I was woken up in the middle of the night. My family and I were going to America! A taxi drove us to the airport and we quickly got on a plane.
The flight was just under eight hours and I mostly thought that it was okay. I got a bit tired of flying but I wouldn't have been without the trip!
Our plane landed in New York City and then we got a taxi which drove us to our hotel. Our hotel was just around the corner from Times Square so we had a beautiful view!
When we woke up on the Thursday we got breakfast from Carlo's Bakery, which we have seen on television a lot. We also took the ferry trip to see the Statue of Liberty. Then we went up in the Enpire State Building. It was really cool seeing all of New York City.
On the Friday we visited Central Park, the Twin Towers Memorial and at night we watched a musical on Broadway.
Saturday we visited Body World which is kind of like a museum except its dead people who's dedicated their bodies to Body Worlds. Then they peel off their skin so we can se the inside of people. Kind of disgusting, kind of fascinating. Then we saw the Grand Central station. After that my little sister wanted to see the M&M shop, so we did.
We then spent all Sunday traveling from New York City to Orlando.
Monday we spent lying beside the pool and going to Disney Springs.
We spent all Tuesday in Disney Hollywood Studios.
We spent Wednesday in a mall. Thursday was packed! We went to Magic Kingdom where the castle is, saw the parade, saw the electric parade, saw the fireworks at night and we ate at Tony's. The same place as Lady and the Tramp.
Friday was a big day. We drove out to Kennedy Space Center. We actually saw a rocket fly up and out to the International Space Center. We also touched a pice of the moon!
All Saturday was spent in or beside a pool. The weather was so lovely!
The rest of our time in Orlando was spent either in a park or by a pool.
I really had the best holiday EVER! We experienced so much and had such an amazing time!
I really recommend traveling to the USA, it's SOOOO cool!!!
Lots of love, Holly.