Where Should You Travel This Fourth Of July?

Fourth of July is once again upon us, which means it's time to find out where you should travel this Independence Day? Do you know where you're destined to spend this national holiday? Let's find out!

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Are you more likely to spend the fourth with friends or on your own?
With friends or family
On my own
It varies

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How did you spend your last Fourth of July?
Watching fireworks on TV
Gorging at a family barbecue
Hiking a national park
Laying out by the beach
Hosting a picnic

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What's your go to Fourth of July food?
Hot dogs or hamburgers
Ribs on the grill
Corn on the cob
Potato salad

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What's your biggest pet peeve?
Long lines
Slow walkers
Obnoxious laughter
Nail biters

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Which freedom is most important to you?
Freedom of speech
Right to vote
Right to bear arms
Freedom of religion
Freedom of the press

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What sport are you most likely to play with family and friends at your 4th of July gathering?

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Which event are you most likely to attend on the Fourth of July?
A parade
A fireworks display
A concert
A baseball game
A bar crawl

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What's your favorite part of the Fourth of July?
The food
The family
The patriotism
The fireworks
The day off from work

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Who is your favorite founding father?
George Washington
Thomas Jefferson
John Adams
Alexander Hamilton
Benjamin Franklin

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Which social network are you going to post your fourth of July pics on?

Philadelphia, PA
This Fourth of July you should travel to where it all began in Philadelphia, PA! Can you think of a better place than the city where the Declaration of Independence was drafted and signed? We think not! Spend some time embracing the history and bustle of this city of love. You surely won't ever forget it!

Boston, MA
You should spend your Fourth of July holiday in Boston, Massachusetts! Much like Philadelphia, Boston is rich with history from the time period in which the Declaration was signed. You'll love walking the historic streets of Boston, trying local foods, and reliving history in the modern age.

Washington DC
You should spend your Fourth of July in Washington DC! Few cities take the Fourth of July as seriously as Washington DC. From bombastic fireworks and big band, to patriotic get togethers, you'll truly love the Fourth of July in this city.

Redwood National Park
You should spend your Fourth of July in Redwood National Park in California! Instead of visiting one of America's many urban areas, you should spend your holiday taking in the natural beauty of your country. A trip to the Redwood Forest will remind you why you're really proud to hail from this country.

New Orleans, Louisiana
You should spend your Fourth of July holiday in New Orleans, Louisiana! New Orleans may not seem like a traditional choice for the Fourth of July but it's still a lot of fun. Try some new restaurants, take in some fireworks and spend some time getting to know the locals. It's the freedom to choose that makes this country so truly fantastic.

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