Grade 4 English Language and Arts - SkillBuilder + ILEARN Rehearsal Comparing and Contrasting

Grade 4 English Language and Arts - SkillBuilder + ILEARN Rehearsal Comparing and Contrasting

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This year Jim and I had the most wonderful vacation. Especially, compared to the one we took last year. We went to Hawaii, which was a better place to visit than last year’s hunting lodge in Alaska. The hotel we stayed in was a luxury suite; it included a big screen TV with all of the movie channels, a hot tub on the balcony, a small kitchen stocked with local fruits and vegetables, and a huge bed shaped like a pineapple. The weather in Hawaii was superb. We enjoyed many hours on the beach sunbathing and playing volleyball. When we were not on the beach, we were in the ocean swimming or riding the waves on a surf board. Each night we enjoyed eating and dancing with all of our friends at a luau. Our week in Hawaii rushed by, making us wish we had planned a two-week vacation. Without a doubt, we will be going back to Hawaii next year for our vacation.
The hunting lodge in Alaska had a shower with hardly any warm water, a small cooler for our food, and cots to sleep on each night. But, the room wasn’t even the worst part of the vacation. The weather was terrible; it rained the entire time we were there. Even with the rain, our guide expected us to go on an all-day fishing trip that was part of our vacation package. All we caught on that fishing trip was a cold from the rain. After the third day in Alaska, we decided to end our nightmare, cut our trip short, and head for home.

Compare and contrast the Alaskan and Hawaiian vacations. Which statement is correct?