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    Saturday June 11th, 2016

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    • Lord Nelson gave the Spanish grief in the Caribbean becauseCorrect Answer: he had a dockyard in Antigua
    • In Hong Kong you will see Dai Pai Dongs which areCorrect Answer: fast food noodle shops
    • Helping to guard the treasures of the Hermitage museumCorrect Answer: are a group of cats currently numbering about 60

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    * June 12 *
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    Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas used to be called
    Correct Answer: Aladdin
    People of Lisbon are
    Correct Answer: Lisboetas
    Tequila, cointreau, and lime juice make a
    Correct Answer: Margarita

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    Sunday June 12th, 2016

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    • Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas used to be calledCorrect Answer: Aladdin
    • People of Lisbon areCorrect Answer: Lisboetas
    • Tequila, cointreau, and lime juice make aCorrect Answer: Margarita

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    Monday June 13th, 2016

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    • Parts of Nova Scotia are halfway betweenCorrect Answer: the equator and the north pole
    • The 13th century Towers of Silver and GoldCorrect Answer: formed part of the defenses of Seville Spain
    • The greatest known water fall is Dry Falls, Washington. It isCorrect Answer: 3.5 miles long. A relic of the ice age
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    Tuesday June 14th, 2016

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    • Backgammon originiated where? Correct Answer: The Middle East
    • The Bayeux tapestry chronicles the Norman invasion of what? Correct Answer: England
    • The Longaberger company\'s building is built to look like this item they make? Correct Answer: Baskets


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    Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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    • A seventeen ton cheese replica is the attraction Correct Answer: in Neillsville Wisconsin
    • A Spanish summer cooler is Tinto de Verano made with Correct Answer: Wine and Lemonade
    • Aloha Wanderwell, first woman to travel the world by automobile, was born with what name? Correct Answer: Idris Galcia Hall


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    Thursday June 16th, 2016

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    • Citizens of this city are called CariocasCorrect Answer: Rio de Janeiro
    • Beneath the Opera National de Paris you would findCorrect Answer: a subterranean lake
    • Doge's Palace is located inCorrect Answer: Venice
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    Friday June 17th, 2016

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    • Dublin sits astride the River Correct Answer: Liffey
    • If you hear Penillion singing in Wales, it involves Correct Answer: making up a song while playing a traditional tune.
    • Guinness says forget Pisa. For an unintentional leaning tower nothing beats Correct Answer: the one in Suurhusen, Germany
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    Saturday June 18th, 2016

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    • In the Kalahari desert, ring-shaped patches of grass are commonly known by what name?Correct Answer: Fairy Circles
    • In the James Bond film, Octopussy's lair floats on what lake?Correct Answer: Lake Pichola, Udaipur
    • Land of the Midnight Sun is another name forCorrect Answer: Finland

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    Sunday June 19th, 2016

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    • Pekan Nanas isCorrect Answer: a town located in Pontian district, Johor, Malaysia
    • Ravenshead isCorrect Answer: a village and civil parish in Nottinghamshire England
    • Papua Island is shared by which two nations?Correct Answer: Indonesia and New Guinea

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    Monday June 20th, 2016

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    • Tejo is the national sport ofCorrect Answer: Colombia
    • This city will soon have the world\'s tallest timber building.Correct Answer: Vancouver
    • You\'ll soon be able to do this over Niagara FallsCorrect Answer: Zipline
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    Tuesday June 21st, 2016

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    • Which country lies to the north of Austria and to the south of Poland? Correct Answer: Czech Republic
    • This famous world-known monument is 986 feet tall Correct Answer: Eiffel Tower
    • The island of Rhodes belongs to which Mediterranean country? Correct Answer: Greece
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    Wednesday June 22nd, 2016

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    • The Left Bank generally refers to the Left Bank of the Seine in which City?Correct Answer: Paris
    • Okinawa is a volcano in which country?Correct Answer: Japan
    • Which major Canadian city has not hosted the Olympics?Correct Answer: Toronto
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    Thursday June 23rd, 2016

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    • Antarctica’s highest peak, the Vinson Massif, is named for: Your Answer: A U.S. Congressman

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    • What continent has the most World Heritage Sites? Your Answer: Europe

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    • What is the Gherkin? Your Answer: A skyscraper
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    FYI: I was having problems with the current site for the Trip Trivia, so I used the old site and that worked!

    http://www.tripcentral.ca/trivia/classic/index.php
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