–Hello, is that the Department of Tourism? Yes? Hello, a week ago I sent you an email asking if this Friday you could let me and a group in to see the crypt of blah blah blah, and I was wondering whether this would still be possible.
–Oh yes, I read the email.
–Yes, that should be OK.
Etc etc. I know that small town tourism departments exist principally to provide employment for Mr Mayor’s gay or retarded relatives–otherwise unemployable, due to the moral reserves of his buddies–but it drives you phucking spare. And now back to my inbox.
- Tourism@Vic (update 30/6)
Speaking from baldie experience, most council tourism departments here offer an abysmal service, and things gets worse once you go online.
- Really dumb French email tax proposal
French conservative MEP Alain Lamassoure wants the budget-strapped EU to tax sms and email: For email, the rate could be as little
- Email pricing
The following pricelist was received from a spammer who thinks that a Taiwanese email address is worth 70 times as much
- … the arquitects Santiago Güell and Eugeni Campllonch, who were the responsibles for the most of modernist building in Vialfranca
It’s bad enough that Vilafranca’s tourism department’s favourite translator doesn’t know his/her English from his/her elbow. Not being able to spell
- Airport shuttle
Mr Driver emerges from his lair and, after a brief conversation re our respective employment, says, “There’s half an hour to