Creative Writing: The Ripley's Museum

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During the summer, my family went for a two week camping trip near niagara falls. One day, we explored a stunning city block on the canadian side of the falls, called clifton hill. When we first turned into the block, we were blown away by the majestic, vivid and intriguing decorations displayed on the buildings down the street. Some structures were assembled into a certain shape. The Ripley’s Museum in particular had this roof of the building shaped like a building that had fallen over, with king kong at the peak (aka side) of the building. Instead of shops and restaurants like a normal street, this block was jam packed full of convivial and enjoyable buildings. There was a Ripley’s Museum, a moving theatre, two wax museums, two haunted houses,
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