While most people know that Route 66 begins in Chicago, few realise it ends on the Santa Monica Pier.
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One of this chef's favourite dishes makes diners want to stand up and start clapping.
Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner is the perfect way to avoid LA's freeways.
A large crowd mills on Broadway, hoping to score last minute tickets to The Colbert Report.
While there's almost too much to love about New York City, the insidious ways it can siphon off your hard-earned cash is not one of them.
They may be small in size but these quirky tiny towns are big on welcomes.
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Buckle up for the biggest ride of your life - this hugely diverse country packs a punch. With cities that boast their own distinctive character, from New Orleans to Las Vegas to New York, it's big, beating heart. Meander on its famed roads and experience spectacular coastlines, national parks and canyons, eclectic culture and food, and its warm, welcoming people.