lunes, 30 de junio de 2014

Maria Albiach y Lara Pedrosa escriben para el blog

Visit to Powerscourt
We have written this essay for our parents so they can read how we spent our time in Powerscourt.

When we got there we didn't know what Powerscourt was but one of our teachers of the school called Erica told us the story about it. In medieval ages the owner at that time wanted people to see how powerful he was so he decided to transform it into a big mansion. It's the 18th century a fire broke out and the mansion was destroyed by it. Now it is opened to the public for visiting its beautiful gardens.

On our trip Erica asked us to look for three important things: the cemetery, the Japanese gardens and one special tower. The cemetery was actually a cemetery for animals in which we could see many dogs and a cow buried. We all loved the Japanese gardens because they were so beautiful, they also had a waterfall and lots of rivers each with its bridge. There is a lot of grass and it is a great experience to enjoy. We also found the tower and we went up to see the amazing sights.

We also need to write about the fantastic experience we had in our free time. There were many slopes and almost  everybody rolled down them, we think that it was very funny and we had a great time watching it. Even Lara did it.

To sum up we had a great time there and we all think that the gardens and the house are things that are really worth to visit because we haven't seen such sights before.

By Maria and Lara.

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