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A Holiday To France.

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A Holiday To France. It was Monday the 14th of May. It was a cold, windy and wet day. I got up at about 6:30 am as I was going to France with the school. There wre 40 pupils and 7 teachers going. I was very excited but scared too as I had never been away from home without my family. We all had to be up in the school for 7:45am as the bus was leaving for Dublin at 8:00am. It took us five and a half hours to get to Dublin airport, but on the way there we stopped for something to eat. We got to the airport about 1:30pm and our flight left Dublin at 2:30pm to go to Paris. ...read more.


When we got insude Disney Land it was bigger than I had imagined it would be. The teachers divided us into groups of six and we all had to stay togetherso we didn't get lost and meet up with one of the teachers evey hour at the entrance to Disney Land. We were in Disney Land for almost 6 hours and we still didn't have enought time to explore all of it. It was divided inot 5 different parts. we went to the castles and they were amazing as they looked like the ones from the fairy tales. We met all different disney characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Snow White, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Tweenies, Tigger and Plute. We went on all the rides and they were great. ...read more.


After I had all my stuff packed away, I phoned all my friends, my mammy and my boyfriend. It feeled great knowing that i was going home to see all my friends and family. On Friday we left the hotel at about 9:30am and went to the markets for last minute shopping. We were there for about 2 hours and when back on the bus and we were on our way to the airport to go home. We left Paris anout 12:00pm and we landed back in Dublin about 2:00pm and we an other bus to get to travel back to Derry. We stopped to get something to eat in the Four Season's Hotel and it was great to get nice food again. we were back in Derry at 6:45pm. I was met by my mammy and daddy at the bus depot and was happy to be back home again. Ashling Cleere E20 ...read more.

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