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Last February 6th grade students spent a week in Llandudno, a coastal town in North Wales. During their stay, they visited the nearby historic city of Chester and the picturesque medieval village of Conwy. They also had the opportunity to visit a local school and meet some Welsh students.
In Chester, the students enjoyed a tour of the city, exploring the famous Roman wall and the city's cathedral. They also enjoyed some shopping in the quaint cobbled streets of the city. In addition, they had the opportunity of interviewing English people in the streets.
In Conwy, they visited the 13th-century castle, built by Edward I of England, and walked through the narrow cobbled streets of the medieval village. They also visited the harbor, the smallest house in Britain and the famous Conwy Hole in the Wall.
At the local school, the students had the opportunity to meet Welsh students and share cultural and educational experiences. It was a great opportunity to practice English language skills and learn more about life and education in Wales.
Overall, it was an exciting and educational week for the group of students who explored the beauty and culture of North Wales.