My experience of going to England
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My experience of going to England

by Daniel
(Chofu, Tokyo, Japan)

Bath

Bath

I went to England last year. But I didn't go there to travel. I participated in a robot competition. I stayed there for about 8 days to attend the robot game.

But my team and I still took some time to see some sights. We went to Bath, which is a beautiful place. In ancient times, Roman people went there and built a shower place, because it has a hot spring there.

We stayed in a dormitory at a university, and it was good. Everyone had a room and we had a living room and a kitchen, and we could cook by ourselves. On the last day we stayed in England, we visited Oxford and the Windsor Castle.

I got a lot of good memories. If I have a chance, I will visit England again.

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