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Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid is on the trail of iconic US President Abraham Lincoln, visiting the site where they chose him to be president (now a parking lot), and the spot outside Springfield, Illinois, where he wept over the grave of his first girlfriend.
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Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid comes up with a fresh idea for visitors heading to this tourist hotspot - a visit to three intriguing forts found on both sides of the Ontario/New York border, all linked by the War of 1812. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-state/niagara-falls for more information about Niagara Falls.
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Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid took his 76-Second Travel Show to Dansville, New York, to track down James Caleb Jackson's original recipe for the first ready-made breakfast cereal: the immortally bland granula. You can find Lonely Planet's new recipe at http://www.lonelyplanet.com/blog/2012/07/06/76-second-travel
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US Travel Editor Robert Reid visited Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for an experiment in 'local travel.' He met with the city mayor, curlers, indie rockers, reenactors and bass guitar makers to collect their lyric ideas for a song to be made called 'Saskatoon Sensation.' Witness the world debut at the end of this video.
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US Travel Editor Robert Reid -- who's lived in both San Francisco and NYC -- asks which is better. It includes Mission burritos, the BART map and the incomparable organ player at the Castro Theater. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/san-francisco for more information about San Francisco and http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-city for more about New York City.
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Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/germany/berlin for more information about Berlin. Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid goes to East Berlin to track down the last days of the Red Elvis, or Dean Reed -- a communist American who sung Elvis songs and appeared in Italian spaghetti westerns.
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Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-city for more information about New York City. Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid tracks down the best sandwich of all time: a Lebanese mujaara, served from President Chester Arthur's former bedroom in New York City.
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Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid goes to the Hamptons to visit 'America's best beach,' by a certain Dr Beach anyway, and talks with locals (and the mayor) about the surprising award.
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Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/florida/orlando for more information about Orlando. Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor goes to Orlando, Florida, and skips the amusement parks. He talks with locals about what makes Orlando Orlando, takes a look at Jack Kerouac's house, the rising 'Milk District,' and the ViMi (Little Vietnam) area.
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Lonely Planet US Travel Editor Robert Reid visits Brooklyn's misunderstood Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. And finds it... quite chatty.
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Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid, based in NYC, throws a party -- in the snow -- for the 100th birthday of the 'other bridge,' the Manhattan. Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-city for more information about New York City.
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Visit http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/new-york-state/long-island for more information about Long Island. Lonely Planet's US Travel Editor Robert Reid uses Billy Joel lyrics to create an itinerary of suburban Long Island, outside New York City. Taking a roadtrip with Twitter contest winners, he visits Billy's former neighbor, a bar he drank at, the Village Green, and a certain Italian restaurant that begs to ask the immortal question, 'a bottle of red, a bottle of white?'