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Spanish Exchange Trip 2018 – Post Four

May 12, 2018

Ballard School’s Spanish Exchange 2018

This year our Spanish Exchange group have traveled to the south of Spain to meet with pupils from ‘The English Centre‘, near Seville.  You can visit their Facebook page here.

View our other posts from our time in Spain – post one, post two and post three.

To read what our exchange school have written about our time there, please click on this link here. There are also lots of photos you can see here too!

Visiting Seville

We had an all day trip to beautiful Seville today (Thursday).

A boat trip in Seville

A boat trip in Seville

Warm sunshine greeted us. Our first visit was to the cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral  in the world. Our group also climbed the tower… for fantastic views.

A visit to Seville cathedral

A visit to Seville cathedral

Climbing the cathedral tower!

Climbing the cathedral tower!

Next we visited Reales Alcazares…the old fort and base for the treasures from the first trips to the Americas.

We love Seville!

We love Seville!

Finally we visited the beautiful Plaza de Espana in Seville where the English took on the  Spanish on the lake boating!

Plaza de Espana - Spanish v English!

Plaza de Espana – Spanish v English!

 

 

For more from our our Modern Foreign Languages department, please visit our MFL page on our website.

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