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Where are you? January 2015 win a five-night stay at Rosewood London @ Conde Nast Traveller

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1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago / ended 31 Jan 1531 January 2015
win a five-night stay at Rosewood London
Sweeping into the grand Edwardian courtyard of this Grade-II-listed building, there's no mistaking the fact that you've arrived at one very stylish residence in the heart of London. Minutes from Covent Garden, with a rose-bronze Gallery and marble staircase, Rosewood London is a standout hotel in the capital. Yes, the temptations of the city are on your doorstep, but there's so much to keep you right here - from live jazz in Scarfes Bar to afternoon tea in the Mirror Room and hearty British food, including Cornish lamb and oysters, in the buzzy, red-banquetted Holborn Dining Room. And to really unwind, head to Sense Spa, with its amethyst-crystal steam room.
Enter this month's Where Are You? competition and you could win a five-night stay at Rosewood London. The prize, worth approximately £3,500, includes accommodation for two people in a Deluxe Room with daily English breakfast and one three-course dinner for two with wine in Holborn Dining Room. The holiday is subject to availability and must be taken by 31 December 2015; 31 December 2014 and 14 February 2015 are excluded.

Identify the location on page 148 of Condé Nast Traveller January 2015, and send in your entry to arrive by 31 January 2015. All correct entries will also be included in the Grand Prize draw at the end of the current competition period (1 October 2014-30 September 2015).

Please see comment #1 for my answer.
Good luck!
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1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago / ended 31 Jan 1531 January 2015

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Clue: C'mon, race you. On a bike you can cover the 1,200 metres of this teakwood bridge in just a few minutes, but it's probably best to take your time, absorb the atmosphere and try not to pedal over the side. Monks cross to reach a nearby temple; students walk to and from the local university, women make their way to market. Legend tells that an entire forest was felled to construct the 1,086 pillars in the middle of the 19th century. The image was taken by James Tye, who recalls, 'To photograph it at first light I caught a moto-taxi before dawn, and at the lake persuaded a fisherman to take me out in his longtail boat. There was a clear, cloudless sky so that the horizon slowly turned magenta and then orange before the sun appeared. With no wind the water was perfectly still and, in the half-light, it was difficult to see where the bridge supports stopped and the reflection began. Moments later the sun broke over the horizon and we were passed by dozens of similar fishing boats, silently paddling under the bridge and out onto the lake to fish.' Where are you?



My Answer: U Bein Bridge, Amarapura, Near Mandalay, Myanmar

Picture of the bridge


Title: A moment of calm: a man walks across U-Bein Bridge before the onslaught of morning foot-traffic.
Location: Mandalay, Myanmar

U Bein Bridge is a crossing that spans the Taungthaman Lake near Amarapura in Myanmar. The 1.2-kilometre (0.75 mi) bridge was built around 1850 and is believed to be the oldest and longest teakwood bridge in the world

The bridge was built from wood reclaimed from the former royal palace in Inwa. It features 1,086 pillars that stretch out of the water

Edited By: marba01 on Dec 05, 2014 16:58
Thanks :)
I looked it up just for the hell of it and it looks like you are 100% correct,

thank you and very well done
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great research cheers
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