Train to Windsor (Part 1)

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Once upon a time, there lived a girl named Angellina, eager to take the train to the Royal City of Windsor. But, her parents subtly refused Angellina’s request because they didn’t have money. “Sorry, I don’t have money, my child. Later someday we get money, we can go there.” said Angellina’s mother. Angellina agreed. At that time, Angellina only received a makeshift birthday gift, which was only a used dress owned by the wife of a rich man who had not fit into the body of the rich man’s wife. His younger siblings, Peter and Anna, only get two or three novel books. The rest are school textbooks. They can only buy a notebook and a textbook. It’s ironic about the Angellina family. “Never mind. We will get help from Westcousin governor.” Peter said to his family. Anna continued to whine to ask to take the train to the Royal City of Windsor, but Angelline and Peter always said, “Don’t be like that, Anna. Get help from the Westcousin government later.”

The next morning, the Westcousin government provided assistance in the form of school uniforms and $ 680 to poor families, including the Angellina family. the Angellina family is very grateful to the Westcousin government. “Thank you for the help.” said Angellina as a family. “Yes! We will depart by train to Windsor the day after tomorrow!” Angellina said in unison to one family.
“What’s the 680 dollars for, sir?” asked the governor.
“For a vacation to the City of Windsor, Angellina will go to meet her adopted sister there. She’s a princess.”
“Oh.”
After earning 680 dollars, the Angellina family was very happy to pay for train tickets to the Royal City of Windsor. That night, they went to the Westcousin train station to order train tickets for the day after tomorrow. “Sorry, tickets for the city of Windsor for the day after tomorrow are up. Just train tickets to Windsor tomorrow night. Tickets for that are still a lot.” said the station clerk. “It’s okay. I’ll have the ticket tomorrow night.” said Angellina. They ordered a business class train with seats for five people. One by one they got tickets, except for Anna who was still a minor.

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