My Memorable Vacation

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“My Memorable Vacation”

Imagine yourself in Orlando, Fl on a roller coaster that is 90 feet up high, and you are seated front row waiting for a 90 degree drop facing down. “AHH” I was in that position once. My Vacation to Orlando was awesome. The reason why it is so memorable to me is because I went to a lot of theme parks, I went to see my family, and I had time to relax.

To begin with, the theme Parks were incredible. You have Aquatica, Sea World, and Busch Gardens. Bush Gardens is located in Tampa, which it is just a few minutes away from Orlando. The roller coaster that we experienced earlier is found in Busch Gardens. This ride takes you 90 feet high in to the air, then it takes you on a fearful drop down; combined with twist and turns. There was one roller coaster that I went on called The Cheetah Hunt. Of course, me thinking I am brave, I chose to sit in the front row. As I was ready to glance up to the ride engineer, the coaster was shot through a straight path that contained trees and animals all around. I could not be able to feel my face or hands through the whole ride and out. In these Theme parks I had the chance to see different animals interact with each other and even people. I could never forget the thrill and excitement I had.

Second, my vacation did not end there. I had the chance to see my family again. Most of my family lives in Orlando. When we get together, we like to throw parties and make a lot of food. We do what most families do, gossip about our lives and our problems. My family tries there hardest to maintain the bond regardless of the distance. The chance to see them again really made me happy and cherish the little moments we share together. What I miss the most is the fact that I would always wake up to breakfast, (cooked by my grandma) and a full house. For some reason we always tried to keep the tradition of having breakfast every morning together as a family no...
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