Carol, on September 20, 2021 at 01:51
Carol says: September 20, 2021 at 1:45 am To walk along the Paseo de las Rotas without having to visit a Traumatologist immediately, it is impossible ... It is a shame And who came up with putting stones on the ground? The stones are put on the wall. On the ground, MICROCEMENT. And you will be able to walk properly in the future ... even with heels if you wish. A small truck dumping it for a tuno and several workers already hired by the City Council, so that they can spread it with special boots and a 10% incline so that the water goes down and that's it. It would not be necessary to remove the stone, it can be done on top of it and this would make it more resistant. Cars out of the ride, loading and unloading into carts. Parking below, parks above and along the road. Large vehicles such as trucks etc. are prohibited. control the passage, only small bus, residents' vehicles and rest, bikes, scooters, pedestrians, etc. Do not allow or cut down a single tree more. And to name it WORLD HERITAGE, because it is a very special, beautiful walk, because it is away from noise and vehicles when they disappear completely in that environment, being long and in a place with an excellent climate, being able to enjoy all year round. All types of construction must be banned immediately, learning to value the little that we have left to do to those of us who live and those who will come after.