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WebQuest 1 Vacation Travelers Include More Kids” Source: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/math/prealg/prealg03/webquest/index.php4/na/unit1 Summary: This WebQuest is about planning family vacations. You should design three different 7 day vacation packages for a family two adults and two children. The packages must cost from $2500 to $5500 for transportation, entertainment, and lodging. Food costs will not be included in the price of the package. Things that you need to turn in for a grade I. You are to design a brochure or Web page showing the three options. Your brochure or Web page must include the following information: the type of transportation from your city to the destination; a description of the entertainment, with a day by day schedule; a description of the lodging; a graph or table showing the average temperatures for each month for the particular destination. II. The cost of transportation, lodging, and entertainment in a one page report to the head of the travel agency for each of the three packages. This information will not be
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