I booked in for the first time slot of the day, we were welcomed into the base camp and where we were given a briefing video and our kit. When we started the ascent we all had our photos taken, then we were told to begin the ascent. I found it quite hard to get past the brackets along the pathway, since the guide only showed us briefly. When we arrived at the top we took lots of pictures and there was lots of information about the sights. I downloaded the app for Up At The O2, and there was lots of enhancing tools on that so I would recommend getting that for the excursion but make sure you have 3G and do not rely on wifi if you want to share to Facebook or twitter because the wifi doesn't stretch to the top of the O2. Overall I really enjoyed the journey; I would do it again.
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