Narrative Essay

Topics: Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, Florida, Magic Kingdom Pages: 2 (566 words) Published: April 5, 2013
College Writing
Narrative Essay -1st draft
My Trip to Orlando

After getting my first real job, I started to think about where would I spend my first paid time vacation, and after lots of thinking I decided it would be in Orlando. So, I did. I went with some of my friends. I had never felt so exciting in my life. I spent 4 days and 3 nights in Orlando. My trip to Orlando had begun with lots of expectations and no worries at all.

 The morning we were to leave for our trip was very sunny so I woke up a few hours early from the light shining through my window. So, I used this extra time to finish packing my belongings that I had forgotten to pack the night before. We left around 7am on a warm, July Monday morning. It was a long trip and when we finally got there we were exhausted.

On July 2, 2012, 7 am, we had left New York City. We also rented a car, which ended up being a nightmare because I was the only licensed out of us 4 friends travelling. So, we rented the car with a GPS navigator. Which I think wasn’t up to date, because it kept indicating routes that where closed or areas where roads where in construction (That’s why I do not regret having

an iPhone, which I also use for GPS and I believed that had helped me.) Our nights were basically going out drinking and dancing. Every time I entered my room, which I shared with one of my friends, emotions were in overdrive with delight. As soon as we entered our room, we went to bed due to extreme exhaustion.

On the second day of our travel, we visited Magic Kingdom of Disney World; Even though Disney World consists of 4 theme parks: Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, MGM Center, and Epcot Center, we wanted to select only one theme park to concentrate on one place. We really enjoyed some roller coasters, parades, shows, and fireworks. However, I thought that Magic Kingdom is suitable for children rather than adults. I needed more adventuresome things.

On the third day, we visited the...
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