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Mike & Seans Travel Guide



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  • 1. FUN ACTIVITIES Attractions As you can see the picture on the right is, the pilgrim monument in Plymouth. It is over 252ft tall. But there are more monuments in Massachusetts, like the Mapparium in Boston. Also there is the Bancroft tower castle in Worcester. You can’t forget the Boston Freedom trail. I almost forgot about Logan Air port which is where, if you come here you will land if you use air travel. If you have money, and like baseball go to A hotel you could stay in is Double tree hotel. Fenway Park. It’s a great place. It has great food and activities. Also there is Mechanics Hall. Marathas Vineyard and Nantucket Beach.
  • 2. state tree: American Elm History In 1620 Europeans landed in what is now present day Plymouth. As the colonials were building there plantation their ship [the Mayflower] became a hospital ship for the weak and wounded. As the years went by the colonials, built a town called Plymouth. Over 80 years later the colonials clamed more land and created more towns and cities. In the 1700s the colonials fought over central government, and began a Revolutionary War. The war ended in 1781.After the war the democrats agreed that there will be the branches of government, MASSACHUSETTS judicial, executive, and legislative. Which neither would overpower one another. That’s how our state and country began. By, mIKEY, Sean, and Evan FUN FACTS state bird: Chickadee State cookie: chocolate chip state drink: cranberry juice state flower: Mayflower state muffin: corn muffin state dog: Boston Terrier
  • 3. Heading Celebrations Text here. Holidays we celebrate here in MA are, Patriots Day, Christmas, Halloween, Valentines day, and many others. My favorite is Christmas. I like Christmas because we set up a tree in December and water it and care for it until Christmas eve. On Christmas we get presents and drink eggnog [my favorite drink]. We all have a feast and have fun with friends and family. Also we have over 5 days off. I love Christmas. Those are some holidays we celebrate here in MA.