Una cena sullo Space Needle, avvolti dalle luci di Seattle (e dalla sua pioggia), o un viaggio alla scoperta dello Yellowstone National Park, il più antico parco naturale del mondo?
Se la vostra meta estiva saranno gli USA, ecco per voi due consigli di viaggio (rigorosamente in lingua inglese!) tratti dalle letture graduate Black Cat.
“Washington was named after America’s first president, George Washington (1732-99). It is a very green state with a lot of forests, mountains, lakes, a beautiful coast and two national parks. Seattle is the largest city in the northwest area of the United States. It has a population of nearly 600,000. It is often called the Emerald City because of its beautiful green trees. It is also called “the rainy city” because it rains a lot.”
> Scarica il pdf del dossier “Seattle”, tratto da Alien Alert in Seattle, Black Cat
Yellowstone National Park
“The park first opened on March 1, 1872 and it is the oldest national park in the world. Thousands of visitors go to Yellowstone every year, and summer is the busiest season. It is a big, beautiful park, with high mountains, forests, rivers, lakes and sixty different kinds of animals. Some of these animals are in danger of extinction, 1 but they are safe in the park. Here they can start families and avoid the danger of extinction.”
> Scarica il pdf del dossier “Yellowstone National Park”, tratto da The Great Adventure at Yellowstone, Black Cat