A place that I can describe very well with all my senses is a place that a lot of people know about and that’s Disney world. It’s a place that I can describe so well because my family and I would go their every summer ever since I was a little child. People always ask me “how could you go their every year, don’t you get sick of it”. That’s never the case for me. I love going to Disney world it’s a getaway for me. When I walk through the front gates I literally forget everything in my life. All my problems, issues, friends, and if I didn’t go with my family I would probably forget about them to.
Furthermore, the things that you see, smell, taste, touch, and hear in Disney are unlike anything you have experienced before. The smell in Disney world is very unique because of all the different kinds of food they have. They have everything from McDonalds to real Chinese food. One of my favorite foods in Disney is a turkey leg. They are served from vendor all across the park and its one if their most popular foods there. The smell of this turkey leg is irresistible. The first time I went there I had no intentions of trying it but my parents got it and took one bite and the rest was history. Also hearing is another sense that is one of the most important at Disney. You can hear all the fun and enjoyment in the air. From people scream on the roller coasters to little kids screaming and crying because the characters are too scary.
Now for the most important sense, seeing, seeing is the key to everything. If you are blind I feel really really bad for you. Disney has a breathtaking landscape from the front gates all the way to the bathrooms; it’s an unbelievable site to see. Cinderella’s castle is magnificent the way the castle glows is comparable to the way diamonds glisten in the light. People always crowd the castle it’s an amazing site. People take pictures and videos of the castle all the time. It wouldn’t surprise me if the castle...
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