Personal Narrative: My Family Trip To Disney World

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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. But at the end i'm finally able to go on a family trip. Two days have passed every day has been more and more exciting for my brother and I. My brother was so excited one day that he was already in the car because he thought that we were already heading to the airport.The night that we were leaving we had to wake up at 3:00 in the morning.The intence was when we were heading to the airport. It took twenty minutes to get to the airport.At first we were…show more content…
It didn't take us long to get past security. It's been a long time since I've done this or been through this ever. Right after security we went to go and get bagels it was too early in the morning to be on an empty stomach. In the beginning we were so confused on where to go we always kept on taking wrong turns. We found out that we needed to take the terminal. It was an interesting ride you would never expect was down there. We were on our way to the plane intense was increasing rapidly. On the first plane ride it was just too intense I was so excited everyone was sleeping I was awake the entire ride. The only thing that I had on my mind is me getting there to the hotel. When we were done with the plane ride our first stop was in Texas. It took about an hour for us to get on the next plane ride. Well we were on the plane this one I slept the entire trip I was so tired from waking up at 3 o'clock in the morning. especially with all the excitement it just drains all your energy. It was 4 o'clock in the afternoon when we reach Orlando, Florida. The first couple minutes were a little busy. You could definitely feel the climate change. There was a lot warmer it wasn't humid. It had a nice feeling to it, in Colorado it is usually
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