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Narritive Essay

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If you are looking to take a great family vacation and have loads of fun you should think about visiting Disney World in Orlando, Florida. From the hotels that you stay in, the atmosphere of joy that fills the air and the amusement parks that everyone goes to experience the thrills of a lifetime. I have taken many trips to many places in my life but the best trip that I have ever taken was to Orlando to visit the magical world of Disney Land last summer.

        We left one early Wednesday morning around seven o'clock and drove down interstate 95 for eight hours until we arrived at the resort that we would call home for the next four days. It was kind of tricky trying to find our ...view middle of the document...

Everyone greeted us with a smile and always said hi. All the workers wore black khaki pants and a white polo shirt with the Mickey Mouse logo in the upper left-hand corner just above the heart. By the time that we got everything all unpacked and ready it was about six o'clock and we were tired. So we went to bed early that night with excited minds filled with anticipation of the next day.

        As the new day was upon us we all jumped up and got ready and ate breakfast. The way that we traveled back and forth to the theme parks during the day was by the Walt Disney bus line. The buses were painted in spectacular colors and had many different characters on the side of them. The buses came every five minutes and different buses went to different places. The bus that we hopped on the first day was the bus that was going to the Magic Kingdom.

        When we got to Disney's Magic Kingdom and stepped off the bus I could already hear the music playing and the cheers from all the people that were already there enjoying themselves. The line going in to the park was outrageous but since we were staying in a Walt Disney sponsored resort we got to go to the front of every line and it made the trip just that more enjoyable. Everyone running around, all the little kids and all the parents that I could see all had smiles on their faces that reached from ear to ear. There was the smell of food in the air, which made your mouth water. You could here the rides in the distance rumbling the ground. As the day went on and we ran from ride to ride acting like little kids, even though I was seventeen and my brother fourteen, we eventually began to wear down and get tired. It was getting late and it was dark out. I noticed that everyone was starting to form a line around the pathway that surrounded the kingdom. That is when my dad told me that they are about to have the famous Magic Kingdom parade. The music was fun and loud and all the characters were dancing around their floats. Mickey, Mini, Tiger, Pooh and Donald were all their and many others. There were amazing lights that reminded me of Christmas. Each float had blinking bulbs that flashed green, purple, red, white and orange. As the parade came to a finish a tiny yellow sparkle made its way from the parade end to the top of the castle tower. It was supposed to symbolize Tinkerbell, from Peter Pan. As she reached the top of the tower we heard five, six, seven very loud bangs like cannons going off. Then that is when I saw the most amazing display of fireworks that I have ever seen. Purple ones exploded with green balls of fire within the core. Others exploded and had tails that reached the ground with a trail of sparkles. The show lasted almost five minutes and after it ended a huge roar rolled over the crowd as everyone cheered in amazement. That show made the old saying come true that Disney does everything better and beyond.

        The next morning we arose...

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