The group's inayofuata stop is the Museum of English Rural Life. This museum showcases the history of the English countryside with exhibits on farming, food, and craft. Multi-language audio guides were also available upon request in the ticket booth. The five Marafiki and the Beatles enjoyed looking at the exhibits while using their audio guides to narrate the stories behind them. After going through them all, they bought some vitabu in the souvenir shop. Their third and final stop in the itinerary is the Motion Simulation Room, which allows visitors to try their hand on driving a range of racing cars in fully professional simulators, thus delivering an unbelievably realistic and immersive experience. Everyone had a blast here, and they even got a group picha as a keepsake. As they went back outside, Rosie remarked, "That was such a wonderful tour we had!" George replied, "It sure is, love! We had lots of fun." Rosie said, "Yeah! Since it's already getting dark, shall we eat chajio, chakula cha jioni now?" George replied, "Certainly." Rosie said, "All right." With that, the five Marafiki and the Beatles walked until they found a pizza restaurant. They then went in, got their orders, and waited patiently for their chakula and drinks to arrive.
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