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Canadians make 2000-mile round trip for KFC

Canada sees increase in Chinese vistor numbers.
Canada sees increase in Chinese vistor numbers. Image by tuchodi / CC BY 2.0

Two Canadians and their sons have completed a 2000-mile, round trip journey to visit the birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Beginning in Montreal, the group made their way south to the Harland Sanders Cafe and Museum. The entire drive took a total of 34 hours. For one of the travellers, this was the third trip to the original location of Colonel Sanders’ restaurant in North Corbin, Kentucky. But for three of the sons, it was their first taste of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Read more: msn.com