Four years ago we went to Disney World just my family and me, we had so much fun that we decided we would go again in four years. We started planning the next trip almost immediately; we were all so excited to go back. It was not going to be just us this time; my aunt and uncle’s family would be coming with us this time. I remember waiting those four years, and they felt like forever. When it finally came time to start packing (three days in advance) we made sure to prepare for what we did not last time. We had been there before so we knew what we should bring. We packed a bunch of snacks and a bunch of waters. Everything there is so expensive so we tried to cut down on buying extra food. The meal plan that we had gotten with our trip was prepaid …show more content…
We were going to meet them in the Magic Kingdom park after we were done. All of us caught at least two decently sized large mouth bass. My 10-year-old cousin caught the biggest fish. It was about 17 pounds and was 18 inches. We left the docks that were in our resort to walk to the bus stop that would bring us to the first park. Magic Kingdom is the most small child friendly park at Disney World. Most of the rides are slow and most of them are not considered thrill rides. Although all the parks have, a lot of scenery Magic Kingdom definitely has the most. There is a giant replica of the castle from Cinderella that can be seem from most parts of the park. We only rode a few rides while we were there but most of the fun at Disney World is the experience not the rides. For example, that day our supper reservations were in the Magic Kingdom and this restaurant was where you could find Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger. I had to get a picture with Piglet because Piglet is the best. When we left, it was dark outside and there were fireworks that were so bright it was very easy to see even though it was dark and the lights were shut
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Disneyland vs. Disney World is the question, and in my opinion, Disney World is the answer. They are distinctly different, except for one thing, they are the most magical and happiest places on Earth. Although they have many differences, they do have one huge similarity. The first and most noticeable difference is the size.
It was a hot, humid April morning in Orlando Florida. Being only four years old, I was wired with excitement because it was my first trip to Disney World and only my second day there. I couldn’t believe I was actually in the magical place I had always dreamed of going. I had seen practically all of the princess movies but only dreamt of visiting Cinderella’s Castle. Although I loved all of the princesses, Sleeping Beauty was by far my favorite.
If I had to drop everything except what I was wearing, what was in my pocket, and my backpack and was given 250 dollars, I would start by hitch hiking down to Rhode Island so I am close by to Sebs because I only plan on being gone for one year.. Because I can not use any credit cards and I can’t live with anyone I know, I need money in order to survive. I would find a job at a restaurant and try to become a busser than a waiter there because I have experience in working in the restaurant business. After finding a job, I would live in a near by motel with using as little money as possible. After working at the restaurant for a few months, I would gather up my money to move down to Florida by plane to start my next part of my plan at Disney World.
Disneyland and its restaurants have made so many childhood stories come to life. I could see Mickey and Pluto in real life. Disneyland puts smiles on faces. My sister, Caroline, can be seen in multiple pictures with a Mickey Mouse hat, a corn dog, and a bucket of popcorn. She always an ear-to-ear grin when
The world’s happiest place, a place where everyone and the kids want and need to go to, the place where families spend that valuable time together. #Going to Disney World is like unwrapping gifts on Christmas with family, friends, and loved ones. It’s a great feeling being able to go and experience that. There’s plenty of rides, games, sites to see, and walking at Disney. * It’s every little kid’s dream to go to Disney World and meet the one and only Mickey Mouse.
6 Flags Fun It took about 10 minutes of riding rides when Cameron said the most tariffing thing "let 's go on the Superman! " We went to Mom and Alissa then the Superman! To me the wait felt like 1 hour. Then I saw Cameron and Dad they went way up high and...
Everybody knows that there are four seasons, and everyone has their favorite one out of all of them. Mine is when the woods turns into a coloring book of orange and red, when I put a nice warm batch of hot co-co on the stove, and were all of my family comes together every year. My favorite season is fall. My favorite hobby is hunting.
The Climb I remember thinking oh, this will be easy it is probably not steep at all and will only take a few minutes. Well, I was wrong that’s for sure. Over the summer my family decided to hike the Disney Trail, we would go all the way up and all the way back down
Disneyland is the magical world for kids that enjoy fictional characters and images in breathtaking colors. But in my opinion, Disneyland is for more than just kids. The exhilarating rollercoaster rides, scrumptious food, and other attractions sum up what is expected there. Trust me when I say all ages will have a great time at the Magical Kingdom. When you first step through the gates of the park, instantly there is excitement everywhere.
It all started by deciding on where we wanted to go. At first we wanted to go to the beach. Our second choice was to go to Disney World. At the end we finally made a decision on where we were going. We were finally going to Disney World I would have preferred the beach just a little bit.
Magic Kingdom is a place full of sweet scents, smiling faces, and massive roller coasters. In the magical amusement park of Magic Kingdom, there are numerous roller coasters available at your service. In fact, each roller coaster is located in a different themed land location in different sections in the park. In Fantasyland, you can choose from an assortment of rides. This includes; the Seven Dwarf Mine ride, Peter Pan’s flight, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and many more exciting roller coasters.
I remember that my family and i 's hotel rooms were connected, and we could see each other and make plans. After we got there we unpacked and got everything ready and headed to the bus stop and waited for the Magic Kingdom bus. As we waited my cousin Vance and I were ecstatic and couldn’t wait we talked about all the
There are many things about Kings Dominion that brings a smile to people’s faces, like the many rides they have. Kings Dominion has around 63 rides! Everything from Ferris wheels to speeding roller coasters they have it all. Most of their rides are a pretty decent amount apart, and walking time could build up; but it’s only because the rides are so big they need their space. The quality of the rides is good too.