Sunday, 19 December 2010


Here you are a Christmas Carol. I hope you like it. Rudolph the Red-nosed reindeer is the ninth reindeer carrying the sleigh and is also Santa’s favourite.  Rudolph is known for his shiny nose which was at first an element of mockery. The nose is so bright that it can illuminate the entire sky thus allowing the sleigh to stay the course no matter what the weather is.  Visit the link:

You know Dasher and Dancer
And Prancer and Vixen,
Comet and Cupid
And Donner and Blitzen.
But do you recall
The most famous reindeer of all

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer
Had a very shiny nose
And if you ever saw it
You would even say it glows

All of the other reindeer
Used to laugh and call him names
They never let poor Rudy / Rudolph
                                 Join in any reindeer games

                                  Then one foggy Christmas Eve
                                    Santa came to say
Rudolph, with your nose so bright
Would you guide my sleigh tonight

Then how the reindeers loved him
As they shouted out with glee
Rudy the red-nosed reindeer
You’ll go down in history


How do we celebrate Christmas?


The day of New Year’s Eve, 31st December, is celebrated in a particular way: when the clock strikes twelve, Spanish people eat one grape for each sounding of the bell that, according to the tradition, guarantees 12 months of prosperity.  

It is not Santa who comes to Spain bearing gifts, but the Three Wise Men. The Spanish Christmas continues for a few weeks after Dec. 25th. On the Eve of Epiphany, January 5th, children place their shoes on the doorstep, and in the secret of the night, the Three Wise Men pass leaving gifts. January 6th, Epiphany is heralded with parades in various cities where candy and cakes are distributed to throngs of children. 
The more common traditions include incredibly elaborate "Nacimiento" (nativity scenes), Christmas trees, flowers, marzipan and other sweets, candles, decorations and hand-made Christmas gifts.


our facilities