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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Without wanting to get into a petty discussion and appearing rude, I could say that it’s not ours, and by that I mean “us” non Spaniards, either.

The way things are looking, and not only there but in the rest of the world as well, businesses are going to need all the help they can get to survive.

Quite a few of my friends, through no fault of their own have fallen by the wayside and lost everything. People are getting increasingly annoyed with others who are either employed by the state or are receiving index linked pensions telling them how to live their lives.

This is not going to end well. End of rant !
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I think at the moment it doesn’t matter a jot whether the restaurant is on the beach, as there are so few people in the Port anyway, and as Julian says they certainly need all the help they can get. I also appreciate the pavement space is limited in this area so moving the outside tables to the beach provides safe social distancing. However as it’s illegal to do so I imagine they’re on borrowed time, and also agree with other views that if every restuarant decided to move across the road to the beach it would look awful. I can also foresee a nasty accident in the making with waiters crossing the cycle lane with plates full of food
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Just to "put the cat amongst the pigeons ", they'll have to watch out for the cyclists ! Have witnessed an accident outside Sis Pins in the past, involving cyclists in their full gear and helmet's, in collision with a waiter with a full tray and flying glass cutting a toddler sat in a pushchair !
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Not sure how the conversation moved to index linked pensions and state employees, but its like you live in a house on a village green and a newly arrived neighbour decided to extend their garden onto the green by building a personal gazebo.......how would that go down?

I'm certainly in agreement about not telling the Islanders how to run their island.....just my opinion, nothing more!
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Restaurants doing things without permission reminds me of the time a few years ago when a huge statue of a Red Indian Chief suddenly appeared outside an eating place on the start of Pine Walk's narrow footpath. (It seemed to take eons for the authorities to have it removed)
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Restaurants doing things without permission reminds me of the time a few years ago when a huge statue of a Red Indian Chief suddenly appeared outside an eating place on the start of Pine Walk's narrow footpath. (It seemed to take eons for the authorities to have it removed)
Please do not start on about statues, red,white,pink or blue being removed!!!
No I am not " woke " whatever that means.
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