Friday, October 18, 2013

Almighty row in Puerto de la Cruz as protesters seek to save “historic” San Telmo sea wall

An almighty row is brewing in Puerto de la Cruz. There was already some bad feeling arising from the Ayuntamiento’s upmarket push (link), with new bylaws to outlaw plastic terrace furniture in restaurants, hotels and bars, and to enforce colour branding in the town. Further irritation was caused by the council’s attempt to enforce street […]


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