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See the world’s largest Big Mac

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McDonald’s iconic sandwich has a 14ft tall replica and a whole Pennsylvania museum to its name.
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Mini guide to Seattle, Washington

This Pacific Rim city built in the shadow of the Cascade Mountains is a veritable hub of bars, music venues and, of course, coffee.
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Drawing on Experience

Drawing on experience: Kelvedon

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Have book and pen, will travel.
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Tuscany's medieval-style festival

Siena’s Il Palio features a series of colourful pageants, and most famously, a wild bareback horse race around Piazza del Campo.
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The Passport blog

Daily deal: Seven nights in an Acapulco resort

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Characters of all kinds flock to the place dubbed ‘the Pearl of the Pacific’.
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Getting your money’s worth in business class

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If getting a good night’s sleep on your flight is critical, learn how to get the true lie-flat seats.
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In San Juan, murals replace museums


Croatia's most beloved festival

Each June, music and dance takes over the town


Vietnam’s hidden Himalayas

A mountainous region opens to foreigners


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