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Gala Dinner and Conference Trip

Gala Dinner at Arroces Brasas in MADRID

Name of Restaurant: J&L
Metro Station: El Carmen, exit: Raquel Meyer, Line: 5
Address: Street Alcala, no. 259. (Around 20 m. from the Metro Exit).
Time: 20:30 - 23:00

Since 1997 Antigua Arrocería Casa Julia, extends its hours and services, conserving our wide range of rice dishes and grilled meats, while offering a varied menus with tapas. Calle Alcala 259, Madrid find the two ideals local Arroceria Arroces y Brasas Restaurant and Disco Karaoke Nabucco.

Our restaurant is located in a strategic point in the central street of Alcalá, a few meters from the famous Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas

Map: http://www.arrocesybrasas.es/donde-estamos/

We prepare traditional dishes of Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, complemented with seasonal dishes made with products carefully selected and preserved Our kitchen is currently created for every taste, with salads, portions, tapas, delicious rice and paella (SPECIALTY OF THE HOUSE), GRILLED MEATS, or desserts.

Expected price of gala dinner: 45 Euro / person

The website is: www.arrocesybrasas.es

TRIP - Salamanca

Place of leaving: Conference Faculty Main Entrance.

Time: 8:30 AM

Time back: 21:30 PM at same place

Very noble, very loyal, hospitable and charitable, very cultured, learned and wise Ciudad de Salamanca

     

Salamanca is a town, municipality and Spanish city, capital of the province, located in the autonomous community of Castilla y Leon. It is located in the Campo de Salamanca, at the Northern Plateau, in the center-west of the Iberian Peninsula. It is home to the Salamanca diocese, whose jurisdiction extends to about two thirds of the province.

It has a population of 148 042 inhabitants and its metropolitan area reaches 203 999 citizens, which makes it the third most populous in the community, after Valladolid and Leon.

The origins of the city date back to about 2700 years ago, during the early Iron Age, when the first settlers of the city settled on the hill of San Vicente, on the banks of the river Tormes. Since then, the metropolis has witnessed the passage of various peoples: Vacceos, Vetones, Romans, Visigoths and Muslims. Raymond of Burgundy, son of King Alfonso VI of Leon, was in charge of repopulating the city during the Middle Ages and lay the foundations for the current Salamanca.

Salamanca is home to the university, active, and oldest in Spain. The University of Salamanca, founded in 1218 by Alfonso IX of León was the first in Europe who held the title of University by royal decree of Alfonso X the Wise, dated at November 9/1252 and the licentia locate docendi Pope Alexander IV in 1255.

During the time in which he was one of the most prestigious universities in the West it became popular phrase: "Quod natura non dat, Salmantica non praestat" which means "What nature doesn’t give, Salamanca doesn’t provide'.

The city owns the titles of "very noble" and "very loyal" -both flaunted from Old- 'Charitable and Hospitable "-distinction granted by King Alfonso XIII, "highly educated", "Learned" and "wise "- granted by the regional government in 1985, 1997 and 2007, respectively.

Salamanca is linked to the world history by names such as Antonio de Nebrija, Christopher Columbus, Fernando de Rojas, Francisco de Vitoria and the School of Salamanca, Fray Luis de León and Miguel de Unamuno. Even Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra says in his story The Glass Licenciate:

"Salamanca delights the will to return to all that the peacefulness of its home and atmosphere have experienced it".

"The Glass Licentiate '. Exemplary Novels (1613). Miguel de Cervantes.

In 1988, the old town was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It has an important historical and architectural heritage that stand between its two cathedrals-the New- and Old Cathedral, the Casa de las Conchas, Plaza Mayor, the Convent of San Esteban and Senior Schools. Since 2003, its Holy Week has been declared of International Tourist Interest.

In 2002, he was named European Capital of Culture by Council and European Parliament. In 2005, it hosted the celebration of the XV Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government.

Expected price of conference trip to Salamanka 50 Euro / person

The wikipedia is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salamanca