Monday, October 6, 2014

Activities 06.10.2014 - 12.10.2014

We will start our week in the best way possible – with churros and hot chocolate! Then we will continue with exploring Salamanca and its gardens and terraces and finish it with a movie afternoon at Tía Tula. Read on if you want to know more :)

Monday 06, 19:30: Chocolate con churros – Have you ever tried hot chocolate with churros? Know that this is a must. If you have, no other words are necessary, come enjoy the delicious treat with us at 18:00. Approximate duration: 1 hour.

Tuesday 07, 16:30: Visit to a convent – Come discover the Convent of Santa Clara. The view of Salamanca from one of its terraces is breathtaking! Approximate duration: 1h. 

Wednesday 08, 18:00: Exposition – Come to the photography exhibition of Objetivo 8, a group of 8 young artists from all over Spain. Approximate duration: 40 minutes.

Thursday 09, 18:00: Visit to the Huerto de Calixto y Melibea – We’ll visit one of the prettiest places in Salamanca with a wonderful view of the cathedrals. If you would like to know more about its history join us and one of our staff will tell you all about it. Approximate duration: 40 minutes.

Friday 10, 17:30: Film - Spanish cinema session to continue practicing your Spanish. 

Saturday 11- Monday 13: Excursion – since we have a long weekend ahead of us you might want to go on a 1-day or on a 3-day trip to one of the many beautiful destinations you can choose from. For more information ask at the reception desk.

Sunday 12: Fiesta Nacional de España – National day in Spain. Monday 13 is a bank holiday. 

We remind you that you need to sign up for each activity at the reception desk (to reserve your place, the minimum number of participants required is usually three). Also, unless stated otherwise, the meeting point is always the same Tia Tula school. Lastly, if there’s no price mentioned with the activity it means it is free. 

And don’t hesitate to participate in as many activities as you can, they are designed not just for you to have fun (that is guaranteed) but also to improve your knowledge of Salamanca and Spanish culture, and to put into practice the Spanish you learn in class.

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