By: Eva Serotta
ABOUT THIS WEBSITE
-This website is the ultimate place to look if you're going to Massachusetts. It will tell you the best historical landmarks, physical features, and restaurants to go to in the whole state! I have researched anything and everything in the state so you can have the best vacation in your life. Have fun in Massachusetts!!
-It is 1,063 miles from Boston, Massachusetts to Atlanta, Georgia
-It takes 16 hours and 55 minutes to get from Boston, Massachusetts to Atlanta, Georgia
-Charles River, located in Boston, is a great place to go when you're in Boston, whether the sun is shining bright or it's snowing day and night. If it is sunny you can go rowing, sailing, play on the play ground, and fish. If it is cold out, you can ice skate. This is the BEST river in Boston!! I've never seen so many things to do at a river!!
-The best food in Massachusetts is the cider doughnuts at Willson Farm. The doughnuts are homemade with apple cider mixed in. Then it is covered in cinnamon sugar. These are the most AMAZING doughnuts ever!!! The cinnamon sugar tastes wonderful!!
-The average temperature in April is a high of 65 and a low of 41. There is an average of 4 inches of rain fall
-The type of clothing you would wear is a sweater, jacket / rain jacket, boots, scarf, and long pants/jeans
-Pilgrim Hall is located in Plymouth, MA. It is a fun and great place to learn about the pilgrims. This historical landmark is the best place in Massachusetts to learn about the pilgrims and HAVE FUN!! You can learn about them by visiting exhibits like:
IN SICKNESS AND IN HEATH
PACKING FOR AMERICA
GETTING FROM HERE TO THERE
-Walk into history on the Freedom Trail!! The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile, red-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant site. You can also explore museums and meetinghouses, churches, and burying grounds. Learn about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story. - See more at: http://thefreedomtrail.org