With enticing natural attractions and forward-thinking authorities, especially in Mallorca’s case, the image transformation hasn’t been too problematic.
Millions have been invested in cleaning up the streets and improving counter-resort culture tourist infrastructures, such as hiking and cycling routes, upmarket rural and metropolitan accommodation, yachting facilities and conference centres, while legislation has been brought in to curb late-night booze-driven behaviour.
By Anna Norman and Patrick Welch While they haven’t completely shaken their reputations for soulless resorts and lairy hedonism – with some justification, it has to be said – the two largest islands of the Balearic archipelago have nonetheless experienced something of an image transformation over the past decade.
Skip the line of tourists clamoring to get a Harry Potter Hogwarts bratwurst and head to this hole in the wall on Hollywood Boulevard for better and cheaper hot dogs.
Mc Kinnon Abril (Ben) Collection, mid-20th century Two photograph albums, photographs.
There are a few items from her adulthood, but most of the collection is from her high school years.
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