My vacation to Disney World, with my high school marching band, in the summer of 2009 was one of the most exciting and enjoyable trips I have ever been on. It was also probably one of the hottest I had ever been on. Florida weather was not so kind to us for the first couple of days, it was hot and humid.
But of course, the first thing on the agenda was getting there, of course via charter bus. The trip seemed to take forever but we finally got to our Embassy Suits hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. We had fun at the hotel, but soon we were on our way once again to our final destination.
The first thing we did as we arrived in Orlando was attend Medieval Times. It was so much fun cheering on our knight and eating the food with our fingers. We returned once again to an Embassy Suits hotel for our stay throughout the week.
For the next week we spent our days in Disney World. We visited the water park Blizzard Beach, Hollywood Studios, Magic Kingdom and Epcot. I had a blast as I rode roller coasters and movie rides with my friends. We went to Coco Beach and Ron Jon Surf Shop one day as well. I loved swimming in the ocean.
One of my favorite parts was being able to march in the Spectromagic Parade in the Magic Kingdom. There were so many people there cheering our band on, it was so exciting. I had so much fun doing all these fun things, but the best part of the trip was being with my friends the entire time. We laughed all day with each other, poked fun at one another, and tired ourselves out. Even at the hotel we had so much fun together.
This was one of the best trips I have ever taken and I am glad I could spend it with my friends. I will certainly always remember the band trip to Orlando, Florida.
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