Paper On The Best Summer

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In my opinion the summer is the best season for vacation. Summer is warm, it lets to rest all the family, allows to attend places that are not so good in other seasons. Every summer vacation left great impressions and memories. For starters, I think that most of people like warm and clear weather. I do so from my childhood. I like my summer vacation because I can swim, p ...view middle of the document...

If I do not have a summer vacation I would be sitting in stuffy office. Why must I spend this precious time on my work? Next, in summer I can spend more time with my little kids because they have a vacation too and it is not optional. Moreover, I can not find enough time for my family during the rest of the year. So the summer is perfect for me to acquit. For example, we have already planned to go to the sea this summer and prepared for it thoroughly. I think the vacation with family is one of the best ways of rest. Finally, I want to say that the summer is good time to travel by car. I am from Russia and we have a severe weather all the seasons except the summer. Therefore, we try to use this time in maximum. For instance, last summer I rode about the entire Black Sea coast. So I have great memories this winter which warm me up. To sum up, I assert that summer is the best time for vacations. Summer holidays are unforgettable for their warm weather, unique experience and chance to be with my family entirely.

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