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Burning Man Festival 2014: Thousands gather in Nevada's Black Rock Desert a day late after rain postponed official start
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The radical festival has been running for almost 30 years
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Despite being just over the border from New England, this Atlantic province remains largely off the tourist map, as Mike Unwin and his family soon discovered
15 August 2014 03:00 PM
It may be the smallest of America’s 50 states, but Rhode Island has a lot to offer, with an arty capital, shoreside mansions and fine beaches
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This sinuous Central American nation is celebrating the centenary of its iconic canal and plenty more besides. Mick Webb offers a snapshot of its wild wonders
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A new 'Ratatouille' ride finally brings a taste of France to the nation's leading theme park. Gerard Gilbert and daughter Iris report
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