Personal Narrative: My Trip To The Disney World

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For me, every spring break is characterized by a short trip to either Bald Head Island, or my uncle and aunt’s house in Georgia. This spring break would be different though. A day after Easter Sunday, my parents told me, my brother, and my sister that we were going down to Georgia. We were excited for the trip, as we are all trips, but we would be a lot more excited about four hours into the six hour drive to Georgia. My parents pull the car into a rural, roadside gas station, fill up the car, then proceed to surprise us with a trip to Disney World. My siblings and I could barely contain our excitement; it had been a dream of ours since we knew what Disney World was, to go and experience the fantasyland that existed in Orlando, and now …show more content…
The mere thought of being flung into the air made me nervous, but even so, I was too excited to think about it. Even without FastPass, the line for the ride was short and we were quickly herded into the “hidden” room which led us to the disused elevator shaft at the heart of the hotel where we would eventually board the ride. Once we were all seated, the distressed elevator box moved forward, while an eerie black and white movie played explaining what happened at the Hollywood Hotel many years ago. Eventually the foreboding film stopped and we were in complete darkness, suddenly a cold whoosh of air hit us and we were pressed into our seats, our rapid ascent began to slow, and as we reached the top of our parabola the wall in front of us opened and suddenly we could see the entire park, then box began to drop allowing its passengers to float above their seats for a few brief moments before slowing down and repeating the process three more times. I enjoyed the Tower of Terror so much that I rode three more times that …show more content…
The ride begins with a message from Steven Tyler and the rest of the Aerosmith crew. Your rollercoaster car is meant to resemble a tour van from the band. You slowly round a corner and then rocket straight forwards then up into an elaborate series of spins, flips and corkscrews with neon lights shining brightly against the darkness. My favorite parts of rollercoasters are definitely flips and going upside down, it is the perfect addition to any roller coaster in my opinion and the Rock’n Rollercoaster has plenty of them. Another one of my favorite parts of the ride was the fact that each of the four times I rode the coaster a different song was played which made the ride even more

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