TUI UK (think Thomas Cook) has signed an agreement with the tourism ministry to bring some 600 Brits a month to Roquetas del Mar. All inclusive, of course, which means they probably won’t go out of their hotel much, and so won’t bring in any wealth to the town, but hey. 600 tourists are 600 tourists, right?
The government has admitted it has “very advanced” plans to make a number of national motorways – including our own coastal motorway A-7 – toll roads in order to raise money for maintainence. The system would be similar to other EU countries such as France or Germany, where you buy an “intelligent sticker” to put in your car, which then ticks off money every time you go through a toll barrier. Only private users would Continue reading Local motorway A-7 may become toll for private users→