The former President of the United States, Bill Clinton, arrives in Majorca on Saturday, giving the Balearic islands the biggest possible vote of confidence in light of the current global travel fears. Accompanied by his daughter Chelsea, who is on half term at Oxford University, Clinton will be spending the weekend on the island playing golf, before flying to Barcelona where he will address 2.500 of Spain's top business people on the current international political and economic situation. However, in Majorca, the former U.S. President has some unfinished business. Four years ago Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton spent a weekend on the island as guests of King Juan Carlos of Spain. During the hectic two-day visit, the Clintons were due to visit the museum dedicated to Fray Juniper Serra, who founded the California missions, in Petra, but a long lunch with the Prime Minister of Spain and the Royals off the coast of Andratx, forced a change in schedule and the President never made it to Petra. But, Bill Clinton, not only vowed to return to Majorca one day, he was most impressed with the architecture in Palma, he also promised to visit the museum. The Clintons saw a great deal of Majorca, visited Valldemossa, where thousands of people lined the streets to greet the President and dined at one of the island's top restaurants.