After meeting our cousins, aunt and uncle, we were then taken to the hotel where we had been checked in. Indeed a beautiful place to be staying at.I was over excited about visiting London and to look around the places. I just couldn’t wait. My mum and dad were trying hard to explain to me that it would not be too good for us to leave immediately as it would not be the right etiquette. I did not realise and went on to fight with my parents and even be really rude and say that I was not interested in the weding anniversary of my aunt and uncle. This conversation was overheard by my aunt, a very sweet and kind hearted lady, who was in hock and could not believe that I was saying something like this. We started a tour the same day and managed to see some exciting places like the London Bridge, Madam Tussads, The London Eye, several different museums in London, Big Ben, and Hampstead Heath on the first day. With this, we thought we had covered to whole of London and were wondering what we would do for the rest of the week. To our surprise, there was so much more to see in London and what we had seen was just a small part of the city. The next day went by with the celebrations and we met our distant relatives after years, and a few I was meeting for the first time in life. Little did I realise that my aunt had been very hurt and was unable to enjoy the party and although she was there she had a smile fixed to her face which was very clearly not one that seemed happy. Unknowingly, I had ruined the best day of my aunt’s life and had hurt here quite a bit.Despite this, she came to me later that day. The Diverse Lifestyle Of London.
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