A Letter from London
Dear Emily, I am writing you a letter in English, just as you asked me. Today is my third daay here. I have a lot of impressions and I would like to share some of them with you.
Yesterday we spent the whole day out-of-doors. And we visited the Tower — one of the oldest places in London. It has a long and cruel history because it was used as a fortress, a palace and a prison in the past. We saw the famous beefeaters and the ravens. They say that when they fly away, the Tower will fall.
Sightseeing is great in London. We have already visited a lot of other places such as Big Ben, the London Eye, Trafalgar Square, St Paul’s Cathedral which impressed me greatly.
My exchange partner, Bess, is my pen-friend. We got acquainted on the Internet 3 years ago. She is very friendly, talkative and intelligent. Now I am satying here with my host family. They are very nice people. Mrs. Smith is very hospitable. And her husband is one of the best people I have ever met in my whole life. My visit here is an unforgettable time. I have taken a lot of photos and you can download them all in the attachment.