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Rozi Szabó, the second-place winner of the IBS World Tour, who won a one-week-long trip to a European country wrote a summary about her travels.
Here is how Rozi and her friend spent 7 days in London, England.

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I made my presentation about Sweden in the final round of IBS World Tour. When I found out that I won second place and can travel for a whole week, I chose London, England.

My friend and I arrived in London on the 15th of August.
The first day was really exhausting, after waiting 1,5 hours for our luggages. Finding our hotel was also an interesting game, the bus driver tried to be nice and dropped us off at the corner of Hyde Park where our hotel was, but unfortunately, after he left we realized that we were in the completely opposite corner of the park.

At least we had time to map the park while we walked through it. Later that night, we went to a bar in Soho where an American couple joined us singing English classics. The vibe of the live music was thrilling when everyone sang together with the pianist.

The next day, a little tired, we set off for the real tourist hotspots of London.
We started at Tower Bridge, visited the Buckingham and Kensington Palaces and finished in Westminster. After a quick break, we conquered Covent Garden and ate curry.

Wednesday morning we fed birds in Hyde Park, then we watched the skeleton of Napoleon's horse Marengo, and finally went to the Tate Gallery. We also took a boat cruise on the River Thames.

Our next day's theme was museums. We visited the British Museum and the National Gallery and after the big dose of culture, we ended our night with a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

Friday we went on a trip to Brighton during our holiday. We dipped in the ocean, ate fish and chips and lost in the charming city - which is said to be the gayest city in the UK.

On our last day in London, we tried some scones during our day in the Natural History Museum. We enjoyed the view in St. Paul's Cathedral and visited another museum. We wanted a fun night in Camden but ended up in the same pub as the first night.

My friend and I had a really great time thanks to International Business School!
I recommend everyone who likes to travel to participate in the IBS World Tour next year!

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