The pandemic has savaged the hospitality sector and the big hotels, for example have come off worse compared with small rural hotels.
We had an invitation from the CA (Benavides) to attend a press call at Hotel Victoria Playa because after 18 months of staying away from cameras and microphones, the ex-Mayor of Almuñécar had decided that he wanted to speak.
We have just received an invitation to interview the ex-Mayor of Almuñécar, Juan Carlos Benavides, which will take place next Tuesday (23rd) at 10.00am in Hotel Victoria.
The interview with the Mayor of Almuñécar, Trinidad Herrera, was given in her office at the Town Hall on the 26th of January 2012. The Mayor was asked questions concerning parking, unemployment and progress on the A-7 autovia between Taramay and Lobres.
Brilliant, I thought, just as the election campaigns begin, I suddenly appear on the Mayor’s TV channel – great for neutrality, but having been knobbled, I decided to go ahead and ask him some simmering questions.
I interviewed the Councillor for Citizen Safety, María Dolores Sánchez, who is also the head of the Almuñécar Local Police. The purpose of the interview was to ask her about the Sunday flea market, parking facilities on the Blas Infante (Market square) and blue-zone parking around town. There isn’t room to reproduce the interview here…