My Trip to Lucknow
Lucknow was like a historic city. There were many palaces and old buildings. The most interesting palace was the Imambara.
When the summer vacations started, we went to Lucknow. Our train was 20 minutes late. Our platform number was 7. In the train, our coach number was 12 and our seat number was 16. When the train came, we went into the train.
My brother and I were very excited. I said to my parents that when the train will start, we will eat the food together. The train started and we began to eat our dinner.
The train was beautiful. I saw some vendors shouting loudly to sell their stale food and some people whose’ train was late, were hurrying for their train.
We enjoyed looking out of the window. When it was late night, I told my father that I wanted to play games in his phone. My father gave me his phone and I played many games on his mobile. My mother slept because she was exhausted. I also wanted to sleep so I gave the phone to my father and slept.
Finally we reached our destination at 5 o’clock in the morning. We went by rickshaw to H. Harshit hotel. Our room number was 114. The size of the room was big. Then it was time to go for the admission test. The test was very complicated. In the evening, the principal announced the results. I passed in the admission test. My parents congratulated me.
The next day, we went to see Lucknow. It was like a historic city. There were many palaces and old buildings. The most interesting palace was Imambara. I was surprised by the complicated maze called Bhool Bhulaiya. I was wondering that if I got lost there, would I be able to find my way. It was a memorable trip.
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