Trip to Spain Broadens Cultural Horizons

Spain trip

A group from Salkehatchie toured various cultural historic landmarks in Spain

Professor Sharon Folk led a group of seven, including four Salkehatchie students, on a trip to Spain this past May. Two students received credit for the trip as part of Spanish 398, a cultural course. They stayed for a week in Madrid, visiting the Royal Palace and the Prado, taking a day trip to Toledo, and eating at the world famous Botin, the oldest restaurant in the world. The group traveled by high speed train to Sevilla for five days, where they visited a number of historic and cultural sites, including the third largest cathedral in the world, the Archives of the Indies, and the Alcazar.