My travel to Disneyland in the USA
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My travel to Disneyland in the USA

by Hsu Heng-Chuan
(Japan)

USA is the birthplace for fairy tales and Disneyland is one of them.

I went to Disneyland in the USA. It is an exaggerated big one. One day is not enough to enjoy all the recreational facilities there. They are amazing.

Disney has four theme pavilions: Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, MGM Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom, along with two water parks, which makes it almost the same size as Keelung (a city in Taiwan).

You have to take the highway to travel between the different pavilions. It takes at least 20-30 minutes, which makes it impossible to walk between the different pavilions.

If I have a chance, I will go there for one more time!




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