I'm very happy. I think this is an unforgettable trip. When I was a primary school student, my family and I first went to five cities in southern China.
We flew to Nanjing. It was the first time I took a plane. It took me an hour and a half to get to Nanjing.
In the morning, we went to a restaurant for lunch. The food in the afternoon tastes good. In the afternoon we went to Zhongshan ridge.
The next day we went to Mr. Wushan's tomb. We came to Wuxi, then went to Suzhou, where we visited the beautiful and ancient houses in the area of lakes and mountains.
On the fourth day, the river and women always wash clothes on the bank. We came to Hangzhou, where we visited the West Lake. It was very beautiful and the water was very clear.
As we all know, Hangzhou is famous for its silk and tea, so we bought one Some beautiful silk and famous tea. The last place we went to was Shanghai, which is one of the largest cities in China. The night view of Shanghai is even more beautiful than Beijing.
We visited its TV Tower, which is the third tallest tower in the world. You can see the whole city in the evening. We stayed in a hotel with floors.
I was very excited that the trip took us seven days, We flew back to Beijing. The plane was big and had three engine rooms. I was very happy and I would never forget this trip.
An unforgettable trip yesterday was a fine day. When we got to the bottom of the Great Wall, my parents and I visited the Great Wall. We saw many people there.
We were very excited and began to climb it. The sun was shining and the wind was blowing. We reached the top of the Great Wall.
We were very happy that it was an unforgettable trip.
(unforgettable trip) I'm so happy. I think it's one of my unforgettable trips. When I was a primary school student, my family and I went to five cities in southern China.
We came to Nanjing by plane. It was the first time I took a plane. It took me an hour and a half to get to Nanjing.
In the morning, we went to a restaurant for lunch. In the afternoon, we went to Zhongshan Mountain, where the tomb of Shanshan was preserved.