When I was about five years old, I assumed that everyone was the same as me. I believed that everyone liked what I liked and that they would dress exactly like me, but I never asked them if they truly did share the same compassion as I did. This all changed the day I invited my friend to an amusement park. It had been during the summer when my parents decided to take me to my favorite place- Six Flags. Since I wanted to share the experience with my new found friend, Amy, I asked her if she wanted to come. At first, she complained about having too much homework and other nonsense, but once I demanded she come with us, she agreed. At that time, I didn’t think of it as demanding. I thought of it as persuading her to come along and persuading
WOW! We were zipping through the darkness, on the fastest roller coaster in Disneyland,THE MOUNTAIN OF DOOM, at first ,I was terrified (No really I was going to jump of my pants)to go on the ride some guy got his hands cut off[like omg], and for a long time I was terrified. Now, I was on the most fantastic ride in Disney. Finally ,I can brag to my friends. After, I got off me and my mom got some corn dogs and Ice cream,and it was so cold and Delishis, butt out know where one of the seagulls got my Ice cream I was so mad I tried to catch the bird and then BAM it flew away.
Nearly all people had the occasion of going to Disney World whether they went annually as a young child or perhaps rarely as a young adult. In my case, I have never been to Disney World since the location is incredibly distant and my family and I have a sensible judgement of saving money. Nevertheless, if I was offered a rare and golden opportunity such as this, then I would be eager to have my first impression of this admired family park. In fact, there are only some requests I have listed for this certainly once-in-a-lifetime probability.
Our hotel was beautiful. It reminded me of the type of hotel I would see in a Sandals commercial. It was on the beach, our room was huge, and I swear the pool was as big as my house. That night all I did was swim and eat pizza, then I was asleep. The next day, we went to Magic Kingdom in Disney World. I was beyond excited. Before you get to Magic Kingdom, you have to go down this long road at which some point you will pass a sign saying, “Walt Disney World.” Immediately after I saw that sign my stomach felt like it filled up with a thousand butterflies. That’s when it hit me that I was actually in
As an 8-year-old child, the worlds scary place. Everywhere you look there’s something terrifying. From people the size of giants, roaming the streets, with no care what so ever with their surroundings or just realizing that in a few years would come the most difficult and emotionally unstable time of my life. Sure, those things may be slightly exaggerated, but what I do know is the most horrendous experience I had in the land of joy that ultimately ruined my love Disney for many years.
I was still drowsing, but I was awake. I got my clothes on and then went to get my phone and I remembered that I did not charge it. I found my phone on the charger and I said in my head “Thank you, dad.” My mom, my sister and I quickly got in the car so we could go to Rockford to get my cousin, Melissa. We stopped at her house and she came with us ready to go to Six Flags.
It was June 10, the day we got out of school and headed to the beach. It was our annual family trip to Myrtle Beach which meant going to Family Kingdom, River City, to the ocean, and playing around. I couldn’t wait it was finally time to go and as soon as we got on the highway my mom stops the car and turns around because she forgot her pillow. That didn’t really bother me because everyone forgets things. We were about two hours into the trip when my brother realizes that he forgot his phone. He complained the whole rest of the way how he wanted to go home and he didn’t want to go all because of his phone. But the best part was soon to come. We stopped at a convenient store to rest and get a snack. I got a bag of Chex Mix and a Blue Raspberry
Anyways, so we checked in and got our room and our super cool disney cups and were all set. It was night time by the time we got there that day so we didn’t really get to do much that day. So the next day we all got up and got ready for Hollywood Studios- which is the part where all the disney movies are turned into games and rides. That day was super fun, most likely because growing up I didn’t really watch anything besides disney movies or shows. So as the day went on I started getting sleepy but I was pushing through the sleepiness because I mean come on, I was at Disney World! This place was awesome!
When it was midnight, we loaded the car and drove through Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama. We stopped at a few places to grab food or gas. It was a long time, but it was worth it when we finally reached our condo. It was beautiful! We went to the balcony to see the ocean and it was crystal clear. The beach wasn’t crowded either. We hurried to put on bathing suits and sunscreen. Then we walked downstairs to the beach. The sand was warm and felt great. My sister’s and I ran to the water and
It was the end of the school year, and I was super excited to go home, jump on the couch and have the snuggly feeling I had last summer. When my dad came home he called me up to his room,
It was a hot sunny,afternoon ,my family and I were heading to Six Flags 5 long hours away from where we live which is Atwater California,but it felt like a 30 hour trip. When we got to the hotel that we were going to stay at for 4 days while we were visiting Six Flags my parents asked me if I would start walking with my little brother to the entrance where my big brother, sister ,grandma ,and aunt were waiting in the first lobby. I reached out to text my brother that we were heading over to the hotel but my phone wasn’t there! I started to freak out and I actually pinched myself just to see if it was a dream but it wasn’t I asked my little brother if he had seen it but he said that he hadn’t. All I was thinking about was what my parents would say about me losing my phone.
It had been a long tiring day ,my sister and i had gone to our mimi’s house for the day. She took us to see the movie in side out, my sister balling at the end. We also when out to eat at ihop, and shopping. My parents slept all day so they wouldn’t be tried to drive all night to Colorado and get there at about noon. We didn't leave until about 1 or 2 am, but I couldn't sleep I was to excited. Every time I closed my eyes eyes they just bursted open again. I was to excited to start driving, “can we go yet?” An hour of waiting, listening to the clock tick, we finally left! My sister watched frozen over, and over, and over again i think i heard let it go a milion times! I looked out the window, staring at the sea of green
Vicente Mendoza Mr. Montgomery US History 11 March, 2015 Disneyland Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth. It is one of the two theme parks built on the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California and it’s not only in California, it’s also in Tokyo, France and Hong Kong. It opened on July 17, 1955 by the one and only Walter Elias “Walt” Disney.
It is Thursday, August 24th, the opening day of the Minnesota State Fair. I am here with my family, a friend and his mom, and one of my sister’s friends. It seems so long since last year’s fair. I always look forward to the state fair, even though it’s pretty much the same every year.