Personal Narrative: My Trip To Florida

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During our vacation, we had just came back from school like a week ago and we needed to ride a plane to Florida. It was the most exciting occurrence in my life because I have never flew by plane before. We needed to leave our house around midnight to we could get to the airport just in time for our flight. We drove to the airport and it took 30 minutes because no-one was on the road at midnight. When we arrived at the airport, we went to department 1 so that we could board our plane. We were just about to miss it when the manager saw us and told the flight attendants to wait. We boarded our plane and I immediately fell asleep, for my dad told me it would be a 5 hour flight to Florida. I woke up the next morning and we were just landing. We needed to ride a taxi so we could get to the Florida Cruise Lines and we were early. We took a restroom break …show more content…
right after this trip and I thought it was too early to be planning now. We boarded the ship and it was huge. The first thing we did was set our stuff in our designated room and we ate lunch at the eloquent buffet. It was really stomach-filling and we decided to go swimming for a bit. I think it was the best day I had in a long time. I played with my friend, Carter, and we played basketball after swimming. The cruise was extremely fun and I really miss it, now that I think about it. I wish I could look back on it and actually appreciate that we went on the cruise. After the week cruise, we took a plane to Washington D.C. and we were all tired. We all wanted to go home, but hey, who hates extra vacation? We arrived at D.C. and decided to stay for a week, just like the cruise, except a bit better. We got to see national monuments, such as the Washington Monument and the White House. It was really amazing and my dad told us to savor the moment, for we may never come back again. I really enjoyed it and when we went home, I was really sad. I had so much fun, I will never forget that

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