• Why does Spain have 2 toilets? What are they used for also Spain is Beautiful!!?

    Best answer: I believe the second "toilet" you are referring to is actually called a bidet. In many foreign country, the natives actually prefer using bidets over toilet paper. If you want more information, I would suggest you google what a bidet it.
    Best answer: I believe the second "toilet" you are referring to is actually called a bidet. In many foreign country, the natives actually prefer using bidets over toilet paper. If you want more information, I would suggest you google what a bidet it.
    5 answers · Other - Spain · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I go to Spain or Portugal?

    I’m looking for a nice family holiday (me, my mom and dad). Ideally it would have a really nice resort, nice weather, nice food and lots to do. We want more of a chilled holiday than a sightseeing holiday. What would be a better option, Spain or portugal? It’s my first time going abroad.
    I’m looking for a nice family holiday (me, my mom and dad). Ideally it would have a really nice resort, nice weather, nice food and lots to do. We want more of a chilled holiday than a sightseeing holiday. What would be a better option, Spain or portugal? It’s my first time going abroad.
    7 answers · Other - Spain · 3 months ago
  • What should I know about Spain?

    I’m from Los Angeles, and will be visiting Spain soon. Any tips? What’re your favorite Spanish restaraunts? What are your favorite songs from Spain? Favorite places to visit? Hidden gems? Is there any behavior we should avoid? I would like your advice in general🙂 I’m so excited!
    I’m from Los Angeles, and will be visiting Spain soon. Any tips? What’re your favorite Spanish restaraunts? What are your favorite songs from Spain? Favorite places to visit? Hidden gems? Is there any behavior we should avoid? I would like your advice in general🙂 I’m so excited!
    5 answers · Other - Spain · 3 months ago
  • Spain Travel: Which city do you recommend? (Beach & Culture)?

    Hi! This question goes out to anyone who has traveled to Spain- can you recommend any specific city with access to the beach? I am going with a few friends from my university and we would like to spend 4-5 days total in Spain, and at least 1-2 days at the beach. However, we want to do cultural sightseeing as well.... show more
    Hi! This question goes out to anyone who has traveled to Spain- can you recommend any specific city with access to the beach? I am going with a few friends from my university and we would like to spend 4-5 days total in Spain, and at least 1-2 days at the beach. However, we want to do cultural sightseeing as well. I was thinking Barcelona but what can you tell me? Thanks :)
    5 answers · Other - Spain · 3 months ago
  • Does Spain give citizenship to Americans born to Spanish parents?

    My American friend was born to a Spanish dad and Dutch Mother. They were both immigrated to the USA. He wants to gain citizenship to Spain and heard that span gives citizenship to children born to Spanish parents. His dad is Spanish. Can he gained citizenship? If yes, how does he gets it and how long does it take?
    My American friend was born to a Spanish dad and Dutch Mother. They were both immigrated to the USA. He wants to gain citizenship to Spain and heard that span gives citizenship to children born to Spanish parents. His dad is Spanish. Can he gained citizenship? If yes, how does he gets it and how long does it take?
    8 answers · Other - Spain · 4 months ago
  • Is it safe for an American to travel to Spain by yourself?

    Ive been having a HUGE interest in Spain and that because i am so fascinated by the Spanish culture, history, lifestyle, and art. I really want to explore and the whole entire nation. However, my whole entire family doesnt even believe and think i could travel alone. But regulardless, i really do want to travel... show more
    Ive been having a HUGE interest in Spain and that because i am so fascinated by the Spanish culture, history, lifestyle, and art. I really want to explore and the whole entire nation. However, my whole entire family doesnt even believe and think i could travel alone. But regulardless, i really do want to travel alone over to Spain. But the problem is that if i were to alone out there and since i am born in the US, how will i be treated out there? Also, if i speak Spanish and be friendly and respectful...will everything be ok?
    7 answers · Other - Spain · 5 months ago
  • English families living in Benidorm?

    Me and my husband and our children are looking at moving to Benidorm. The only problem is I don’t know where to start. We have three children aged 8, 5 and 2. I would like them to attend an English school as none of us speak Spanish. I know there are private schools available which are English but just wondering if... show more
    Me and my husband and our children are looking at moving to Benidorm. The only problem is I don’t know where to start. We have three children aged 8, 5 and 2. I would like them to attend an English school as none of us speak Spanish. I know there are private schools available which are English but just wondering if there are any English schools which are free? I am a teaching assistant and my partner is a hgv driver and window cleaner. I have tried to look online for jobs for us both and had no luck. Was wondering if anyone knew where I could start? Also does anyone know if any accommodation for long term let? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
    6 answers · Other - Spain · 5 months ago
  • Spain is famous for what ?

    12 answers · Other - Spain · 5 months ago
  • Why do Spaniards pretend to be Germans?

    Iberians are predominately R1b haplogroup which is obviously why Spaniards are typical southern Europeans and have nothing in common with English, Germans, and Scandinavians. DUH! common sense! Visigoth plundered where is now Spain-According to that nonsense, asinine "logic", Vandals plundered Algeria... show more
    Iberians are predominately R1b haplogroup which is obviously why Spaniards are typical southern Europeans and have nothing in common with English, Germans, and Scandinavians. DUH! common sense! Visigoth plundered where is now Spain-According to that nonsense, asinine "logic", Vandals plundered Algeria and Tunisia so they must be Germans, too lol! Or that Iranians are Mongolians because Iran was in the Mongol empire. Spanish are Romano-Celts. And NO!!! Celts have NOTHING to do with Germanic people what-so-ever as they claim. In fact, those freaks despised us Danish Saxons and ran around naked. And whether you like it or not The Saxons/Vikings from Denmark put you weakling Celts to shame! Pathetic Celts next time stop posting inane fallacies and get your facts straight, *****. I am truly English, German and Danish/Norse Anglo-Saxon/Viking and I could instantly crush a lame, low-level Celtic bastard effortlessly.
    7 answers · Other - Spain · 6 months ago
  • Is this a good letter to write to a judge?

    To whom it may concern, I am truly sorry that I made a mistake that did not only affect me but my community and family as well. I understand that stealing is a very wrong thing and what happened on 11/14/17 at Walmart has taught me that the consequences are not worth an unlawful gain. Please accept my apology... show more
    To whom it may concern, I am truly sorry that I made a mistake that did not only affect me but my community and family as well. I understand that stealing is a very wrong thing and what happened on 11/14/17 at Walmart has taught me that the consequences are not worth an unlawful gain. Please accept my apology for this act. I know you cannot but please forgive me for this last time and I promise that henceforth there will be no such mistake caused from my side. I am working closely and will continue working with my therapist to make sure I never do this again. Once again, I am very sorry for my misbehave and my act. I once again apologize for my shameful act. Thank You. (My name) -please let me know if there are errors. I am going to hand write it and give it to my lawyer because I’m not going to the heading with him. Thanks
    6 answers · Extremadura · 7 months ago
  • Give facts and I'll reward you!?

    Best answer: This cathedral having become too small for Seville, the chapter resolved in 1401 to rebuild it on so vast a scale that posterity should deem it the work of madmen. Only the GiraIda and the Court of Oranges were left as they were. The work was commenced in 1403 and finished in December, 1506. The dome was as high as... show more
    Best answer: This cathedral having become too small for Seville, the chapter resolved in 1401 to rebuild it on so vast a scale that posterity should deem it the work of madmen. Only the GiraIda and the Court of Oranges were left as they were. The work was commenced in 1403 and finished in December, 1506. The dome was as high as the lower part of the Giralda; it fell in, however, 111 1511, and was restored by Juan Gil de Montanon in 1517. The principal façade, which looks to the east, extends the whole width of the building, and is as high as the naves, to which its five divisions correspond. The decoration of the upper part, including the rose window, are eighteenth-century work. The plan of the building is a rectangle, 380 by 250 feet, the chapel royal projecting an additional 62 feet to the east. It is roofed with seventy ogival vaults, supported by thirty-two gigantic columns. In the windows above the door of the bell-tower is preserved the original design of the Giralda, which, it is said, was constructed by Geber, to whom are attributed the invention of algebra, and the origin of the name (Al-Geber). Where the bell-chamber now is there stood another rectangular mass, surmounted with four enormous balls, or apples, of bronze. In the interior is an enormous spike which serves as an axis from which thirty-five sloping planes radiate. In 1568 Fernán Ruiz, by order of the chapter, added ninety-two feet to the height of the tower giving it its present form, and setting up the giraidillo, gyrating statue of Faith, which serves as a wind-vane. This statue, cast by Bartolome Morel, measures over 13 feet in height and weighs 28 quintals (about 2840 lb.). The magnificent reredos of the high altar was designed by Danchart in 1482 and is the largest in Spain. In the sacristy beyond it are preserved the "Alphonsine Tables" ( Tablas Alfonsinas ), a reliquary left by the Wise King. The splendid stalls of the choir are the work of Nufro Sánchez, who wrought them in 1475. The Plateresque screen which closes the front of the sanctuary was designed by Sancho Muñoz in 1510. The chapel of S. Antonio holds Murillo's famous picture of the saint's ecstasy and the Infant Jesus descending into his arms. The chapel royal contains the tombs of St. Ferdinand, Alfonso the Wise, and Beatriz, consort of the latter, while in the pantheon, behind the sanctuary, lie the remains of Pedro I, his son Juan, the Infante Fadrique, Alfonso XI, and other princes.
    5 answers · Other - Spain · 7 months ago
  • Would this be a good strategy in criminal court if you were a mafia ring leader in a case you are bound to lose anyhow?

    You were caught doing illegal things and even some hundred million dollar fraud , So with not much more to lose, you say “judge hey look, before you convict me, you might want to think again because I know where your daughter lives and one day you wake up she just might be missing, and you judge can avoid that... show more
    You were caught doing illegal things and even some hundred million dollar fraud , So with not much more to lose, you say “judge hey look, before you convict me, you might want to think again because I know where your daughter lives and one day you wake up she just might be missing, and you judge can avoid that unfortunate event if you acquit me, you can take the risk but I’m just letting you know,” For fear of dear life, would this defendent get the judge to acquit the case or not likely in this hypothetical ?
    6 answers · Extremadura · 7 months ago
  • What languages are most spoken on the Camino de Santiago?

    I am a native English speaker, and I'm pretty fluent in Spanish. What other language should I study in order to communicate with the most people on the camino as possible? French, German, Dutch?
    I am a native English speaker, and I'm pretty fluent in Spanish. What other language should I study in order to communicate with the most people on the camino as possible? French, German, Dutch?
    5 answers · Other - Spain · 7 months ago