webinar for Private Sector and Nonprofit Employers at noon on Tuesday January 11 and one for employers of public entities at noon on Thursday, January 13. Labor law lawyers will provide advice on how to meet new requirements for California employers in 2022. Free. meyersnave.com/webinars

• The Greater San Diego Association of Realtors presents its annual report New laws and industry perspectives 8 am to 12:30 pm event Thursday, January 13 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines hotel, 10950 N. Torrey Pines Road. Area real estate professionals and government policymakers will talk about recently enacted laws, legislative proposals and other issues shaping the industry in the New Year. $ 49 (breakfast included). sdar.com/new laws

• The Pen-to-paper writing course resumes at 1 p.m. on Thursday, January 13 at La Jolla / Riford Library, 7555 Draper Ave. The weekly course is open to writers 18 years of age and over, of all experience levels. Masks are compulsory. To free. (858) 552-1657

• The Yiddish Arts and Academics Association of North America presents Yiddish lessons and activities from Thursday, January 13, online. Classes and activities for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels will take place at various times until Thursday March 10. $ 20 and more. yaaana.org/yiddish-classes

Families & children

La Jolla / Riford Library presents “Seaside Storytime at Scripps Park” Wednesdays at La Jolla Cove.

(Courtesy of La Jolla / Riford Library)

• The La Jolla / Riford Library presents “Storytime by the sea at Scripps Park”at 4 p.m. Wednesdays on the lawn of Scripps Park in La Jolla Cove. The recurring event features stories, songs and activities such as bubble play or kite flying. To free. grahamk@sandiego.gov

Health and fitness

• Buddhi Yoga presents Dreams and Goals for Moms and Daughters with Erica Rood »At 1 pm on Sunday January 9, at 7843 avenue Girard, La Jolla. The course is designed for girls aged 8 to 12 and their mothers to improve bonding and self-awareness. $ 49. buddhiyogalj.com/events

• The La Jolla Cove Bridge Club presents “Free breathing and pain relief” at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 1160 Coast Blvd. Jaruska Solyova will lead the wellness workshop. To free; reservations required. solyoga@yahoo.com

Arts and culture

• DG Wills Books presents Cappy mcgarr at 7 p.m. on Friday January 7 at 7461 avenue Girard, La Jolla. McGarr will discuss his new book, “The Man Who Made Mark Twain Famous,” his memoir on his involvement in national politics with stories from the past two decades and more of Kennedy Center Award winners Mark Twain for American humor. . To free. dgwillsbooks.com

• San Diego New Music and the Athenaeum Music & Arts Library present the return of “SoundOn Festival” at 7:30 p.m. January 6-8 at 1008 Wall St., La Jolla. The series will feature the San Diego ensemble in residence New Music Noise with a program showcasing an internationally diverse lineup of composers. $ 27 for a concert or $ 75 for the series ($ 22 and $ 60 for Athenaeum members). ljathenaeum.org/sound-on

John Tessmer will perform at the La Jolla Theater Ensemble presentation at La Jolla / Riford Library.

John Tessmer will perform with others at the La Jolla Theater Ensemble’s performance presentation and more on Saturday January 8 and Monday January 10 at La Jolla / Riford Library.

(Courtesy of John Tessmer)

• The La Jolla Theater Ensemble presents “I am on it” at 2 p.m. on Saturday, January 8 and at 6 p.m. on Monday, January 10 at the La Jolla / Riford Library, 7555 Draper Ave. The event will include a staged reading of plays and more. The performance on January 8 will be followed by a discussion with the cast and filmmaker of La Jolla Mitzi Mayer. To free; Suggested donation of $ 10. tessmerjc@yahoo.com

• The Music Fair presents “Virtuoso masterpieces” at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 9 at La Jolla Woman’s Club, 7791 Draper Ave. The piano and string quartet program will feature music by Mozart, Rossini and Beethoven performed by Jessica Guideri and Chiai Tajima on violin, Erik Rynearson on viola, Michael Kaufman on cello, Geoff Osika on double bass and Victor Shlyakhtenko on piano . $ 95. LeSalondeMusiques.com

• Warwick’s bookstore presents the authors James Patterson and Mike Lupica at 4 p.m. Tuesday, January 11, online. Patterson and Lupica will discuss their new book, “The Horsewoman”, with author Elizabeth Letts. $ 28 and more (includes copy of book). warwicks.com/event/cheval-2022

• The San Diego Symphony presents “Spanish guitar, Italian guitar” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 11 at the Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, 7600 Fay Ave., La Jolla. The event will include a performance by guest artist and Grammy Award winner Jason Vieaux. $ 50 and more. sandiegosymphony.org

• DG Wills books feature the paleontologist David Archibald at 7 p.m. on Friday January 14 at 7461 avenue Girard, La Jolla. The professor at San Diego State University will discuss his book “Charles Darwin”. To free. dgwillsbooks.com

• The La Jolla Community Center and the La Jolla Art Association present “A place in time” to Saturday January 29 at 6811 La Jolla Blvd. The exhibit features a mix of media from artists Ann Chaitin, Virginia Howlett, Dana Levine, Gwen Nobil, Sherry Roper, John Valois and Laura Wheeler. To free. ljcommunitycenter.org

• BFree Studio presents“Pop icon”at 7857 avenue Girard, La Jolla. The exhibition features artists Tony Concep, Cicsco, Shlome J. Hayun, Artlord, Bourn Rich and Sey. The studio has not set an end date for the show. To free. bfreestudio.net

Do you have an event – online or in person – that you would like to see here? Send your prospects to efrausto@lajollalight.com. ??


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SC hears opening statement in Trongsa Lands case https://prague-hotel.co.uk/sc-hears-opening-statement-in-trongsa-lands-case/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 05:50:31 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/sc-hears-opening-statement-in-trongsa-lands-case/ Nima wangdi The Supreme Court (SC) held an opening hearing of the declaration of the Trongsa land case on the afternoon of December 28. Former Trongsa Dzongda Lhab Dorji, his wife Karma Tshetim Dolma, former Drakteng Gup Tenzin, Former land surveyor Narayan Dangal, who was involved in the case, appealed to the SC after the […]]]>

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The Supreme Court (SC) held an opening hearing of the declaration of the Trongsa land case on the afternoon of December 28.

Former Trongsa Dzongda Lhab Dorji, his wife Karma Tshetim Dolma, former Drakteng Gup Tenzin, Former land surveyor Narayan Dangal, who was involved in the case, appealed to the SC after the High Court (HC) upheld the verdict of the Trongsa dzongkhag court.

Lhab Dorji was sentenced to five years in prison for forgery, official misconduct and executing the document by deception. Karma Tshetim Dolma and Drakteng Gup Tenzin were each sentenced to six years in prison for fabricating deeds of sale, submitting false reports to courts for land transfer and deceptive practices.

The defendants have been sentenced to a non-cumulative sentence, where they will not be allowed to pay thrimthue in lieu of jail time.

A former drangpon, Ugyen Tenzin, the former gup of Nubi Phuntsho and the former land surveyor Narayan Dangal were also sentenced to 18 months in prison each, but they could pay the third time.

Gup Phuntsho was sentenced for forgery and Narayan Dangal for complicity and official misconduct. Ugyen Tenzin was convicted of forgery.

The opening of the declaration was presided over by three judges. Only two appellants, lawyers for Lhab Dorji and Karma Tshetrim Dolma, were able to present their arguments. Lhab Dorji also made his own observation when supplementing his lawyer.

The total submission took two and a half hours, after which the court adjourned at the end of the day. The hearing of the other appellants will be held on January 5 at 2 p.m.

Thram number 514

Counsel for the appellant argued that his client, Karma Tshetim Dolma (KTD) was never aware that the 4.56 acres of land had been acquired by the government of the two sisters of the Drakteng gewog in Trongsa and registered under a mysterious thram n ° 514 from the Ministry of Education. .

KTD bought the land from the two sisters.

He argued that the 2.77 acres of land she purchased was never acquired for the Institute for Language and Culture Studies (ILCS) from Sonam Choden and Yangchen’s thram # 180 and 181, but only later from appellant Karma Tshetrim Dolma thram # 555 after the transaction.

Counsel argued that thram # 514 was fictitiously created by drangpoen Ugyen Tenzin using his connection with then co-director Ugyen Tackchu of NLCS to simply project as if the eight plots formed under the thram no 514 had been acquired for the Department of Education in order to obtain the Royal Kasho for land substitute for Gelephu.

“Having no land acquisition process conducted by the land acquisition committee of dzongkhag, Drangpon Ugyen Tenzin had submitted to the NLCS a request to remove certain plots of former thram n ° 180 and 181 of Sonam Choden and Yangchen, ”the lawyer said.

A person named Naten, who was actually engaged in the creation of this fictional thram proved to be fictitious in his statement to the ACC. “In his statement, he claimed to have created this thram under the name Sherig Laykhung (education department) following the verbal directive of co-director Ugyen Takchu without any supporting documents,” said the lawyer.

He argued that only DSLR drangpon Ugyen Tenzin, Ugyen Tackchu and Neten knew of the existence of fictional thram 514. “Even the Sherig Laykhung, the gewog or the Trongsa dzongkhag did not know. It was supposed to be destroyed later to erase all traces of their misdeeds, ”he submitted.

The lawyer argued that except for the letter from drangpon Ugyen Tenzin to the NLCS, regarding the creation of thram No. 514, there was never any other legal documents or any other acquisition process. of land.

The attorney argued that Thram # 514 is registered with Kunzang Dolma, not Sherig Laykhung as the ACC claims.

“Thus, in this case, the appellant is an innocent purchaser of real land which has not at all been acquired by the government. It makes no sense for the appellant to knowingly buy a piece of land in difficulty by risking its money, ”argued the lawyer.

The lawyer said there was no reason for ACC to accuse its client of forging the deed of sale for the land when thram 514 itself was fictitious.

“My client, KTD, who did not commit any crime, was sentenced to six years in prison and the main person who actually created the real uproar got away without an aggravating prison sentence,” the lawyer said. “It’s the ACC that’s corrupted, not my client.”

Unfair trial

The lawyer argued that the Trongsa dzongkag court gave the ACC the opportunity to present the details of the case to the court, but not its clients. “We should have had the same opportunity to present our sides,” he submitted.

The court also gave ACC a repeated opportunity to submit evidence until it was sufficient to punish my clients. “The ACC has had the opportunity to present evidence on three occasions,” he argued.

The lawyer argued that if he was the presiding judge, he could have simply dismissed the case when there was insufficient evidence instead of asking the ACC to resubmit evidence on multiple occasions.

“The court did not allow my clients to present their witnesses in court,” he said.

He claimed that one of the landowners accused Lhab Dorji of paying him the money for land at the Shambala Hotel in the presence of the hotel owner. “We asked the court to call the owner of the Shambala hotel in court as a witness, but the court refused. “It was unfair.”

According to the lawyer, former dzongdag Lhab Dorji had already been transferred to Mongar at that time and his travel evidence showed that he was in Yongkola in Mongar on the day he was accused of paying the fee. money at the Shambala hotel in Trongsa.

The appellants asked the SC to reconsider the case because the courts of HC and dzongkhag ignored many facts to convict them.

The next hearing will take place on January 5.


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Home Alone Star Devin Ratray Arrested for Domestic Violence https://prague-hotel.co.uk/home-alone-star-devin-ratray-arrested-for-domestic-violence/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 05:56:00 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/home-alone-star-devin-ratray-arrested-for-domestic-violence/ Home Alone star Devin Ratray reportedly surrendered and was released on $ 25,000 bail Home Alone star Devin Ratray was arrested Wednesday on domestic violence charges after allegedly strangling his girlfriend in a Oklahoma hotel room earlier this month. Ratray, 44, made an appearance on OKC Pop Christmas Con in Oklahoma City with his girlfriend […]]]>

Home Alone star Devin Ratray reportedly surrendered and was released on $ 25,000 bail

Home Alone star Devin Ratray was arrested Wednesday on domestic violence charges after allegedly strangling his girlfriend in a Oklahoma hotel room earlier this month.

Ratray, 44, made an appearance on OKC Pop Christmas Con in Oklahoma City with his girlfriend as he was among the attractions for the two-day event.

The former child actor is best known for his role as Kevin McCallister’s evil older brother in the 1990 holiday movie Home Alone starring Macaulay Culkin.

At the event, he reportedly got angry with his girlfriend as the couple drank in a bar after she failed to charge two female fans for his autograph.

The fight then continued in the hotel room where he allegedly turned violent and tried to strangle her.

Ratray was arrested on Wednesday and now faces charges of assault and battery through strangulation, as well as bodily harm.

A police source revealed that Ratray “had surrendered and been treated and put on bail,” according to Fox News.

He has since been released after posting $ 25,000 bail and denies the allegations.

Home Alone actor Devin Ratray, 44, was arrested Wednesday on domestic violence charges after allegedly strangling his girlfriend earlier this month

Ratray is best known for his role as Buzz, Kevin McCallister’s evil older brother in the Home Alone films.

Ratray (center of back row) played Buzz McAllister alongside actors Macaulay Culkin and Catherine O’Hara in Home Alone (1990) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)

Ratray was with his unnamed girlfriend at the convention earlier this month, which took place December 4-5 at Wyndham Garden Airport in Oklahoma City.

The couple are said to have been drinking in two different places with Ratray’s girlfriend claiming he had drunk a bottle of wine and 10 glasses of alcohol.

They had been approached by fans while at the bar where his girlfriend allegedly gave them free autographs without Ratray’s permission.

After they returned to their hotel room at Hyatt Place Oklahoma City, Ratray allegedly pushed her onto the bed before putting one hand on her throat and the other on her mouth.

“The victim had difficulty breathing while she was strangled and while the accused’s hand was over her mouth,” according to an affidavit.

Ratray also reportedly told him, “This is how you die” as he continued to suffocate her.

His girlfriend then bit Ratray’s hand as she tried to yell for help.

He then stopped choking her, but allegedly started hitting her violently afterwards.

She then managed to free herself from Ratray’s grip and ran out of the room.

Ratray also reportedly punched her against a desk as she walked back into the room to collect her things.

Ratray reportedly strangled his girlfriend in their hotel room at Hyatt Place Oklahoma City earlier this month after giving fans free autographs at a bar they were in

Ratray allegedly pushed her to the bed and placed his hands over her mouth and neck and said “This is how you die”

The victim was found with multiple injuries, including bruising under the left eye, marks under the right eye, marks above the left side of the lip, a bruise on the chest and pain in the arm, according to KFOR.

The couple have since broken up following the heated brawl.

Charges were filed against Ratray on Tuesday by Assistant District Attorney Stephanie Powers in the Oklahoma County District Court.

Ratray denied that the violent encounter took place because he claimed he never got hold of her.

‘Sir. Ratray denies ever getting a hold of her or doing anything about anything like it, ”Ratray’s attorney Scott Adams said.

“What we do know happened is who he was with and he was from out of town (and) disagreed. She finally called the police. They attended the scene and two patrollers spoke to Mr. Ratray. They spoke to the female. They did not see anything that they thought was sufficient to place him under arrest or take him into custody.

He reprized his role as Buzz on this year’s Home Sweet Home Alone.

Besides his work in the Home Alone series, he appeared in the Heartland television series in 1989 and then appeared in Dennis The Menace in 1993 as Mickey.

The star has appeared in several television series such as Third Watch, Law & Order, The Good Wife and Mosaic.

In 2019, he worked with Jennifer Lopez on the stripper film Hustlers. He last starred in the movie Kimi with Zoe Kravitz and Erika Christensen.


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Give children the opportunity to express themselves https://prague-hotel.co.uk/give-children-the-opportunity-to-express-themselves/ Mon, 20 Dec 2021 06:45:59 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/give-children-the-opportunity-to-express-themselves/ TEACH your pupils, young as they are, how to activate their innate mechanisms for rapid dispute resolution, when it matters most. Such mechanisms are naturally innate in every mentally stable human being. While some radically intelligent children would intuitively get into motion when there was a sense of danger or some level of perceived unusual, […]]]>

TEACH your pupils, young as they are, how to activate their innate mechanisms for rapid dispute resolution, when it matters most. Such mechanisms are naturally innate in every mentally stable human being. While some radically intelligent children would intuitively get into motion when there was a sense of danger or some level of perceived unusual, other children would normally need regular home educations and tutorials to unlock this inner awakening that would stimulate these rational steps, as soon as they detect any unusual event. circumstance. Aligning these children at these very crucial ages keeps them on their toes, forcing them to always pay attention to their surroundings and do what is needed quickly, not just waiting for mom or dad to make all the decisions for them, especially, when something isn’t right or just doesn’t add up. As for me, no one taught me how to respond to impulses. I was naturally intuitive and impulsive – maybe some kind of divine gift or more, I don’t know.

However, when I was around 8 years old, my father took me and my two younger siblings on vacation to my aunt’s house in Abuja. My aunt lived in a relatively comfortable housing estate in the Gariki metropolis (zone 11) of Abuja, with her husband and children. My dad left us behind and returned to Delta the next day, with a promise to pick us up from home when we are done with our month-long vacation. Interestingly, I’ve always been the type to never eat so much, but one thing I never liked to be joked about was not eating my rationed food quickly and “on schedule.” . It meant a lot to me, and so I think it meant a lot to my siblings as well. Unfortunately, my aunt and her family already had this unbearable tradition in their house, of eating only twice a day – a meal rationed by 1%. m, and the next and last meal of the day, at 7 p.m.

As a very obedient and benevolent son of the ground, I managed to endure this unpleasant ordeal which I considered horrible torture for two weeks, despite the fact that my cousins ​​and the whole family were rather kind, receptive. and welcoming. Lucky for me, in particular, one of the back windows in my aunt’s upper apartment turned out to look out onto the beautiful grounds of the slightly bustling town of Gariki, offering unobstructed views of the 3-star Agura hotels. then popular, which were remarkably stylish a few to a few poles away from the house, and which my younger cousins ​​had innocently told me that there was a telephone booth which, unbeknownst to them, was my key to escape carefully observed that I needed to quickly free myself from the unforgettable mess I was dragged into.

One fateful day when I vowed that our slavery had inevitably ended, I took my two younger siblings by the hand, pretended we were going downstairs to play, and sneaked out – straight out. in the hotel. I still can’t explain to this day how we beat the high-profile gate protocols, with its handful of uniformed security guards who just stood and moped, as we passed. What I had to tell them, I cannot explain. We finally found our way into the beautifully sophisticated hotel; adorned with unprecedented and cutting edge designs and beautiful African artifacts that gave it adorable glamor with a western touch, and buzzed syntactically with that cold, spooky embrace that gracefully saturated the entire breathtaking edifice. That’s when we were approached by a well-dressed security guard on duty who was dazzling and wondering what nature of affairs such small children must be doing in such a high arena. With cheeky confidence, I told him I wanted to talk to my dad who was far away in Delta. The man looked puzzled and asked if I had the phone line number with me, to which I replied in the affirmative.

“Do you have any coins with you to make the call?” ” He asked. Standing still, I replied, “No, I don’t. The man, who obviously looked surprised but impressed, smiled back at me and took out a few coins from his pocket which he helped dial the numbers with, while I called him without blinking. “Hello,” came that familiar soft, cordial voice from the other end. My dad had the biggest shocks of his life finally knowing that the caller on the other side was from my humble but strong self. “Francis, how did you manage to find a place to call me, in a vast and unfamiliar terrain like Abuja?” He inquired. And the rest was history. Everything I had to say to my old boy to rush to Abuja in the next couple of days to bring us back to Delta, can only be explained by the gods and my ancestors. Every kid sees mom and dad as a superhero and an unbreakable iron man, but they also need to believe that they are beautiful super kids too and that you trust their smart but rational judgments when the need arises. in fact felt. It will give them that survival instinct that will help them through and survive any storm.

In a world of inexplicable uncertainties, every child must be given this golden opportunity to explore and put their potential into expression, in the face of apparent challenges. On a final note, without the security guard failing to express to my father over the phone how lucky he was to have children as exceptional as children, we finally left the Agura hotels. amidst the cheers and praise from the staff and visitors who showered us with praise, but without failing to splash us with a few naira bills as a gift for our bravery. Which I carefully kept away from my very kind but curious aunt, with a very stern warning to my siblings to “shut up!” “

  • Dikedi written via fran6dkd@gmail.com


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GTV offers a list of holiday movies via ‘G! Flicks’ │ GMA News Online https://prague-hotel.co.uk/gtv-offers-a-list-of-holiday-movies-via-g-flicks-%e2%94%82-gma-news-online/ Sat, 18 Dec 2021 04:40:21 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/gtv-offers-a-list-of-holiday-movies-via-g-flicks-%e2%94%82-gma-news-online/ Enjoy the holiday season with the whole family as GTV has an exciting list of movies that will surely keep everyone glued to their screens via ‘G! Flicks, weekday evenings at 8:00 p.m. and every Saturday at 7:05 p.m. Kick off the week in style with a film by Pierce Brosnan on Monday, December 20. […]]]>

Enjoy the holiday season with the whole family as GTV has an exciting list of movies that will surely keep everyone glued to their screens via ‘G! Flicks, weekday evenings at 8:00 p.m. and every Saturday at 7:05 p.m.

Kick off the week in style with a film by Pierce Brosnan on Monday, December 20. Follow James Bond as he tries to stop a crazed media mogul from inciting another world war in Tomorrow Never Dies.

On Tuesday, December 21, watch Val Kilmer as Batman in “Batman Forever”. Will Batman hang his cloak and lead an ordinary life, or will he choose to fight crime in Gotham City forever?

There is a mole in the Men in Black organization. Can Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson find out the truth in time to save Earth from evil aliens? Watch ‘Men In Black 4’ on Wednesday, December 22.

Ethan Hunt is on a mission to destroy a dangerous biological weapon from a rogue mission force. Can he accomplish his program? Find out in ‘Mission Impossible II’ starring iconic action star Tom Cruise on Thursday, December 23.

Get all on deck on Christmas Eve, December 24, and watch the crew of the commercial fishing vessel Andrea Gail sail the high seas in ‘The Perfect Storm’ biographical drama starring George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Diane Lane.

On Christmas Day, December 25, find Will Smith in “Gemini Man”. A 51-year-old assassin’s retirement plans are turned upside down as he discovers that a much younger clone of himself is planning to kill him.

Meanwhile, witness a story about loyalty and betrayal between an inmate boss and an undercover police officer in South Korean crime action film “The Merciless” starring Yim Si-wan on Monday, December 27.

A white family is caught in the midst of a political uprising in Southeast Asia as armed rebels attack their hotel and are ordered to kill any foreigners they meet. Watch Owen Wilson as he tries to save loved ones from chaos on “No Escape” on Tuesday, December 28th.

Follow Tara Reid and Ian Ziering as they rescue the inhabitants of the Big Apple from deadly predators blown away by abnormal winds in the comedy film ‘Sharknado 2’ on Wednesday, December 29.

Gang Dong-Won runs away for his life after being accused of murdering a politician in the South Korean action thriller “Golden Slumber”. Catch it on Thursday, December 30.

On New Years Eve on December 31, watch the third installment of the hit movie franchise “Resident Evil: Extinction”. Alice (Mila Jovovich) receives genetic alterations that leave her with superhuman abilities. Hiding in the Nevada desert, she joins forces with other survivors to eradicate the virus that threatens to turn every human on Earth into a zombie.

Finally, welcome the New Year with another James Bond film. Join Daniel Craig in thwarting the plans of a villain who plans to launch a nationwide surveillance network to stage criminal activity across the world in the twenty-fourth film in the James Bond series “Specter” on Saturday January 1st.

Sit back and relax with your loved ones with these fun G-shaped movie deals! Movies on GTV.

For more details, visit GTV’s official social media accounts @GTVPhilippines on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Tiktok.


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12/16/2021 | Resort and partner county are making efforts to collect tax on rental rooms online https://prague-hotel.co.uk/12-16-2021-resort-and-partner-county-are-making-efforts-to-collect-tax-on-rental-rooms-online/ Thu, 16 Dec 2021 13:38:03 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/12-16-2021-resort-and-partner-county-are-making-efforts-to-collect-tax-on-rental-rooms-online/ Resort and county are working hard to collect taxes on rental rooms online OCEAN CITY – Efforts to curb short-term vacation rentals that fail to obtain rental permits and pay the appropriate resort tax were renewed this week with the approval of a draft ordinance intended to strengthen the rules. For years, Ocean City officials […]]]>

Resort and county are working hard to collect taxes on rental rooms online

OCEAN CITY – Efforts to curb short-term vacation rentals that fail to obtain rental permits and pay the appropriate resort tax were renewed this week with the approval of a draft ordinance intended to strengthen the rules. For years, Ocean City officials have monitored the proliferation of short-term vacation rentals in the…

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Seasonal housing project in the city center examined by the Council; Redevelopment of the Eyed model block

Seasonal housing project in the city center examined by the Council;  Redevelopment of the Eyed model block

OCEAN CITY – After decades of piecemeal property acquisition for the redevelopment of the proposed model block, the Ocean City Development Corporation (OCDC) presented a seasonal workforce housing project proposal this week. for mixed and versatile use. For the past twenty years, the OCDC has been working on a redevelopment plan for the model island. There have been several …

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Donation brings Diakonia one step closer to expansion project

Donation brings Diakonia one step closer to expansion project

WEST OCEAN CITY – A donation of $ 150,000 from a company will allow Diakonia to pay off the mortgage on its new property on Route 611. On Tuesday, Blue Water Development Corporation announced its donation of $ 150,000 to Diakonia, an organization non-profit that provides housing and services to the homeless. , families and veterans of the Lower Coast. Officials …

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Berlin secures critical state demolition grant; $ 500,000 to help demolish the Heron Park building

Berlin secures critical state demolition grant;  $ 500,000 to help demolish the Heron Park building

BERLIN – The state this week awarded the city of Berlin a strategic demolition grant of $ 500,000 for Heron Park. Governor Larry Hogan on Friday announced awards of $ 63 million for projects that promote community development and economic growth. Among the rewards was a $ 500,000 grant requested by the city of Berlin to help demolish the dilapidated …

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Ransomware attack cripples online human resources company UKG Kronos https://prague-hotel.co.uk/ransomware-attack-cripples-online-human-resources-company-ukg-kronos/ Tue, 14 Dec 2021 16:33:00 +0000 https://prague-hotel.co.uk/ransomware-attack-cripples-online-human-resources-company-ukg-kronos/ Online human resources management company UKG – Ultimate Kronos Group has acknowledged that its cloud has been hit by a ransomware attack and informed its customers that it could take them several weeks to regain access. UKG said the attack affected parts of its business hosted in Kronos’ private cloud, including UKG Workforce Central, which […]]]>

Online human resources management company UKG – Ultimate Kronos Group has acknowledged that its cloud has been hit by a ransomware attack and informed its customers that it could take them several weeks to regain access.

UKG said the attack affected parts of its business hosted in Kronos’ private cloud, including UKG Workforce Central, which allows employers to remotely track attendance, scheduling and payroll processing. The other programs concerned are UKG TeleStaff, Healthcare Extensions and Banking Scheduling Solutions.

The company said programs not hosted in the private cloud, including UKG Pro, UKG Ready, UKG Dimensions or any other UKG product or solution, do not appear to be affected by the attack.

“As it may take up to several weeks to restore system availability, we strongly recommend that you evaluate and implement other business continuity protocols related to affected UKG solutions,” wrote Bob Hughes. , executive vice president of UKG.

Some of the company’s most prominent clients include Tesla, Marriott, Aramark, and Sony Music. According to a UKG press release, NJ Transit started using UKG Dimensions in October 2020.

Several customers in comments to the company’s release expressed disappointment with the company’s lack of communication. One pointed out that the company had suggested customers use their business continuity plans, but they didn’t.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNJ

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With the holiday spirit in the air, now is the perfect time to dive into the history of iconic Christmas presents. Use of the national toy archives and data held by The strong from 1920 to today, Stacker searched for products that captured the public’s attention through novelty, innovation, kitsch, eccentricity, or just good timing, and then found success.

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