A tourist information office – if only there were tourists

we must be prepared for when tourism reactivates

we must be prepared for when tourism reactivates.

19-06-2021laura pons bedoya

Over the past year or so, my email inbox has not been getting messages from the Puerto Pollensa tourist information office. This is because there has been no information to give. But this week there was a message. The new tourist information office was reopening. Tourist information had returned to where it had used to be.

An array of councillors was therefore gathered outside the building to mark the occasion. The tourism councillor, Maria Buades, said: “We invite the people of Pollensa to visit the new tourist office

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Here’s what the new subway station in Liberty Village will look like


The Ontario Line subway is set to be absolutely transformative for the city of Toronto by the time it’s completed in eight years, transporting hundreds of thousands of people per day along 15 stops between Exhibition Place and the Ontario Science Centre in just half an hour’s time.

While there have been a few contentious issues as far as the line’s exact route, whether it will be above ground or below it and what it will mean for those who live near it, the provincial government is pushing ahead with plans to break ground in the next few years, and

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Business travel likely to resume in the fall, Hyatt Hotels CEO says


With more workers now returning to offices, it won’t be long until business travel also resumes, according to Hyatt Hotels CEO Mark Hoplamazian.

“We are already seeing the signs of people starting to travel for work in a more affirmative way, a more significant way,” Hoplamazian said in an interview during CNBC’s Evolve Global Summit on Wednesday.

“Most of the bankers, consultants and lawyers that I’m talking to are gearing up to be back on the road, so I think that will really take hold in a more affirmative way in the fall,” he said.

Hyatt Hotels has seen a

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Premium only: 17 names to choose – you decide who plays in the next Tour event


Seventeen names and you get two choices – this is the latest Premium-only vote for the Meltwater Champions Chess Tour.

For the next tournament, which starts on June 26 and runs until July 4, we have a stellar line-up of players ready to fight it out against the Tour’s elite.

Who will you choose to pit against the best? The last time around it was Argentina’s young Grandmaster Alan Pichot. This time Pichot is back in the vote and we have an exciting mix of players for you to choose from.

You have a choice of 17

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