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* [[Singapore/Riverside|Singapore]] - the pedestrian friendly pathways will take you past most of Singapore's most famous landmarks including the Merlion, Clarke Quay and the Singapore River.
 
* [[Singapore/Riverside|Singapore]] - the pedestrian friendly pathways will take you past most of Singapore's most famous landmarks including the Merlion, Clarke Quay and the Singapore River.
  
* [[United States]] - the [[Boston]], [[New York City|New York]] and [[Chicago]] marathons are three of the largest in the country. Not surprisingly, [[Honolulu]] is a top marathon destination of choice as well, due to [[Hawaii|Hawaii's]] travel appeal.
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* [[United States]] - the [[Boston]], [[New York (city)|New York]] and [[Chicago]] marathons are three of the largest in the country. Not surprisingly, [[Honolulu]] is a top marathon destination of choice as well, due to [[Hawaii|Hawaii's]] travel appeal.
  
 
* [[Ottawa]] - enjoys a lovely greenbelt that traces over the city. Of particular interest is the river valley and Rideau Canal where a 10km loop will take you past such national landmarks as the Supreme Court, the Parliament Buildings, the landmark hotel Chateau Laurier, down the Rideau Canal, loop back across the canal on the heritage Pretoria Lift bridge, past the National Gallery of Canada and over the Ottawa River into Hull, Quebec, where you'll run along the river past the Museum of Civilization and finally cross back into Ottawa past the War Museum.
 
* [[Ottawa]] - enjoys a lovely greenbelt that traces over the city. Of particular interest is the river valley and Rideau Canal where a 10km loop will take you past such national landmarks as the Supreme Court, the Parliament Buildings, the landmark hotel Chateau Laurier, down the Rideau Canal, loop back across the canal on the heritage Pretoria Lift bridge, past the National Gallery of Canada and over the Ottawa River into Hull, Quebec, where you'll run along the river past the Museum of Civilization and finally cross back into Ottawa past the War Museum.

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