From December 5th to December 9th
This week was really fast because we have 2 national holidays in Barcelona:
December 6th: Spain's Constitution Day: It celebrates the day when Spain became a democracy after years of dictatorship.
In this day, many shopping centers were open because of the Christmas Holidays. Many people take the December 7th as a day-off to get a long week-end because December 8th is also a National Holiday. They called it the "Puente de la Inmaculada".
December 8th: Day of the Inmaculate Conception. This date is more popular in Barcelona because most of the citizen are Catholics. It's popular in families with children, because Christmas Market and shopping centers are open all day.
But in Casamona International, our clients come from other countries, so some of us had to be present that day and answer the phone.