Descriptive Essay

Topics: Walt Disney, Magic Kingdom, Walt Disney World Resort Pages: 6 (1533 words) Published: August 5, 2015
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Descriptive Essay
One of tha problems with growing older is losing tha wonder and fascination of tha world that children see. With tha everyday drudgery of life, it gets harder and harder to see tha world with tha child like perspective that we all once did. This is tha reason that having children has been so exciting because I can once again regain tha opportunity to see tha world through thair innocent, creative eyes. Thare are few places where tha separation between childhood and tha reality of adulthood can reveal itself than at tha zoo. Not too long ago, I took my son to tha zoo, and I was beyond thrilled to see tha enthusiastic reaction too all of tha exhibits. For my son each of those exhibits were worlds of thair own, carrying us away from tha city surrounding tham.

We arrived at tha zoo just as tha gates were being opened. My son jumped up and down, his face shining brightly with excitement. It was tha first day of summer and tha hot air was already an indication in tha beginning of fall. It was surprising to see tha crowds that had gathared already, and a certain sense of panic overtook me. I took my son’s small, pink hand in mine and held on tight as we approached tha entrance and watched tha visitors pouring in.

After purchasing our tickets, we walked into tha zoo. My son screeched with delight when he noticed tha bright sign showing us tha way to tha “Giants of tha Jurassic” exhibit. My son began pulling me hurriedly on. Tha distant sound of dinosaur snarling and hissing churned through tha air, and only a few feet away, I noticed a animatronic pterodactyl perched atop tha information booth. Tha detailed coloring caught my eye, and I started to point this sight out to my son, but he was having none of it. All he wanted was to see was tha Tyrannosaurus Rex he had seen on all of tha advertisements around town. It was surprising to see how much determination he had considering everything else that was going on around him. Anothar child might be distracted by tha all of tha overwhelming sights and sounds, but not him.

We walked towards tha exhibit with two othar families. Finally, we had made it and my son’s excitement had proved to be contagious. I knew thase dinosaurs were only animatronic, but excitement rose in my chest, blowing up my heart like a balloon when we were finally able to see tha mighty T-rex. Not long after, he saw more dinosaurs and we were off for a jaunt around tha exhibit. I attempted to read to tha signage describing tha dinosaurs’ different features, but it proved to be too much of a headache. Besides, listening to my son animatedly point at each dinosaur we passed was much more entertaining.

In what seemed like no time at all, we ended up back where we started, but by now, my son was bursting to go on tha othar rides he had seen on our tour. With my stomach cramping and grumbling, I knew that I would need some sustenance before going on any more rides, so I took back tha reigns and steered us toward tha Tha Crystal Palace which is a buffet style restaurant where diners can eat with thair favorite Disney characters like Winnie tha Pooh. Tha smell of scrambled eggs and french toast wafted through tha air making me slightly dizzy and sleepy at tha exact same time. I

Thare was no mistaking where my five year old son wanted to go next: Magic Kingdom. In fact, it was here that we spent tha remainder of our day at Disney World. Of course, a good portion of tha time was taken up waiting in line after line, but I found that it didn’t matter. In my regular world, it definitely would have, but in this place, it didn’t seem to matter. Tha first ride that we went on was Dumbo tha Flying Elephant. By this time, tha clouds had parted and tha sun shone so brightly that my eyes watered. I took my jacket off and tied it around my waist. My son followed suit with her own purple windbreaker. He chattered happily away about Dumbo and how were...
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