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#20 Cinnabon |||| A cinnamon roll big enough to use as a pillow when you slip into a sugar coma. After this we're not sure we can do 19 more of anything, but here goes. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#20 Cinnabon |||| A cinnamon roll big enough to use as a pillow when you slip into a sugar coma....

#19 Eurocar |||| Parking spaces in Paris (pictured) not included with rental. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#19 Eurocar |||| Parking spaces in Paris (pictured) not included with rental.

#18 Outback Steakhouse |||| The Florida-born meat palace is about as diverse as Australia, even if it seemingly has little to do with the country beyond its name. That's not a steak, this is a ... oh, never mind. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#18 Outback Steakhouse |||| The Florida-born meat palace is about as diverse as Australia, even...

#16 Marks & Spencers |||| For 129 years, Marks & Spencer has concentrated on selling only the best of British-made goods -- brushed nylon jump suits, for example. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#16 Marks & Spencers |||| For 129 years, Marks & Spencer has concentrated on selling only...

#17 Panda Express |||| A Chinese banquet, even for people with no Chinese friends. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#17 Panda Express |||| A Chinese banquet, even for people with no Chinese friends.

#14 Tim Hortons |||| Founded in 1964 by Tim Horton, a pro hockey player for the Toronto Maple Leafs -- unless you're talking Bill Shatner, Canadians don't come much cooler. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#14 Tim Hortons |||| Founded in 1964 by Tim Horton, a pro hockey player for the Toronto Maple...

#15 Wagamama |||| Helping dispel the notion that ramen comes dried with a flavoring packet and eaten only by college students and poor vegetarians, Wagamama opened its first restaurant in London in 1992. Yep, it's British, not Japanese. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#15 Wagamama |||| Helping dispel the notion that ramen comes dried with a flavoring packet and...

#13 Subway |||| While many have asked "What is art?" Subway was the first company to answer "Putting cheeses and meats on a sub roll." It now has 40,000 stores around the world, making it the world's biggest restaurant chain. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#13 Subway |||| While many have asked "What is art?" Subway was the first company to...

#7 Muji |||| The store's no-brand policy apparently extends to its faceless mannequins. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#7 Muji |||| The store's no-brand policy apparently extends to its faceless mannequins.

#12 Hilton Hotels & Resorts |||| John and Yoko held their legendary "bed-in" at the Hilton Amsterdam. He wrote "Imagine" at a Hilton in New York. Was it the in-room TVs (a Hilton first) or the natty stationery that drew him to the hotels? - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#12 Hilton Hotels & Resorts |||| John and Yoko held their legendary "bed-in" at the...

#8 KFC |||| Those 11 secret spices (two of them are salt and pepper) travel well. KFC's parent company holds 39% of China's fast-food industry. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#8 KFC |||| Those 11 secret spices (two of them are salt and pepper) travel well. KFC's parent...

#10 Kidzania |||| At Kidzania, everyone can get hosed on their pension plans. Even five-year-olds. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#10 Kidzania |||| At Kidzania, everyone can get hosed on their pension plans. Even five-year-olds.

#9 Dunkin' Donuts |||| Like he doesn't have enough tough decisions to make each day -- DD, here visited by President Barack Obama in 2008, offers more than 100 flavors of donut, as well as cookies, bagels, sandwiches, baked goods, coffee, tea and chocolate. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#9 Dunkin' Donuts |||| Like he doesn't have enough tough decisions to make each day -- DD, here...

#11 DFS Galleria |||| According to the company, 200 million travelers visited DFS stores in 2012. That's a lot of whiskey and Chanel No. 5. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#11 DFS Galleria |||| According to the company, 200 million travelers visited DFS stores in 2012....

#5 Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts |||| This Swarovski crystal-studded vintage Roller at the Four Seasons Munich proves a point about the chain: It doesn't do riffraff. Or coupons. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#5 Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts |||| This Swarovski crystal-studded vintage Roller at the Four...

#3 McDonald's |||| Thanks to the plastic playthings found in Happy Meals, McDonald's is the world's largest distributor of toys. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#3 McDonald's |||| Thanks to the plastic playthings found in Happy Meals, McDonald's is the...

#4 Starbucks |||| Even in Vietnam, a global coffee capital, customers lined up to be the first to hold a cup sporting the iconic twin-tailed mermaid on the opening day of the first Starbucks outlet in Ho Chi Minh City in February 2013. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#4 Starbucks |||| Even in Vietnam, a global coffee capital, customers lined up to be the first to...

#6 Mos Burger |||| Mos Burger -- after Spotted Dick, the most amusing name of a foreign food line out there. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#6 Mos Burger |||| Mos Burger -- after Spotted Dick, the most amusing name of a foreign food line...

#1 7-Eleven |||| The 7-Eleven logo is often easier to remember than the chain of events that brought you here at 3:15 in the morning. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#1 7-Eleven |||| The 7-Eleven logo is often easier to remember than the chain of events that...

#2 Din Tai Fung |||| With more than 70 restaurants in 11 countries and customers complaining about hour-long waits at most of them, Din Tai Fung has taken something simple and turned it sublime. The restaurant's two Hong Kong locations have each received one Michelin star. - Best Franchises for Travelers

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#2 Din Tai Fung |||| With more than 70 restaurants in 11 countries and customers complaining...