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Offbeat Seattle – U.S.A

Offbeat Seattle – U.S.A

WHY GO? The public art is all sorts of weird and wonderful, and the doughnuts legendary. WHAT IS THERE TO …

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Portland – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

Portland – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

There’s a law in Portland: everyone has to colour their hair something fluorescent, grow a three-foot beard, or both. But …

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Oregon – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

Oregon – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

Pro tip: carry your own music, preferably on your phone and on a pen drive. That’s because the distances are …

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The Redwoods – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

The Redwoods – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

The Chandelier Tree is something I remember from a Childcraft book. I remember wanting – desperately – to drive through …

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Bodega Bay, the glass beaches & Mendocino – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

Bodega Bay, the glass beaches & Mendocino – U.S.A’s Pacific Northwest

I would’ve paid more attention to the damn seagull had I known what this place was. I was too busy …

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Chaco Culture National Historical Park – U.S.A

Chaco Culture National Historical Park – U.S.A

One of the most impressive cultural sites in the American Southwest Chaco Culture National Historical Park at Chaco Canyon reflects …

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Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco, U.S.A

Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco, U.S.A

Superlatives flow when describing this world-famous landmark. It is the third-largest single-span bridge ever built, and, when it was erected, …

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United States Capitol – Washington, D.C, U.S.A

United States Capitol – Washington, D.C, U.S.A

The US Capitol, one of best-known symbols of democracy, has been the center of America’s legislative process for 200 years. …

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The White House – Washington D.C., U.S.A

The White House – Washington D.C., U.S.A

The official residence of the president of the United States for more than 200 years, the White House is one …

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Statue of Liberty – New York, U.S.A

Statue of Liberty – New York, U.S.A

A gift of friendship from the French to the American people, the statue was a celebration of a century of …

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