The children walked into the centre of London and on Westminster bridge the children took photographs using Big Ben as a backdrop.
Next, they had a short cruise up the River Thames to the Tower of London. Once more the children were given questions and a task to complete. Inside the grounds of The Tower of London, they were surrounded by history. We saw the crown jewels and where three Queens of England had been beheaded. We visited the museum and saw many artifacts from history.
After lunch we headed for central London once more and arrived at Madame Tassuads around 5pm. Everyone had their pictures taken with the famous wax models. This was another really interesting day for the children. More shopping in Oxford Street. London is not that difficult to navigate when you have so many determined shopaholics in one party. A Pizza, by popular demand, juice and back to the hotel.
The Roman Baths are in the centre of Bath. Bath is one of the most beautiful cities in England and its origins date back to the beginning of the first century. The children were given a guided tour and tutorial and discovered many facts about how the Romans lived in England. It was a test of their language skills because the tutorial was in English. The children understood and got to grips with all that was shown and told. Another fantastic day for learning and language skills, during an important era of Great Britain's history.