Monday, April 20, 2015

Extracurricular activities 20.04.2015 - 26.04.2015

A DIY mug decorating workshop, a dramatized tour of the city... This week we have a whole host of activities available. Enjoy!

Monday 20, 4:00 pm: Dramatized tour – Come learn the history and legends behind some of Salamanca's most important monuments in a different and fun way.
Approximate duration: 2h.

Tuesday 21, 7:00 pm: Huerto de Calixto y Melibea – Discover the romantic story behind this beautiful garden.
Approximate duration: 40min.

Wednesday 22, 7:00 pm: 'Decorate your mug' workshop – Teacher Alicia will show us how to decorate mugs with a design of your choosing.
Approximate duration: 1h.

Thursday 23, Holiday* – We are celebrating Castile and Leon Community Day. *For your convenience, we are having classes today and moving the holiday to Friday 24th. This way you will enjoy a long weekend. May we suggest you go on a trip? Check the destinations available below. 
April 23rd is also World Book Day. Tip: visit the book fair at Plaza Mayor.
Friday 24, 12:00 pm: Film– Although there will be no classes today, if you are staying in Salamanca you may want to come watch a Spanish film with us.

Saturday 25: Excursions – This long weekend is the perfect opportunity to go on a trip and discover other spots in Spain and Portugal. Oporto, Aveiro, Valle del Jerte, Sevilla, Segovia and Ávila. Plenty of options. Need advice? Come to the reception desk and we will gladly help you choose. Sign up by Wednesday 22nd.

Please don't forget that you need to sign up for each activity at the reception desk (in order to reserve your place). The minimum number of participants required for each activity is usually three. Unless otherwise stated, the meeting point is Tía Tula school. If no price is mentioned in the above description, the activity is free of charge.

Try to participate in as many activities as you can; they are designed not just for you to have fun, but also to improve your knowledge of Salamanca and Spanish culture, and to put into practice the Spanish you have learnt in class.

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