Lost in London
Maria was in London on a school trip. She was so excited she was going to fly the London /aɪ/. On a clear day you can /siː/ for twenty-five miles in all directions because you are in the European largest observation wheel. /juː/ find yourself in one of the thirty-two capsules with the strangers who were next to you in the queue, and when they close the doors, the sound of the city is cut off. You begin to rise. As the wheel turns, the capsules use the force of gravity to stay upright. It takes thirty minutes to go a full circle. The best thing to see from up there is the river Thames. You can see how it loops and curves but when you are on the ground you think it is straight. When your capsule goes lower, you are sad because you do not want the ride to end. You would like to go one more time, but it is not allowed. Or maybe yes. A stranger in the capsule offered Maria a free ticket. She shouldn't have accepted it, but she did. As she went up again she could see her classmates leaving. It was the last time she saw them in London.
HELP MARIA TO GO BACK HOME, BUT FIRST LET'S TAKE A TOUR OF LONDON!
After her ride on the London Eye, Maria went to Harrods.
Let's take the Tube!
It's time to go back home!