MASSACHUSETTS, 'The Bay State', 'The Old Colony', is my home 'country'. I love my state. It truly embodies all things America. With a diversified and educated population, Massachusetts is one of the most cosmopolitan and interesting places in the USA. This state, though small geographically, is big on history, scenery, and people. Certainly, on a per capita basis, no other state offers as much as Massachusetts given its size. Few places in America can lay claim to such a rich and proud heritage while embodying the dynamism of a forward-looking, progressive, and modern society.
Fondest memory: Massachusetts is where I was born and where I was raised. Most of my (father's) family lives in this state. Since I was raised there it is home to some of my oldest friends. I feel so lucky to have been raised in the beautiful town of Freetown, Massachusetts (one of the oldest communities in the Commonwealth) where I had a big yard to play in and close access to Cape Cod, Boston, New Bedford and Providence and Newport, RI. All places worth a visit!
The sea, the beaches, the sand, the sunsets on the bay...
the sand castles me and my brothers used to build in the evening (when most of the other
vacationers have left the beach) until it was to dark. The afternoons in the streets and boutiques
of Cape Town (when most of the tourists were burning on the beach)
The Boston area is absolutely loaded with Culture and
The Entire State has to be the Best for viewing the
Fall Colors.No Place else beats New England in the
Fondest memory: The Miles of Gorgeous Forested Land from Providence
up to the New Hampshire Border.
Originally built around 1680, this is the oldest home in Boston, and it is where Paul Revere lived from 1770 until 1800 with his two wives and 16 children.
19 North Square.-Boston.
Fondest memory: Playing at the beach, eating at Traceys grandmas house(she was from Germany and made the best pie I have ever tasted)
There is always something happeing at Cape Cod. There are theater, music and art galleries. There is the Woods Hole Aquarium.
And there is always the beach.
Visit Historic Salem and see the Witch Museum. It is located at 19 1/2 Washington Square North .
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See the replica of the Mayflower. It was built as a gift from Great Britain to the United States.
You will find the Mayflower II in Plymouth which was once known as Plimoth Plantation.
Favorite thing: walk the Freedom Trail in Boston. You will see the highlights of the city. Like this old statehouse.
Favorite thing: Not must but will not regret if you visit Rockport, town of artists, with lovely bay and plenty of art and artists
Favorite thing: See the beautiful autumn foliage of the Berkshires (the mountainous region in the western part of the state)!
I was lucky to visit the Berkshires area also during the winter when, after a strong snowstorm, the landscape becomes magic...
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