Florida Do you know when you are on a plane, your ears pop like crazy? Well, I know from experience, because I was on a plane to Florida for 2 ½ hours. My family, aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents were all going to Florida. When the airplane takes off for the very first time, your ears are not used to the elevation, so it will mostly likely hurt. You eventually get used to the feeling of it, after a certain amount of time in the plane. “We have been in this plane for 2 hours,” Braden moaned. “Are we gonna get there anytime soon?” “Yes,” Mom replied. “It’s not long now until we land.” It was about another half an hour before we finally landed in Orlando, Florida. The first thing we did when we got off the plane was gather our bags at the bag lot. We then proceeded to find our 15 passenger van that we had rented for the week. It took about another half an hour before we finally had found the van. I said in excitement, “Finally we can get to our resort and unpack!” “Then we can get our swimming suits on and go to the pool!” Jessa said lively. “Hold on,” Mom answered, “We still have to find something for dinner before we do any swimming.” It was about a 15 minute drive to our resort, but it was worth the 15 minutes. Orlando, Florida was so beautiful and it had a lot of beautiful sites too. The most annoying part about driving there was the traffic. Traffic in Orlando was insane and scary. You have no idea how long the stoplight lines were. We had to wait two
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A few days in the marina, savoring the last little bits of our time in Florida, ended abruptly with an early morning trip to the airport in the dark. With spring break coming up and missing grandbabies, not to mention kids, we planned to fly back up north for a visit. We had to wear long pants and carry coats because we knew it’d be cold in Maryland. Ohhh…the horror of it.
It was a bright hot summer day in Florida, and my family had just arrived for our week long vacation, but we were in for the biggest shock of our unified life. We had never thought that this dreadful thing could happen at such a beautiful place.
Have you ever been to Florida? I went this summer with my mom, dad, sister, and brother. on the plane ride I sat on the window side, and my dad sat in the middle. My brother sat with us on the other side of my dad. My mom and sister sat in row 4, and we sat in row 13. On the way home I sat with my mom in row 4, and my dad, brother, and sister sat in row 13.
Three years ago, on an early, hot July morning, it was time to begin our trip to Tallahassee and Perdido Key Florida. My parents were buzzing around the entire house to try to finish up the packing, and the last final details such as food, money, and all those things that adults have to worry about before a big trip. My brother, Zach, and I were sitting in my muggy living room with all of our bags watching Spongebob, trying to comprehend how we are possibly going make it through a 16 hour car ride. My parents aren’t too keen on flying, well, actually my mom isn’t too keen on flying. My parents rented a car for us to use on the trip, because my mom didn’t want to add anymore miles on our ten year old van. Basically my parents could not trust
The warm,cozy and smell caught me off guard and I wanted to just sit there and listen to it. The first thing we did when we got to Florida is we all went to our rooms and rested. Then,in the morning we went to the beach. The water there was temperate and delightful. The people there were very balmy to us too. We also went to a lot of restaurants. They had delectable seafood and sweets such as cake,ice cream,and brownies and more. The best part of going to Florida is that we got to go to an amusement park and rode a lot of rides.
After living in Florida for many years, the most important lesson to learn is not to panic. “True Floridians” have an interesting behavior that is noticeable in time of crises and stress: they let things happen naturally. This is applicable to new jobs, new schools or programs, even hurricanes. Between a hard work ethic and taking advantage of every opportunity available, one does not need to worry or panic. This lesson was ingrained in memory from childhood, and can be applied every day in life.
Tallahassee, FL-- The city of Tallahassee will be hosting its annual Independence Day celebration at Tom Brown Park the event begins at 5p.m. Showmobile stage entertainment begins at 5:30.
The summer between my seventh and eighth grade year was certainly one of the most eventful summers that I have ever had. I traveled through the states on the west coast. Okay so “traveling through the states” it a little bit of a stretch from what actually happened. I did go through a lot of states on the west coast but we only drove through them to get to where we were actually going. During this summer went on two trips with my family and one with my school. The first trip that I went on was with my family and it was to Coco Beach which is in Florida, this beach is on the west coast of Florida while I live on the east coast of Florida. The next trip that I went on was also with family but this time we went to Pittsburgh Pennsylvania to go
Last summer was a real blast! I went to Florida to visit my family for a week, and Malik came with me. I hadn’t seen my Florida family in so long, and my New York family came too. Meanwhile everyone was having fun and enjoying each other’s company, I was sad because it was going to be my last week with my main companion pup, since pre-k, Splinter. I loved every minute of Florida; I was praying the time there would never end.
While autumn’s transitional lower temperatures, harvest festivals and softer sunshine is a splendid time to live in the state of Florida, the three other seasons on the calendar are equally remarkable here.
“Abiba, did you pack up everything? Are you ready to go?” Mom asks while setting up the table for breakfast. “Can you tell your brother and dad to come down for breakfast?”