PHOTOS: ConVal students go to Spain

A group photo during the last full day in Spain.

A group photo during the last full day in Spain. PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

A view from Malaga of the Mediterranean Sea.

A view from Malaga of the Mediterranean Sea. PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

A local ceramic map piece that was painted by middle school students in Ronda.

A local ceramic map piece that was painted by middle school students in Ronda. PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

A picture of The Court of the Lions fountain through the arches in the Alhambra Palace.

A picture of The Court of the Lions fountain through the arches in the Alhambra Palace. PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

A side street picture taken during a walking tour in Ronda.

A side street picture taken during a walking tour in Ronda. —PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

El palace de España in Sevilla. The square is a landmark that many know of as the place where a scene took place in the 2002 Star Wars film “Attack of the Clones.”

El palace de España in Sevilla. The square is a landmark that many know of as the place where a scene took place in the 2002 Star Wars film “Attack of the Clones.” PHOTO BY CEIRRA VALLEY

Published: 05-22-2024 12:02 PM

ConVal students in the Spanish 2, 3 and 4 and AP classes recently had the opportunity to go on a trip to Spain. The trip included a dinner in Seville, where one of the students performed a song on guitar in the restaurant. On the seven-day, six-night trip, the group also visited the Mediterranean Sea, attended a flamenco show in Granada and went to Madrid, Ronda and Malaga.

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