Do Europeans Live Better Than Americans?
Spain is known for its leisurely two-to-three hour lunch breaks that are spent eating, sleeping (taking siestas), and socializing with friends. This tradition is built into the structure of the work day and ensures that everyone gets a restful break in the middle of their schedule.
The siesta is so important in Spain that most shops and businesses close for an hour after lunch to allow their employees to catch a snooze.
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