Personal Narrative: A Christmas Vacation

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A major regret in life, is not taking a Christmas vacation sooner with my family. Attending Disney World for the first time, brought our family closer, enabled us to conquer fears, and left us with memorable impressions. Our vacation consisted of 10 days, to explore roughly 40 square miles of property, spread out over four different parks. Each location conveyed a different emotion with every step. All the trees looked stuffed like a Hawaiian pig with adornments and fairy lights. The luminosity revealed the radiant colors that shimmered off the peculiarly oversized ornaments. Wreaths suspended from every lamp-post, with garland strung between. During the evening the site of sporadic lights, from everyone trying to capture that special moment, are clear. Familiar carols played all through the parks, causing impromptu people to sing along. With snow falling and foot prints dotted across the pathways, walking down Disney’s Main Street brings the holidays to life. While walking down Main Street you can smell fresh popcorn exploding, available in souvenir containers. The R2D2 vessel; standing roughly 4 inches tall, full of plump, salted popcorn was astonishing. On almost every corner of the estate you will find a stand, smoky as a fire pit, vending smoked turkey legs. The briny flavor develops with each bite…show more content…
The Main Street Electrical Parade demonstrates the theme of Alice in Wonderland, illustrating the pink and purplish Cheshire the Cat, with teeth as white as snow. Simultaneously, the sound of ahoy mate, focuses individuals attention to the enormous pirate ship, mast full of colorful iridescent lights. Aboard, everyone will catch a peek at Captain Hook and/or Peter Pan, if you look beyond the glow. Lastly, snails light up the streets, with bulbs in a sphere motion on their shells, while whirling to the music that streams
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