All-year British tourism was on its way, minus drunken tourism; the Covid certificate was back on the bar and restaurant table; and there was some weather.
The government has done holiday rentals and booze, surely cruises must be next?
The Council of Majorca's social affairs institute was at the centre of a child prostitution scandal; the "booze tourism" decree was passed; there were preparations for this week's tourism fair in Madrid; and there was controversy about Catalan courses for the police.
Government hopes new legislation will be in place by the end of the year.
Scrapping happy hours, increasing the price of alcohol, restricting hours for the sale of alcohol; some of the ideas.
A "summit" involving tour operators and politicians will discuss the eradication of drunken tourism.
Alfonso Rodríguez wants to "banish" excessive drinking from resorts like Magalluf.
There was agreement to call on the Balearic government to ban alcoholic drinks as part of all-inclusive hotels' packages.
For a Civic Playa de Palma wants "drastic" action against drunken tourism before the new season starts.
The hoteliers want an end to behaviour that "seriously damages the image of the resorts and prevents peaceful coexistence with residents".