Monthly Archives: October 2014

So you’re considering the Spanish Summer Immersion Camp?

Find out more about the Spanish Summer Immersion Camp:

Tidbits of Spain

Get to know Spain through photos!

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Typical streets and homes of Spain.

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The famous “Tortilla de Patatas” or Spanish Omelette with Potatoes–eaten for lunch or as a small Tapas-sized portion after work/school.

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There are many historical and UNESCO World Heritage Monuments and cities in Spain, including this one–The Alhambra of Granada, an ancient fortress and palace.

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The view of Granada from inside th Alhambra sets you back in time.

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View of the Generalife Palace, another beautiful historical monument.

Last but not least, the staple of a Spanish diet, Jamon Serrano, which is cured ham, similar to Prosciutto.

Last but not least, the staple of a Spanish diet, Jamon Serrano, which is cured ham, similar to Prosciutto.

Are you ready for the iE-USA Spanish Summer Immersion Camp? Register now, and don’t forget the scholarship deadline of Nov. 20th!

Like Spanish? You’ll love this Summer Camp!

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This camp is open to American teens between the ages of 15-17 in their third year of Spanish or preparing for the AP Spanish and Language Exam. It is a chaperoned three week camp in Salamanca Spain and offers an all-inclusive price (airfare, excursions, meals, accommodations, insurance, supervision).

How to register: Fill out a registration form here before January 1st, mail to iE-USA and you will receive notice of enrollment by email. One partial scholarship available, information is on the website.

Learn about Salamanca, Spain by watching this video! Did you know it is a UNESCO World Heritage City? Follow our blog for upcoming information, pictures and videos of Spain!

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