Do you like to be happy and have fun? Who doesn’t, right? Well if you said yes than I got a perfect place for you. Disney world is the happiest place on earth because of the attractions, the cool shops and products, and last but not least the great characters that are there for you to meet. Let’s go on this magical journey exploring what exactly makes Disney world so happy.
There is no doubt in my mind that Disney world has the best attractions! The rides at Disney world are really fun to be on and fun to watch what happens. That’s right the rides are detailed in every place! If you like speed then check out Rock n’ Roller coaster, Space Mountain, and more rides that are fast! If you wouldn’t like these then check out Toy Story Mania, Star Tours, and much more! The rides at Disney world will make you want to go again and again. The rides are for all ages. Each of Disney world’s rides are different from each other. One of the rides called Tower of Terror, I went on it 60 times!
Take a look around you at all the detailed places Disney world has. It looks like either the movie or the place in the world. Epcot is a park is a park where you visit different places of the world.
There is cool restaurants that you can eat at like the 50’s prime time diner. There is so much cool restaurants that are at Disney world.
The shops at Disney world have lots of cool products that you should think of buying. The cool toys and stuffy’s at Disney are one of a kind that you can’t find anywhere but Disney world. They are fun to use or play with like this toy I got called Disney T.V. There is a black pole in the in the middle where you’re supposed to put a rubber figure and you have to control the vibration and LED lights. In result it looks like it is doing something in animation. There is cool decorations and cool things for your house there.
The workers at the shops are really nice. When you go up to them to pay for your items they say “hi” to you and chat about different stuff’ but mostly about Disney. They are like your new friend. That’s how nice they are. They make you feel happy inside!
The pins at Disney world are really cool. They are these Disney pins that are put on a lanyard. So the thing is the workers have these pins up for trading and you could trade any of your pins for any of their pins. I love these pins!
One of everyone’s favorite parts is the great characters! These characters are for the movies into real life. Disney world does not chinch on them. They make them look like the people from the movies. I meet Jack sparrow and he looked exactly like the character. The characters also act like them from mischievous to sweet or nice. They act exactly what they would in real life. They talk and play things instead of just one photo. The characters talk to you like there in the movie. Like sorcery mickey pretends to do magic like in fantasia. You’ll never want to leave them! These characters are something to check out.
So now you’re getting what I’m saying, right? Disney world is the happiest place on earth because of the attractions, the cool shops, and the great characters they have. But if you think that’s it then you’re wrong! There are lots of other fun things to do that I didn’t put. When you go to Disney world you’ll agree with me why it’s so happy. Well answer me this will you go to Disney and be sad that you’re not there or will you come back like me there is evidence that I went for 5 years and say I want to go again?!
Posted April 4, 2014 by noahjv in category 2013-2014, Writing Workshop
My first trip to a Disney Park was in the summer of 1956 when my family went to Disneyland. I was 11 years old and my brother was 13. Every year we took a driving trip in the one car we had and that year my Dad extended his vacation time and we drove to the West Coast from New York, where I was born and raised. Needless to say, my brother and I were extremely excited about the trip–but mostly about going to Disneyland. During our vacation, we camped at all the great National Parks: Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Bryce, Zion and Yellowstone. But nothing compared to our going to Disneyland. Disneyland had been opened about a year and there was already construction for new rides. We had an incredible time and went on most all of the rides that day. I have pictures of me on the mules that used to be in Frontierland, of me riding in the cars of Autopia with my brother driving. I was too short to be the driver. I have pictures of Main Street, which looks just about the same as it does today. I remember going to the Golden Horseshoe Review and being given small cups of Pepsi, which I thought was great. The Rocket to the Moon ride in Tomorrowland really stood out and could be seen from most anywhere in the Park. When I got back to New York and started school, I was a celebrity as I was the only person I knew who had been to Disneyland. Everyone was so jealous of me. I look back at my childhood and those family trips each summer (which I sometimes did not want to take) are some of my best memories. But the best trip, as far as I am concerned, was that trip to Disneyland in 1956. I have been to Disneyland and Walt Disney World dozens of times since then but noting compares to that first time as a child. I took my son to Disneyland and Walt Disney World for his first time and was so excited for him remembering how I felt. I still go to Disneyland and still feel that thrill walking through the gates and under the arch to Main Street. I hope that feeling never goes away.
– Louella Novak, 69, Calabasas, CA
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