Princess Twilight Sparkle is super smart and a natural born leader. She is good at helping her pony friends use their skills and talents to get the job done, while discovering new things about herself and all her amazing friends!
She also loves to share the magic of learning and discovery with new friends because education is Magic!
Manehattan is such an exciting city and there is still so much I would like to do there. So many museums and historical landmarks to visit. Not to mention all the libraries.
I visit the Royal Library every time I go to Canterlot. I always discover new amazing spells and stories in the books in Star Swirl the Bearded's section.
Star Swirl the Bearded is my favorite conjurer. For Nightmare Night, I like to base my costume on pictures from his books.
I always have a great time when I visit my friend Applejack in Sweet Apple Acres. They have the best fruits and vegetables in all of Equestria there.
When you hear the timberwolves howling, make sure to drop by Sweet Apple Acres to have a taste of the delicious Zap Apples. Ask Granny Smith for some of her famous Zap Apple jam, it's a tasty part of Ponyville's history.
I always visit the Crystal Castle of the Crystal Empire to see my big brother, Shining Armor, and his bride, Princess Cadance.
The Crystal Castle is so beautiful, sparkling in the sunlight. It contains an immense library filled with amazing history books and interesting information on so many topics. The Crystal Empire is my favorite destination in all of Equestria!
I ventured into the Everfree Forest with my then-new friends to search for the Elements of Harmony. Our quest led us to the Castle of the Two Sisters.
The Castle was the childhood home of Princess Celestia and Princess Luna. We found the five Elements of Harmony and discovered the sixth: the Element of Magic.
During our visit to Cloudsdale, we took a guided tour of the weather factory, where Pegasi manufacture clouds, snow and rainbows.
Seeing the Pegasi hard at work creating each snowflake by hoof is very impressive. This is why each snowflake is unique.