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    Ocean Drive
    Miami, FL

    Palm trees, the beach, fast cars, sexy women and Art Deco buildings ... it seems all the things that make Miami famous can be found along Ocean Drive in South Beach. By day, visitors come here for the architecture and excellent collection of art museums, and by night, the young and beautiful come to see and be seen.

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    Beacon Street
    Boston, MA

    In "America's Walking City," residents and visitors alike come to Beacon Street when they want to go for a stroll outdoors. Starting in the Beacon Hill neighborhood in central Boston and stretching west through the suburbs, Beacon Street borders the city's most famous green space, the Boston Commons.

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    Calle Ocho
    Miami, FL

    Walk down Miami's Calle Ocho and you'll think you're in Cuba. Visitors flock to this thoroughfare running through the center of Little Havana for its authentic Cuban food, music, hand-rolled cigars and festive atmosphere.  Each spring, the street hosts the Calle Ocho Festival, the nation's biggest street party.

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    Michigan Avenue
    Chicago, IL

    Michigan Avenue, home to the Magnificent Mile, runs north-south through the heart of Chicago. The mile-long stretch between Oak Street and the Chicago River serves as the Windy City's cultural center, with some of its best shopping, department stores, luxury boutiques and restaurants.

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    Lombard Street
    San Francisco, CA

    San Francisco's most famous street, Lombard Street, is famously known as the most crooked street in America. Drivers must navigate ight hairpin turns, lined by colorful shrubs, flowers and townhouses, to make their way down this extremely steep hill. It's not the steepest street in the city, but with a 40-degree incline, it's certainly near the top.

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    The Strip
    Las Vegas, NV

    There's something fundamentally "American" about the dream of hitting the jackpot in Vegas -- a dream that's funded some of the nation's biggest hotels and casinos along the stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard known as The Strip. In fact, many visitors to Las Vegas probably never leave this one iconic road.

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    Bourbon Street
    New Orleans, LA

    Best known for its annual Mardi Gras antics, Bourbon Street. in the heart of the New Orleans French Quarter, has a history as long as storied as the city itself. The 13 blocks extending from Canal Street to Esplanade Avenue are a hotspot for jazz, all-night partying, beautiful architecture and French Creole cuisine.

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    Worth Avenue
    Palm Beach, FL

    Worth Avenue, sometimes called the Rodeo Drive of Florida, is one of the most glamorous areas of Palm Beach. The small pedestrian areas, or vias, just off the main road house nearly every luxury brand retailer a shopper could dream of. The avenue's oldest store, Kassatly's, has been in business since 1923.

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    Canyon Road
    Santa Fe, NM

    Santa Fe uniquely captures the spirit of the American Southwest, while offering visitors 400 years of history and amazing art . . . all along historic Canyon Road. The half-mile stretch of adobe buildings in Santa Fe's arts district has more than 100 galleries - many specializing in Native American arts and handicrafts - and restaurants serving Southwestern cuisine.  

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    Beale Street
    Memphis, TN

    Music fans come to Memphis from across the globe to walk down Beale Street, a stretch of road through downtown and the birthplace of the blues. Music continues to thrive here, with many of the bars and clubs along Beale Street offering live music every night of the week.

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