Monday, January 9, 2012

Extracurricular activities from 9th – 13th January

Life returns to normality this week. Christmas is over, Christmas carols, lights, Turrón, presents…ahead of us we have the start of the year which is full of classes, Spanish courses and as always extracurricular activities.

Below are the extracurricular activities organised for this week:

Monday 9th, 6pm: Spanish film in Spanish(1) - We will watch a contempory spanish film that will help us to learn Spanish in other contexts and also witness talented film making such as the Spanish film industry, which is unknown in many foreign countries.
Tuesday 10th, 6pm: Spanish film in Spanish (and 2)- The second dose of Spanish culture with another Spanish film.
Wednesday 11th, 6pm: Guided tour of Salamanca- Accompanied by someone from the school, Tía Tula students will go on a tour of the main monuments in Salamanca, where the stories of some of them will be revealed! It´s not one to be missed!
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Thursday 12th, 6pm: Visit to the cave of Salamanca- Discover one of the darkest and most mysterious corners of the city: la antigua Cueva de Salamanca, where history and black magic fuse into a tale like no other. Once again someone from Tía Tula will be your guide.
Approximate duration: 1 hour
Friday 13, 8pm: Tapas route – Accompanied by someone from the school, students will get to know some of the most famous bars in the city centre, taste some of the best pinchos and decide which are the best and which you´d recommend afterwards.
Approximate duration: 1 hour 30 minutes Approximate price: 6 euros

Remember to sign up for the activity at reception beforehand (the minimum number of people needed for each activity is 3). If the cost is not stated then the activity is free. The meeting place will always be Tía tula unless it is stated otherwise.
Have a good start to the beginning of the year! We recommend our students to participate in the activities so they can get to know other students in the school and so they can broaden their knowledge of the culture and identity of Salamanca and of Spain. So, what are you waiting for!

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