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How many outfits does Mickey Mouse own?
Your Answer: 290. He sports each of them at Walt Disney World

If KIPPIS is your cheer what country are you in?
Your Answer: Finland

What is the historical meaning of the city named Cairo
Your Answer: the Victorious
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If you want to visit the oldest working theatre in London, go toYour Answer: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

If you would take in a Hogmanay Festival go toYour Answer: Edinburgh on New Years eve

Mocha, the seaport name immortalized as a coffee name is inYour Answer: Yemen, currently infamous for other exports
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Cayo Coco is attached to mainland Cuba how?
Your Answer: By a causeway

Moratalla is
Your Answer: a small town in Murcia in the Costa Brava area of Spain

Obstreperous children should be sent here
Your Answer: Difficult Tennessee
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1. How long did Fidel Castro rule as Cuba’s president?
Answer: 49 Years

2. Cayo Guiilermo is home to this beach, named after Ernest Hemingway’s fishing boat
Answer: Playa Pilar

3. The Republic of Cuba has more than 4,000 islands and cays. Which of the islands below belongs to Cuba?
Answer: Isla de la Juventud

4. Cayo Coco is separated from the Cuban mainland by the Bay of what?
Answer: Dogs

5. The city of Havana was first established in 1514. When did it become the capital of Cuba?
Answer: 1607

6. The Habana Vieja area, also known as Old Havana, is the heart of the city's colonial history. It was declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site in:
Answer: 1982

7. Ernest Hemingway wrote “For Whom the Bell Tolls” and this novel while in Cuba:
Answer: The Old Man and the Sea

8. Cuba is often called “El Caimá” in Spanish because, from the air, it looks like what?
Answer: An alligator

9. Melia has more than 350 hotels in how many countries?
Answer: 40

10. The Melia Cuba brand has 4 brands of hotels in Cuba. There are more than how many Melia Cuba hotels there?
Answer: 28



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Context is a travel website that does what?
Your Answer: Offers tours led by experts in the field, like historians or art professors

North America's only mouth-blown, hand-cut crystal maker is who?
Your Answer: Nova Scotian Crystal

Siem Reap is a resort town in which country?
Your Answer: Cambodia
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26th, 2015

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Alsask is
Your Answer: an imaginatively bereft named village surprisingly close to the Alberta Saskatchewan border

Cancun is in the State of
Your Answer: Quintana Roo

Disko is
Your Answer: an island on Greenland's west coast hosting a town called Qeqertarsuaq
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th, 2015

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Frejus is
Your Answer: a coastal village in France founded by big Julie Caesar in 49BC

How tall is The Coca-Cola London Eye ferris wheel ?
Your Answer: 135 m

If you are in Paris and try a Velib you are
Your Answer: riding a bike from an inexpensive sort of shared bike rental system
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th, 2015

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In 1860, Charles Blondin walked a tightrope across
Your Answer: Niagara Falls

In Spain you want some butter for your bread so you order
Your Answer: Mantequilla

Jaco Beach is an area in
Your Answer: Costa Rica
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Mula is
Your Answer: a Costa Blanca village in Murcia Spain

Pilatus is
Your Answer: a 6985ft mountain peak in Switzerland

Sulperknochen is
Your Answer: a dish in Westphalia Germany featuring pork ears and tail served with cabbage and peas pudding
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The Ernest Hemingway House is located in Key West, Florida. What can you find here?
Your Answer: 6-toed cats

The Hachiko statue is
Your Answer: that of an Akita outside the Tokyo Shibuya train station honouring a loyal dog

What is Cocentaina?
Your Answer: an old Costa Blanca town on the river Serpis -
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MONDAY, AUGUST 31st, 2015

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Japanese Alps are
Your Answer: a series of mountain ranges in Japan that bisect the island of Honshu

London's Piccadilly name is derived from
Your Answer: Pickadill Hall owned by a tailor who made his fortune making frilled lace items for ruffs and cuffs

Mata-Utu is the capital of
Your Answer: Wallis and Futuna -
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 2015

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91% of this land is covered in jungleYour Answer: Suriname

A Cenote is usually filled withYour Answer: fresh water

The world\'s youngest marathon runner ran 48 marathons by what age?Your Answer: 4

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