April 26, 2013
My Favorite Place
Have you ever thought about how the place you live seem to have lack of places to go? Is it really inconvenient to get to places? And sometimes when you go somewhere, you have to worry about the weather. Where would you go? Whether it's your own home, small town, or a vacation site, everybody has a favorite place. Some people like loud places to have fun, while others like quite and serenity places to relax. If I had to choose my favorite place, it would be Seattle. I love it because there are lots of fun places to go, the presence of nature, and the weather is mild.
Even if you think Seattle is not actually for vacations, there are actually lots of fun places to go. First of all, riding The Great Wheel makes you feel like you're up in the top of the world. The view is amazing from up top, and you can see the skyscrapers reach the sky, especially at night time. The dazzling lights like stars in the galaxy makes you forget that you are on the ride. One time, my family and I went to Disneyland in the summer of 2010. We rode the ferris wheel, and when I got to the top, my dad started to jump and stomp his foot onto the metal floor. Then he started to sway his body and the passenger car started to swing forward and backward. My whole family was screaming at the top of their lungs. It sent chills on my back as I was almost sent flying forward onto the other side of the bench. It was designed to sway forward and backwards, and to also scare you! In addition, Chinatown is also my favorite place in Seattle. It is filled with delicious restaurants. When my family and I walked down the street, the aroma of the food fills the air. The smell of the roasted duck makes my mouth drip out saliva. Your first bite will make your taste buds tell you to eat more. By the time you take the third bite, the juicy oil invades the dryness of your tongue. Also, Chinatown is packed with stores. Crowds of people clog the stores and...
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