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Roadside Attractions

Roadside Attractions This captivating site explores American's love of road trips and includes critical thinking questions and eye-catching pictures. Discover funny and unique roadside attractions throughout America, from buildings shaped like milk bottles or tea kettles to giant statues of Paul Bunyan.
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Roadside Attractions


This captivating site explores American's love of road trips and includes critical thinking questions and eye-catching pictures. Discover funny and unique roadside attractions throughout America, from buildings shaped like milk bottles or tea kettles to giant statues of Paul Bunyan. This site is bound to entertain your class, and you.

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