Despite the obvious passion of many fans, is Wembley always the best environment for the national team?
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Move over Manhattan, New York's music scene is over the East River, says Edmund Vallance

Form a queue: BellyQ

Plenty on your plate in Chicago

It might be the nation's 10th most-visited city, but its innovative restaurants put it at the gourmet top spot, says Andy Lynes

Old mining town Cripple Creek

Colorado: After the gold rush, cue tumbleweed

The state is littered with ghost towns – echoes of the movies and an eerie reminder of the mining boom, says Sarah Arnott

US trailers with style

The Big Six: Vintage airstreams, nomadic lifestyles, and hammocks

Liberty Island - location for the Statue of Liberty - will be off-limits for the duration of the shutdown

Simon Calder: What effect will the US shutdown have on British tourists travelling to America?

The closure of so many key attractions is likely to put pressure on the museums and galleries which are open

Purple haze: Seattle celebrates its local hero, Jimi Hendrix

48 Hours In: Seattle

This waterside gem of the Pacific Northwest has given birth to musical legends and coffee chains, but next month it's all about the arts, says Simon Calder

Canal-hopping: Soberanía National Park

Coast along in Panama

Five hundred years ago, the Spanish conquistador Vasco Núñez de Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean on a cross-country journey from the Atlantic. Mick Webb follows in his oar strokes

New England in the fall

'Leaf peepers' are guaranteed dazzling colours in America's north-east over the coming weeks, says Aoife O'Riordain

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Rich pickings in California

It's harvest time in the vineyards of the Golden State, with hundreds of activities over the coming weeks. Andy Lynes raises a glass to the best ways to experience it

Viewfinder: the light-filled living area

Stay the Night: Tree House, Sonoma

Northern California is buzzing with harvest activities, but James Litston finds peace at a novel hillside retreat

Hairy: the 'Devil's Nose'

The railway line that keeps on rolling

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Los Angeles: Drive another day in the City of Angels

The car's the star in LA, but what if you'd rather walk, cycle or take the bus? Sanjiv Bhattacharya left his Honda at home and hit the road

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Cruise to the isles of artistry in Canada

Anthony Lambert visits a small archipelago in the Gulf of St Lawrence and finds a vibrant crafts scene

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Atlanta, Georgia: 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr had a dream

Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr made one of the most famous speeches of the 20th century. Polly Evans visits his birthplace in Atlanta to see what remains of this vision

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