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Siesta - Wikipedia


A siesta (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsjesta]) (developed from Spanish, meaning " nap") is a short nap taken in the early afternoon, often after the midday meal.

SIESTA web page


SIESTA is both a method and its computer program implementation, to perform efficient electronic structure calculations and ab initio molecular dynamics ...

History of the Siesta | Sleep.org by the National Sleep Foundation


Find out more about the history of the siesta in Spain!

La Siesta in Spain - Spanish Siesta Tradition | don Quijote


La Siesta. La siesta in Spain is a famous tradition which consists on a short nap of 15-30 minutes. Find out information about the Spanish siesta and its tips.

The end of the Spanish siesta? - BBC News


Apr 9, 2016 ... Spain's acting prime minister has announced proposals to abolish the afternoon siesta, which means the normal working day ends later than ...

No More Siesta? Spanish Prime Minister Wants to Nix the Nap ...


Apr 6, 2016 ... Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced a plan this week to eliminate the traditional siesta and trim the Spanish work day by two ...

Do the Spanish Still Take a Siesta? - Spain Travel - About.com


The siesta is one of the most famous aspects of Spanish life - that dead period in late afternoon when everything shuts down in Spain, in theory so people can go ...

Siesta Key Accommodations, Restaurants, Shopping | Siesta Key ...


The Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce has gathered all the information you need to plan an exceptional day trip, the family vacation of a lifetime, or that ...

Siesta Key | Visit Sarasota County


Siesta Key Beach is central Sarasota's gateway to the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico, an island with luxurious amenities and a relaxed vibe.

What Is a Siesta? | Wonderopolis


Do you always feel tired? Does it seem like you can never get caught up on your sleep? Maybe you need a siesta! A siesta is a short nap taken during the early ...