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The winner and a guest will share a cabin with balcony with 24-hour butler service, exclusive restaurant and lounge and own pool.

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The winner and a guest will share a cabin with a balcony in MSC Splendida’s Yacht Club, a “ship within a ship” with designer suites, 24-hour butler service, an exclusive restaurant and lounge, and its own pool. The five-night cruise is from Naples to Barcelona, via Palermo and Palma. The prize includes return flights from Heathrow or Gatwick, transfers and port taxes, as well as all meals and drinks (within the Yacht Club), but not excursion fees, gratuities or insurance. It can be taken between September 1 and November 24, 2011, subject to availability, and must be booked by June 30.

Question 1: What is the name of the path?
Answer: South Downs Way

Question 2: What is the title of the play?
Answer: The Boy With A Cart

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money saving expert forum say's Monarch's Way
is the name of the path,. DYOR

Double checked,pretty sure YOU are correct.Thanks

thanks

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gordonm

Double checked,pretty sure YOU are correct.Thanks


Sorry to add to the mix but I think the MSE answer may be spot on.

Quote;"This is one of our longest long-distance paths. Inspired by a king, its logo comprises a tree, a crown and, well, a surprise"

after looking on Wiki I found this.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monarch's_Way

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Monarch%27s_Way_sign.JPG

Isn't that the path?

gordonm

money saving expert forum say's Monarch's Wayis the name of the path,. … money saving expert forum say's Monarch's Wayis the name of the path,. DYOR



See above.
My poor quoting sorry

thanks

Thx

Thanx Andy

Thank You.

Original Poster mod

I'm still sure it's South Downs Way, but am a tad tired to dig any more. There's a castle, near a church built in 1073 LINK

The OLDEST NORMAN CHURCH in Sussex, St.Nicholas' is a gem in the South … The OLDEST NORMAN CHURCH in Sussex, St.Nicholas' is a gem in the South Downs. It has a remarkable chancel arch. Bramber is a very pretty village, and the church is at its heart, on the hillside, beside the ruined castle. Built: 1073


Although portwest's image link suggest I am wrong. Is South Downs Way part of Monarchs Way (afterall it is 615 miles long). Too tired to dig any more atm.
Any help appreciated.
(These Times comps do my head in )

Cheers for all the effort andywedge.It was just the image link that led me to believe that it was Monarch's way rather than South Downs way.


Never mind,only a few days a we'll know the answer ;-)

Cheers

thanks

Thanks

Original Poster mod

portwest

Cheers for all the effort andywedge.It was just the image link that led … Cheers for all the effort andywedge.It was just the image link that led me to believe that it was Monarch's way rather than South Downs way.Never mind,only a few days a we'll know the answer ;-)


If you have two emails I'd enter this twice - using both options for Q1. It really could be either.

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