Sunday, 19 July 2015

In Great Britain,

our masters in Europe often ask us for money and even worse,

they make laws that we have to obey, like them or not, but here is one law that I would like to see adopted Pan Europe, in the town of Ador, in Valencia, Spain, Mayor of Ador, Joan Faus Vitòria, has ordered that that town’s inhabitants stay quiet between 2pm and 5pm and is bringing in a law that ensures each citizen has the right to enjoy an afternoon nap, between the hours of 2pm and 5pm., the town’s summer siesta tradition is so deep-rooted the mayor has enshrined his citizen’s right to an afternoon snooze in law, 'everything closes between 2pm and 5pm,' a town hall spokesman said. 'bars, shops, the swimming pool, everything.' it is well-known that taking an afternoon siesta is good for you and it was even scientifically proven in early 2015, but Ador could be the first town in Spain to actually make taking a siesta obligatory by law

the new rules also stipulate that children should remain indoors: 'children should stay indoors between 2pm and 5pm so that they do not go outside and play with balls and disturb older people,' the town hall spokesman added, there is a long tradition of taking an afternoon siesta in Ador, stemming from the town's agricultural history: 'many people here work in the countryside, so it’s very usual to take a long lunch break and have a siesta after eating.' back to Great Britain, who knows a local town hall near you in the UK might take the Spanish lead and also make the same law, what do you mean your local town hall already has a 3 hour lunch break?

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