Because I saw the strategy ahead of time, I was well prepared. Book tickets online, bring food, and get a guide when checking tickets. Passport sellers can stamp the commemorative medals of 49 countries free of charge. There are really too many attractions and electronic maps are not very useful. My strategy is to go where you want to go, and then look at the rest of it in particular. The results are good, 90 [%] of them are all gone. It's exciting to see Notre Dame de Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Water City of Venice and the Dutch windmill, because I'm familiar with European architecture. There are also many scenic spots in America, such as the Presidential Hill, the White House and the Statue of Liberty, which are good places to take photos. Flying across America was fun to hear, but I didn't go for fear of being cautious and dirty. I just played boating and took pictures of giant stone statues. I like Niagara Falls very much. Although it's a mini version, the splash of water is magnificent. Oceania is relatively small, only the Sydney Opera House is good. In Africa, I find pyramids and wildlife parks interesting. In addition, there are dinosaurs in the Jurassic, and it's interesting to hear all kinds of sounds from time to time. There are also various performances in the park. I watched the flash floods in Venezuela. The special effects are very vivid, but the time is a little short. At 5 o'clock, you can get free tickets to watch the evening performance. Starting at 7:30, there are friends from all over the world to perform. The stage effect is very good! ________ Basically, I walked for most of the day. I was tired but I really thought it was worth it!