Have you ever rode a plane. Well i haven 't and last christmas was my first time riding a plane and after 6 year i went to mexico again with my mom. So today i will be telling you my story. Well my story begins when we was getting ready to go to the plane and then around 11 pm or 12 am they called us that our flight got delay to 7:00 am so we left at 3:00 am. When we got to the airport we watted untill the airport open our airline we was on so that we can give them our suitcase.
D.B Cooper Mystery On November 24, 1971, on a dark and stormy night, a mysterious man with a black suit got on the Boeing 727 flight. He was known as the man himself "D.B Cooper." He appeared with a dark suit and sunglasses to hide his face. While he was ordering cigarettes on the plane, he showed a black case to the flight attendant containing a bomb. He wrote a note telling the flight attendant, "If you don't give me $200K in cash, food supply and 4 parachutes, I will bomb this plane."
He waits for the everyone to board the killer plane. Once everyone has boarded, he stands up and breathes deeply before he hands his ticket to the Flight Attendant for Delta Airlines before he boards the plane. As he walks down the steel corridor ramp to the plane, he realizes what will happen during the flight. When he boards the plane he slowly walks down the aisle looking at everyone closely, looking for a possible suspect. As he makes it to the back
“Wake up,” My mom whispered. It was 6AM in the morning, and my family of four--my brother, my mom, my dad, and I--were packed up to take a roadtrip to Georgia, Alabama. Two of my families live in the area where we were going, and one of them was the family we were staying two nights with. The other family was my Uncle who planned everything, and everyone except my Aunt in that family was the one who didn’t know most of the family was coming to surprise her. When we arrived in Georgia, we slept overnight, then the next day, we had that family visit.
My brain was already feeling homesick before my father, and I even left. I couldn’t stop shaking with nervousness after imagining people from the U.S. not wanting a tan skinned, curly haired Brazilian guy around. My hands waved goodbye to my family and friends one last time, as I walked through the huge airport to gate D7. While approaching the door, I could observe an Argentinian wearing the Argentina national soccer team jersey arguing with a white man who was holding a ball slightly more spacious than my Barcelona blue and red soccer ball. Before I could ask where he acquired the ball, my father yanked me in the plane right before the gate doors closed.
I took my son to the airport prior to our traveling to hear the noise of an airport, to watch the luggage being checked and loaded on airplanes, to see the planes taking off, and to personally talk with security officials regarding items that were acceptable in my diaper bag. I also checked out "Cleared for Takeoff" (Fred Levine's Little Hard Hats) from the library. This video helped explain what to expect with air travel as a family goes on a trip. I also checked out travel books so I could show him pictures of places he would see when we arrived. All of this preparation helped build excitement and by our travel date, my son was ready forward his plane ride.
The door of the plane opens and a burst of heat comes rushing in, greeting me with a pleasant “welcome back”. Although the heat was nice, I had already started to feel my hair frizz and my skin begin to burn. Walking off of the aircraft was like walking into a sauna; it is the best sensation there is. We landed at the Orlando airport at around 3:00 p.m., which would give us the rest of day to drive to our rented house and relax by the pool.
Hotel room tours are my favorite because I get to show it to all my youtube fans. I was also very curious to know what it would look like. It was now 5:20 in the dark morning. “Beep,Beep,”our uber just arrived to pick all of us from the airport. As I looked out the car window I saw the beautiful city of Los Angeles.
In my opinion the flight was really boring, all I did was listen to music, played games that required no wifi, and looked out the window. I did have some snacks I had cheese it and skittles. When we got off the plane it was so hot there airport was all outside then we had to get on a bus to get us to the airport when they dropped us off there was the longest line ever! I swear there were millions of people in that line. We stood in that line like a million years.
At that point I was scared to death. I was loaded onto a stretcher and wheeled out to the helicopter. I heard one of the doctors say under their breath, “This is a lot worse than we thought.” It felt like there was a tornado and sounded like a machine gun to me outside because of the helicopter. The ride was wonderful. I got to fly over the zoo while Harambe was still there and see all of the city.