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The best roadside attractions

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In a recent poll of budget travelers conducted by HotelCoupons.com, a leading provider of U.S. travel deals, a summer road trip was the vacation of choice.

Road trippers know the long hours between destinations can get tiring, so spice up your journey by stopping at quirky roadside attractions. HotelCoupons.com asked budget-minded travelers in its database about the most unusual roadside attractions they've visited. Here are the Top 10 Unusual & Quirky Roadside Attractions.

Toilet Paper Hero of Hoover Dam (Boulder City, Nev.)

Aircraft Boneyard (Tucson, Ariz.)

The Beer Can House (Houston)

World's Largest Pez Dispenser (Burlingame, Calif.)

Voodoo Merman (New Orleans)

World's Largest Twine Ball (Darwin, Minn.)

Vacuum Cleaner Museum (St. James, Mo.)

Largest Rocking Chair (Fanning, Mo.)

Field of Giant Corn Ears (Dublin, Ohio)

The Haines Shoe House (Hellam, Pa.)

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