Extracurricular activities 15.11.2021 - 20.11.2021

These are the extracurricular activities organised for this week:

Monday 15, 18:30h: Dramatised tour - In this dramatised tour we will accompany a pilgrim from the Old Church of the Holy Trinity of the Arrabal to the pilgrims' hostel, passing through the Church of Santiago located next to the Roman Bridge.
Free access until full capacity is reached.

Tuesday 16th, 11:45h: Breakfast with Tía Tula - We will have breakfast together with Jaime, the school's public relations officer. He will be doing some fun activities while we have breakfast. Tía Tula invites you to a coffee.
Approximate duration: 30min.

Wednesday 17th, 20:00h: Language exchange - Come and practice and improve your Spanish with other native students.
Approximate duration: 1h.Price: 1,50€.
A basic drink of coffee, beer or water is included (or a discount of 1,50€ on other drinks).
Meeting point: Manolita Café Bar

Thursday 18, 20:00h: Suggestion - XVII Intercultural and Human Rights Film Series. A selection of four films revolving around social and human rights issues.
Venue: Van Dyck Cinemas
Price: entrance fee.

Friday 19, 20:00: Tía Tula's recommendation - Theatre for adults. Show "We are nobody" at the Casa de las Conchas.
Free entrance until full capacity is reached.
Mandatory use of masks and compliance with safety measures.

Saturday 20th: Excursion - We have several destinations proposed to organise an excursion this weekend. Find out more at the Tía Tula secretary's office.

We remind you that it is necessary to sign up at the concierge desk for each activity (to reserve your place; the minimum number of participants required is normally three people). We would also like to remind you that the activities that do not have a price in their informative details are free of charge, and that the meeting point - unless otherwise stated - is always the Tía Tula school itself.

And don't hesitate to participate in as many activities as you can, because they are activities designed not only to have fun (that's 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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