Monday, June 8, 2015

Extracurricular activities 8.06.2015 - 14.06.2015

About to welcome summer, here are the extracurricular activities we have in store for this week. Also, don't forget that the Fàcyl festival is still running (find the programme and a playlist with the music of the festival in this article).

Have fun!

Monday 8, 6:45 pm: Scala Coeli – We're climbing the towers of La Clerecía to enjoy some of the most spectacular views of Salamanca. Our student Debra wrote about her experience in this activity here.
Approximate duration: 40 min.

Tuesday 9, 7:30 pm: We are taking advantage of two of the scheduled activities of the Fàcyl festival: a traveling show (Fadunito) and a flea market (mostly about creative illustration) at La Malhablada
Approximate duration: 1 h.

Wednesday 10, 8:20 pm: Concert by Bye Bye Lullaby – This a unique opportunity to watch Salmantinian band Bye Bye Lullaby perform from the terrace of La Malhablada! If you feel like it, you can do so while you enjoy a refreshing drink. 
Bye Bye Lullaby are featured on our Fàcyl 2015 playlist on Youtube and Spotify: 
Approximate duration: 1:30 h.

Thursday 11, 6:00 pm: Exhibition – We are heading to DA2 contemporary arte museum to visit the exhibition "Con la boca abierta".
Approximate duration: 1:30 h.

Friday 12, holiday: Today we are celebrating the saint patron of Salamanca, San Juan de Sahagún. Check out the festivities program (in Spanish): Fiestas de San Juan de Sahagún. Our suggestion: watch the fireworks from the Roman bridge at 10:30 pm on June 11th.  
Friday 12, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14, Excursions – Plenty of destinations to choose from for a one-day or long weekend trip: Madrid; Santiago de Compostela; Lisboa, Coimbra y Fátima; Aveiro; Santander; La Alberca; Sevilla; and Granada. Further information at the reception desk.

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.

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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