In this issue:
- Christmas in Spain
- European Flight Delays - Your Rights
- A Sideways View Of Expat Life
- Sherry or Jerez?
- The Mediterranean Modernistes of Barcelona
Is October too early to be talking about Christmas? Well it seems not according to our website statistics. Many people are already searching for information on Christmas in Spain and New Year's in Spain.
This will be our fifth Christmas in Spain and as you'll read in our first article, Christmas seems to go on forever here, especially if you celebrate the 25th of December and the 6th of January, which is the more important of the two in Spain.
With this much notice I'll have no excuse for leaving buying Christmas present to
the last minute now!!
Anyway, on with today's articles. Remember that you can also
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Christmas in Spain
Christmas, already? It's only October! Well, unfortunately Spain is becoming increasingly commercialised when it's comes to Christmas and if you want to know what Christmas in Spain is all about then read on.
Read about Christmas in Spain...
European Flight Delays - Your Rights
Do you know what your rights are if you flight is delayed? What compensation you are entitled to? It's more than just a cup of coffee. Read about your rights when it comes to delayed flights in Europe.
Read about your flight rights...
Moneycorp - Beating The Credit Crunch
Sponsored link: Don't let the credit crunch get the better of your hard-earned money. If you're sending money to Spain then use Moneycorp to ensure you get the best exchange rate for your transfer. Regular mortgage and pension plan transfers available too.
Find our more about what we do...
A Sideways View Of Expat Life
Steve Hall, of ThisIsSpain.info, lists his top 11 facts about expat life in Spain. It may not be what you want to read but it is the truth. Be a successful expat!
Read Steve's article...
Sherry or Jerez?
This is a fascinating article detailing the history of sherry production in Spain. Do you know where the name "sherry" originated from and who first introduced it to the UK?
Read about sherry in Spain...
The Mediterranean Modernistes of Barcelona
The popularity and recognition of Barcelona as an internationally significant city can be partly attributed to the legacy of Gaudi and the other Modernistes who contributed largely to the unique and instantly identifiable architecture that acts as a constant reminder of where you are when visiting this multifaceted city.
Read more about Gaudi and Barcelona...
That's all for today. Enjoy the rest of the week and see you soon.