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LONDON RESIDENTIAL DAY 2 Hello again everyone!We are coming to the end of our second day in London and we are having a fab time! We woke up at 7am and had a big breakfast – we could have: bacon, eggs, sausage, beans, toast and croissants. Some of us felt a bit tired because we did too much talking and not enough sleeping!!!Our first stop was the Natural History museum in South Kensington. It was massive and we saw loads of different areas  with  hands-on exhibits. The most impressive parts was the dinosaur section and the Earth Science section, which had an earthquake simulator! There was also a life-size model of a blue whale and we saw ‘Dippy’ the famous diplodocus skeleton.We rode the underground from South Kensington to Leicester Square and then walked down to the National Gallery at Trafalgar square. In the National gallery we had a talk about three famous paintings. Our teacher was called Gaynor and she knew all about the history of each painting and explained all the secret meanings.Finally we walked around Trafalgar Square and saw Nelson’s column and the famous lions.After a long, busy day, we are now back at the Youth Hostel. Tonight we will be having a special quiz, writing our postcards, updating diaries and having an earlier bedtime.Goodnight everyone

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