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My first trip to a foreign country

by Ayame
(Yokohama)

I went to New York this summer. That was my first trip to a foreign country. I stayed in the middle of Manhattan for three days. The stay was little noisy, but very convenient.

My cousin lives in the state of New Jersey, so she guided me. On the first day, we walked through Central Park and went to the Metropolitan Museum. It was so big that I was not able to see all of it.

On the next day, we went to Chinatown and ate Chinese food. It tasted very good. These experiences are unforgettable for me. I want to improve my English skill and travel to a foreign country again!

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