Favorite Place

Topics: Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney, Amusement park Pages: 3 (939 words) Published: November 1, 2012
Every spring break my family and I load up our family truck and ride countless hours to my favorite place. The excitement and thrill that rush through my veins when going to my favorite place, sends a thoughts to my head about what I will do and where I will go. You are never too old to go to this place, and there is always something to do no matter what age you are. Although the tickets can be somewhat on the pricey side, every dime you spend will without a doubt be well worth it. When you first walk into the park, you immediately smell the variety of foods from all over. The excitement from people can be heard miles away on the rides. There are shopping malls throughout the entire theme park. Disney World is without question my favorite place. Indeed Disney World is without question my favorite place. When my family and I first walk into the theme park, the aromas of food rush down our nostrils. The smell of turkey legs from the restaurant “Smoked Turkey Leg” is phenomenal. Your first bite will send your taste buds into an out roar of wanting more. It is so enormous that only the hunger of a lion can devour it. Countless of flavors dance in your mouth and by the time you have taken your third bite your stomach is full and the juices scattered all over your clothing. The aroma of lamb, pork, beef, chicken, and fish will stop you in your tracks and send you heading to the “Cinderella Royal Table.” Although this restaurant is expensive, the food is extraordinary. Their best entrée is the Pan Seared Salmon which consists of salmon that has garlic flavor; blue crabs which isn’t really blue but the taste of the crabs are undesirable; rock shrimp risotto sends chills down your spine because the flavor is so rich, and the shrimps are so tender; and grilled asparagus, that is steamed and seasoned really well you wouldn’t need additional seasoning. Now you have been walking all day and the heat is crucially beating down on you, why not stop at Aloha Isle. With...
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