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Autobiography To write about a key moment in your life. An Unforgettable trip, I still remember my 3 days trip to Paris, which is one of the most fascinating cities in the world, with 20 pupils from my year and 3 teachers when I was 14. We met at waterloo station at 7:00 am, we was all extremely excited so we wasn't bothered about having to get up early. The train journey to Paris took around 3 hours, however it did not seem this long as I had to sit next to my friend Joe and we talked the whole way there. When arriving in Disney Land we had to walk very far to our hotel, in the burning sun, I can remember my feet was killing me as I dragged my heavy suitcase along the floor and sweat dripped down my face. When we reached our hotel and got our room we had to unpack our bags. The hotel was like one I had never seen in my entire life before. ...read more.


After a long day we were exhausted but this did not stop us from partying in the square later on that night. After we eat our Mc.donalds we sat in the square where a DJ was blaring music, we began to dance in the middle. Everyone was watching us but this did not stop us, moments later the floor was packed with people dancing with us. As we went back to our place of rest at 11:30 pm, exhausted and physically and mentally drained, we all looked forward to a good nights rest but the excitement of the day overpowered our desire to go to sleep so our bodies forced us to stay up for a little while longer and I chatted away with my friends talking about the next day. The net day we got a train into the busy city where we visited places like the Eiffel Tower and the Cathedral. We were all very amazed at the train as it had two floors and none of us had ever been on a train like that before. ...read more.


We was left sitting out side the station for three hours, however it was another very hot day so we used our time by sunbathing. When we were finally allow to go back into the station we had to get a different train to our original 1 and we had to get off at a different stop to get the right train that would take us back to waterloo but the train that was meant to take us back to waterloo was also delayed. An hour later we were finally on our train home. After a long and tireless journey we arrived at waterloo station to greet our parents at 11:30. Even though all the trouble on the way home our trip to Disney Land was not spoiled. As we got home so late we was advised to not go to school the next day so we got to lay in which was very good as we was all exhausted after our 3 day trip. I am soon going away again with my school, to New York which will be my last trip with the school, I hope it will be as good or even better as this trip. ...read more.

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