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More on spring semester adventures

We have spent three days discovering Madrid. We visited Museo del Prado with professor Javier Blanco, the city and the Royal Palace; of course, we also tried chocolate con churros, the famous calamari sandwich, and went shopping to the outside market El Rastro. Bellow a view of the renowned symbol of Madrid, la Puerta de Alcalá.

Madrid puerta de alcala

Students are now enrolled in at least one regular university class taught in Spanish such as: Survey of Spanish Literature, Economy, development and cooperation, Spanish and World Economy, Philosophy of Language, and Hispanic American Literature; and the CIEE courses: Advanced Spanish Writing and Stylistics; Spanish Politics and Society; Spanish Cinema and Literature; Economy, Tourism and Environmental Issues: the case of Mallorca; and Introduction to Everyday Catalan. On top of this, as I mentioned before, we offer the Seminar on Living and Learning in Palma de Mallorca.

Uib campus joanna
Thanks to Joanna for letting me use her picture of UIB (university) campus!!

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