Books about Spain!
Living in Sunny Spain Made Easy:
The Step-by-Step Guide to Settling in Spain
Would you like to secure a visa to live in Spain? Establish residency? Get a Foreigner Number? Sign up for Spanish Social Security? Or any of the other things that will help you binary option trading live in and enjoy Spain to the fullest? Living in Sunny Spain Made Easy: The Step-by-Step Guide to Settling in Spain shows you how to do this all and more.
The guide skillfully helps you navigate through Spain's bureaucracy using local knowledge, easy-to-follow instructions and original English translations of Spanish documents.
What's In It?
A complete do-it-yourself solution, the Living in Sunny Spain Made Easy guide contains information, forms, tips and resources for both EU citizens AND non-EU citizens—employees, investors, students, spouses and retirees, too. With over 100 pages of absolutely essential information, it has:
1. The forms you'll need to apply for your specific type of visa, register with your town, establish residency, get a Foreigner Number, get a Spanish Social Security Number and more!
2. Detailed, step-by-step process sheets that break down each task you will need to accomplish and help get you living in Spain as quickly as possible.
3. Action-oriented checklists to keep you organized.
4. Handy explanatory notes in plain English of words and customs that are unique to Spain.
5. Excellent English translations of the forms so that you can complete them easily and correctly—the first time.
Living in Sunny Spain Made Easy: The Step-by-Step Guide to Settling in Spain tells you what you need to do, when you need to do it and how and where to get it done for a range of official bureaucratic processes so that you can live in and enjoy Spain to the fullest as soon as possible. Important addresses and resources in Spain and abroad are also included.
Vegetarian Tapas: Tapas for Everyone!
Vegetarian Tapas successfully interprets the classic cuisine of Spain for the vegetarian. This unique collection of recipes brings together naturally vegetarian Spanish tapas with vegetarian versions of meaty Spanish classics, all with easy-to-follow instructions. With Vegetarian Tapas you will learn to make La Mancha-style Ratatouille, Wild Mushroom and Roquefort Cheese Croquettes, Potato Omelet with Vegetables, Valencian Tomato Spread, Battered Eggplant with Honey and many other mouth-watering Spanish delights!
Note: The recipes in this cookbook list both U.S. and Spanish (Continental European) measurements. Unlike other cookbooks that rely on standard conversion measurements, each ingredient and each recipe in this book was measured and tested in U.S. and Spanish kitchens.
Courting the Bull: An Anthology of Expatriate Literature in Spain
"Nobody ever lives their life all the way up except bull-fighters."
– Ernest Hemingway in The Sun Also Rises
There is a moment – and every expatriate remembers theirs – when a foreign city begins to unfold before you. Labyrinthine subways and streets are suddenly in possession of a beautiful, hard-earned logic and what once seemed an impossibly rapid foreign tongue has become a language you can dream in. This giddy moment is frequently the point in which the traveler realizes that home is where the heart and the mind and the spirit are. In Spain, you find a population of kindred individuals – those for whom the sights and sounds of an ancient and undeniable country have proved utterly irresistible.
In Courting the Bull: An Anthology of Expatriate Literature in Spain a collection of rising artists captures the essence of Spanish culture in a thrilling prism. In fiction, memoir and verse they both explain and marvel at the wild and wonderful goings-on in wild and wonderful Spain.
"Read this book as if it were your own personal guide to Spain."
– European Vibe
"Marvellous and vivid collection of poetry, essays, and fiction."
– Robin Pascoe, Author and Expat Expert
"Read this entertaining book if you have ever wondered if you are the only one trying to cross obstacles and hurdles in your new life abroad."
– Barcelona Metropolitan
"For anyone interested in what Spanish life is like, I recommend buying this book."
– Jeremy Holland, From Barcelona
Courting the Bull:
An Anthology of Expatriate Literature in Spain
Contributors: Violeta Brana-Lafourcade, Sue Burke, Benjamin Gutteridge, Anita Haas, Rob Innis, Matthew Johnson, Marjorie Kanter, Amy Katz Kaminsky, Megan McNeil, Lenox Napier, Christopher North, Linda Palfreeman, Michael Raphan, Shiva Roofeh and Lawrence Schimel.
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