LONDON RESIDENTIAL TRIP DAY 3 Today was another amazing and jam-packed day in London. We began the day by walking under the river Thames through the Greenwich Foot tunnel. We walked down a long spiral staircase (next to the ‘Cutty Sark’) and then walked right under the river and appeared on the other side!!After having lunch at the base of the London eye, we walked over Westminster bridge and went in to the Houses of Parliament! We met the MP for Stroud (Neil Carmichael) in a special committee room. We asked him all sorts of questions about his job and Joe B even invited him to visit our school for lunch!!!!The most interesting part of this visit was when we saw the House of Commons in action. We sat in the viewing gallery and watched a debate about health and hospitals – we saw the Secretary of state for health (Jeremy Hunt) discussing issues with other MPs.In the afternoon we visited the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth. The museum was packed with Tanks, planes, rockets and artefacts. Our favourite part was the trench experience.Before heading home, we went to the Slug and lettuce for a delicious tea. We are all very very tired now but really looking forward to Wembley, the RAF museum tomorrow and Planet Hollywood tomorrow. Missing you all loadsYear 6!!