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This podcast welcomes a new series all about specific cultural differences between America and Britain. Up first, we're talking about how travel is different in each of our countries. For instance, the U.K. is geographically closer to many more countries than the U.S., so flying to some exotic locale over a long weekend is not uncommon for British citizens. And many more Americans own cars than people in Britain, so road trips are far more common (and economical) in the United States. Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting or Facebooking us whether you own a passport. Also, have you ever been out of your country? If so, where have you traveled to?