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Happy Summer Vacation

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Happy Summer Vacation

1st Stop: Burj Al Arab Hotel

Spend a night at the world's fanciest five-star hotel. Get treated like royalty1, served, spoiled and 1)pampered till your heart's content! One spectacular suggestion, the Burj Al Arab in Dubai. A 2)limousine3 picks you at the airport and 3)whisks you off to your private paradise. Once inside the colorful hotel, you'll be 4)escorted to your guest suite4, which comes with your own private 5)butler. The room is 6)crafted from the finest materials from around the world and 7)decked out with every imaginable luxury, from video on demand to a steamy Roman spa. The price for all this 8)indulgence: $10,000 a night, but that includes the butler!

2nd Stop: Northern Lights

See the Northern Lights, also known as "God's Light Show. "This magical 9)iridescent5 phenomenon has 10)entranced people for centuries both for its beauty and mystery. While you can sometimes catch sight of them in the northern United States, the farther north you go the more vivid they glow, the North Pole being best.

3rd Stop: Great Museums

Plan a great museum vacation, great art museums in the great cities of the world. Start with the Louvre in Paris: after walking through the I.M. Pei pyramid entrance, visitors encounter one of the greatest art collections in the world, including treasures like the 11)Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa. Next, travel to Washington, D.C. and the world's biggest museum, the 12)renowned6 Smithsonian. There are a total of 16 different museums within the Smithsonian, from the Air and Space Museum to the Museum of American Art, which houses great works of art by the likes of 13)Georgia O'Keefe and 14)Andrew Wyeth.

4th Stop: The Tanzanian Plain

Visit Africa's Serengeti Plain in northeast Tanzania, near Kenya. This 15)sprawl7 of wilderness8 is home to world's largest concentration of zebras, 16)hippos and giraffes. If you're lucky, you might witness the incredible 17)spectacle of a mass 18)wildebeest migration9 or catch a glimpse of the plains?19)dwindling elephant and 20)rhino10 populations, which have sadly been 21)decimated by 22)poachers. This may be your last and best chance to see these spectacular creatures outside a zoo. So go -- now!

5th Stop:   The Ganges & The Nile

I mmerse yourself in the great rivers of the world. First the Ganges, the sacred river of India. The Ganges is 1,560 miles long. Indian people use its waters to drink, to irrigate11 their fields and to bathe. These waters have a value to them that is both physical and 23)metaphysical: here they can 24)cleanse12 their skin and their souls. Next the Nile, the longest river in the world. At 4,187 miles, the waters of the Nile have nourished Egypt for thousands of years. Wherever you 25)plunge13 your hand in to the waters of the Nile, you'll be 26)reenacting a 27)ritual that goes back to the very dawn of civilization.

6th Stop: Star Screen Test

Getting the most out of life may or may not include getting your 28)proverbial 15 minutes of fame, but our next pick will get you one step closer. Take a screen test and become a star. For every actor who becomes a star, tens of thousands don't make it and yet it's still a classic fantasy. So, what the heck! Give it a try! It's a tough, risky14, possibly humiliating grab at the big brass15 ring of money, fame and fortune.

7th Stop: Fly!

Fly! Not in a plane, 29)chopper or some other 30)contraption, just you and several thousand feet of open air! Jump out of a plane, and for once in your life find out what it feels like to soar! Free, 31)unfettered, 32)tumbling in a 33)rapture16 of weightless wonder at speeds of a l15 to 130 miles an hour suspended between heaven and earth, it's a moment of 34)sheer 35)bliss17 that's only slightly 36)hindered as you 37)deploy18 your 38)parachute, which is why you should do it.

And finally the first thing you should do on your life's journey, make up your own list and live your own dream. At the end of the day, you alone can decide what the well-lived life is for you. Don't be afraid to dream the biggest dreams and after you've made your own list just turn those wishes into gold by giving them a deadline and remember, it's not too late if you start right now!

1) pamper2 [5pAmpE] v. 溺爱,纵容
2) limousine [5limu:zi:n] n. 豪华轿车
3) whisk [wisk] v. 急送   
4) escort [es5kC:t] v. 护送
5) butler [5bQtlE] n. 男管家
6) craft [krB:ft] v. 精制    
7) deck [dek] v. 装饰
8) indulgence [in5dQldVEns] n. 放任 ,沉迷
9) iridescent [7iri5desEnt] a. 虹彩的
10) entrance [in5trB:ns] v. 使着迷;使狂喜
11) Venus de Milo 米洛的维纳斯(著名古希腊大理石雕塑,作于公元前2世纪,公元1800年在希腊的米洛岛被发现)
12) renowned [ri5naund] a. 著名的
13) Georgia O'Keefe 乔治亚·奥基夫,美国著名女画家
14) Andrew Wyeth 安德鲁·怀斯,美国著名画家
15) sprawl [sprC:l] n. 蔓延
16) hippo [5hipEu] n. 河马(即hippopotamus)
17) spectacle [5spektEkl] n. 奇观,壮观
18) wildebeest [5wildE7bi:st] n. (荷兰语)野兽
19) dwindle19 [5dwindl] v. 减少
20) rhino [5rainEu] n. 犀牛
21) decimate [5desi7meit] v. 大批杀死或毁灭
22) poacher [5pEutFE] n. 偷猎者
23) metaphysical [7metE5fizikEl] a. 超自然的
24) cleanse [klenz] v. 清洁;使纯洁
25) plunge [plQndV] v. 使投入
26) reenact [5ri:in5Akt] v. 再扮演
27) ritual [5ritjuEl] n. 仪式
28) proverbial [prE5vE:biEl] a. 出名的
29) chopper [5tFCpE] n. 直升飞机
30) contraption [kEn5trApFEn] n. 新设计,新发明
31) unfettered [5Qn5fetEd] a. 自由的,无拘无束的
32) tumble [5tQmbl] v. 翻筋斗
33) rapture [5rAptFE] n. 狂喜
34) sheer [FiE] a. 纯粹的
35) bliss [blis] n. 福佑
36) hinder [5hindE] v. 阻碍
37) deploy [di5plCi] v. 展开
38) parachute [5pArEFu:t] n. 降落伞


第一站  阿拉伯塔酒店

到世界上最豪华的五星级酒店住上一晚,领略皇族般的礼遇,享受贴心的服务,接受别人无微不至的安排,甚至是予求予取的对待!不妨考虑一下迪拜的阿拉伯塔酒店吧,在机场就有豪华轿车快速把你送到这私家天堂。一进入这富丽堂皇的酒店,你就会被护送至自己的套房,那里还为你配有私人男管家。套房选用的是全球一流的材质,同时从应有尽有的视频点播,到热气腾腾的罗马水疗浴池,豪华设施一应俱全。顶级享受所需花费: 每晚房价一万美元,不过这已包含了男管家的费用。

第二站    极光


第三站  博物馆


第四站  坦桑尼亚平原


第五站   恒河与尼罗河


第六站   明星试镜


第七站    飞翔




1 royalty iX6xN     
  • She claims to be descended from royalty.她声称她是皇室后裔。
  • I waited on tables,and even catered to royalty at the Royal Albert Hall.我做过服务生, 甚至在皇家阿伯特大厅侍奉过皇室的人。
2 pamper y4uzA     
  • Don't pamper your little daughter.别把你的小女儿娇坏了!
  • You need to pamper yourself and let your charm come through.你需要对自己放纵一些来表现你的魅力。
3 limousine B3NyJ     
  • A chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady.司机为这个高贵的女士打开了豪华轿车的车门。
  • We arrived in fine style in a hired limousine.我们很气派地乘坐出租的豪华汽车到达那里。
4 suite MsMwB     
  • She has a suite of rooms in the hotel.她在那家旅馆有一套房间。
  • That is a nice suite of furniture.那套家具很不错。
5 iridescent IaGzo     
  • The iridescent bubbles were beautiful.这些闪着彩虹般颜色的大气泡很美。
  • Male peacocks display their iridescent feathers for prospective female mates.雄性孔雀为了吸引雌性伴侣而展现了他们彩虹色的羽毛。
6 renowned okSzVe     
  • He is one of the world's renowned writers.他是世界上知名的作家之一。
  • She is renowned for her advocacy of human rights.她以提倡人权而闻名。
7 sprawl 2GZzx     
  • In our garden,bushes are allowed to sprawl as they will.在我们园子里,灌木丛爱怎么蔓延就怎么蔓延。
  • He is lying in a sprawl on the bed.他伸开四肢躺在床上。
8 wilderness SgrwS     
  • She drove the herd of cattle through the wilderness.她赶着牛群穿过荒野。
  • Education in the wilderness is not a matter of monetary means.荒凉地区的教育不是钱财问题。
9 migration mDpxj     
  • Swallows begin their migration south in autumn.燕子在秋季开始向南方迁移。
  • He described the vernal migration of birds in detail.他详细地描述了鸟的春季移居。
10 rhino xjmztD     
n.犀牛,钱, 现金
  • The rhino charged headlong towards us.犀牛急速地向我们冲来。
  • They have driven the rhino to the edge of extinction.他们已经令犀牛濒临灭绝。
11 irrigate HRtzo     
  • The farmer dug several trenches to irrigate the rice fields.这个农民挖了好几条沟以灌溉稻田。
  • They have built canals to irrigate the desert.他们建造成水渠以灌溉沙漠。
12 cleanse 7VoyT     
  • Health experts are trying to cleanse the air in cities. 卫生专家们正设法净化城市里的空气。
  • Fresh fruit juices can also cleanse your body and reduce dark circles.新鲜果汁同样可以清洁你的身体,并对黑眼圈同样有抑制作用。
13 plunge 228zO     
  • Test pool's water temperature before you plunge in.在你跳入之前你应该测试水温。
  • That would plunge them in the broil of the two countries.那将会使他们陷入这两国的争斗之中。
14 risky IXVxe     
  • It may be risky but we will chance it anyhow.这可能有危险,但我们无论如何要冒一冒险。
  • He is well aware how risky this investment is.他心里对这项投资的风险十分清楚。
15 brass DWbzI     
  • Many of the workers play in the factory's brass band.许多工人都在工厂铜管乐队中演奏。
  • Brass is formed by the fusion of copper and zinc.黄铜是通过铜和锌的熔合而成的。
16 rapture 9STzG     
  • His speech was received with rapture by his supporters.他的演说受到支持者们的热烈欢迎。
  • In the midst of his rapture,he was interrupted by his father.他正欢天喜地,被他父亲打断了。
17 bliss JtXz4     
  • It's sheer bliss to be able to spend the day in bed.整天都可以躺在床上真是幸福。
  • He's in bliss that he's won the Nobel Prize.他非常高兴,因为获得了诺贝尔奖金。
18 deploy Yw8x7     
  • The infantry began to deploy at dawn.步兵黎明时开始进入战斗位置。
  • The president said he had no intention of deploying ground troops.总统称并不打算部署地面部队。
19 dwindle skxzI     
  • The factory's workforce has dwindled from over 4,000 to a few hundred.工厂雇员总数已经从4,000多人减少到几百人。
  • He is struggling to come to terms with his dwindling authority.他正努力适应自己权力被削弱这一局面。
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