Friday, October 9, 2009

By Car Across Europe (Summary)

English people like adventure, every year large number of them spend their summer holidays in touring the Europe continent young people and student mostly travel on foot or bicycles and usually stay in youth Hostels. Old people with money travel in buses or trains and stay in Hotels. Some people go out in their cars and travel far and wide in search of enjoyment and novelty.

A young English couple Roger and Sheila Forester set on a journey from London to Naples by car. They had spent their honey moon on the Isle of Capri and five years later they made their mind to make a sentimental pilgrimage. Roger obtained a passport, traveller’s cheques and the necessary documents for his car and set off from London for Dover. It took them three hours to reach the coast. They reached in time to get seats in the ferry boat, and after paying custom duties Roger drove on to the car ferry.

The sea was calm and Roger and Sheila were very happy. They had their lunch in the boat. Then they began to talk about the route they intended to follow across the Europe. By the time their ship docked at Dunkirk, they had decided nothing about trip or booked any hotels except to try and reach Brussels that night.

From Dunkirk they drove of the ferry into the France and were on their way to Belgium. It was getting dark when they reached Brussels. From Brussels they turned southwards and drove through the rolling hills of Arddens. Then they reached Luxembourg. From there they went to the valley of Moselle situated on the left bank of the River Rhine. Now they were in Germany. They were now quite tried, so they decided to have a day’s rest in Switzerland. All her life Sheila had desired to visit Venice. So they went to Venice, they were happy, Sheila was delighted to see Venice which with its canals in place of roads, is unique city in the world. They completed the rest of journey as they had planned. From Venice they went to Capri and returned to London after twelve day’s journey.

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3 Responses to “By Car Across Europe (Summary)”

Anonymous said...
January 23, 2011 at 6:09 AM

its nice


annas siddiqui said...
December 23, 2011 at 4:46 AM

osam summary


Anonymous said...
April 14, 2012 at 3:40 AM

why such lessons having no message in particular are taught to the students???


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