How can anyone go home for a three-course meal and a siesta in the midst of peak trading?
This was in the commandante's hut, during the burning hours of the siesta, and ten days after the arrival of the widow.
"They're going into the Saint's Pool to have a siesta," said Vere.
Having got rid of us, the curé hurried back to his siesta, and we strolled round the church.
I'm afraid to speak to the servants—they are making the siesta.
So the men lay down for their siesta, and I was standing by my horse looking over the campo.
Is there no sombra where we can eat our lunch and take a siesta?
He was now enjoying his siesta after his banquet by reading an editorial in the Kurier.
What cry was that which startles the seraglio from its siesta?
But what do the poor children of Porto Rico do, while Manuel is taking his "siesta," as the afternoon nap is called?