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Guess the destination – WEEK TWO

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This month, we are doing a very informal contest to give away a few of the items from our promotional closet. Last week, we posted a photo on our Facebook page and encouraged people to leave their guesses in the comments.   Last Saturday, we had our daughter do the drawing while showing off the prizes. You can see it on our Youtube page (video link).

To ensure we do not run afoul of any Facebook rules about contests whether formal or informal, for a big prize or a small prize, we have decided to move this contest to our blog. Each Monday in February, I will post a photo from some place in the world that we can help you visit and explore as we are travel consultants after all. On the following Saturday, we will post a video of the drawing and announce the winner. We will contact you to find where we can mail them. Simple enough?

Here is this week’s photo. We are looking for the name or location of what is pictured.

Guess the location or the name and post your guess in the comments below.

Guess the location or the name and post your guess in the comments below.

Please leave your guess in the comments below or on our Facebook page. Remember, even if you see the correct guess please make your guess as we pick the winner from all of the correct guesses. We will draw the winner sometime on Saturday February 16th. Good luck and thanks for playing along!

Chuck and Laura Flagg are fee-based travel consultants.

We own The Flagg Agency in Canton, GA and our number is  770-355- 9569

We help people make better travel decisions so they may find

an experience that matches both their wants AND their needs.

Written by The Flagg Agency

February 4th, 2013 at 9:09 am

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  1. This castle is called the “Swallow’s Nest”. It was built in 1912 and overlooks the Cape of Ai-Todor of the Black Sea and is located near the remnants of the Roman castrum of Charax. It is also one of the most popular visitor attractions in Crimea, and has become a symbol of Crimea’s southern coastline.

    Cathy Lindsay

    7 Feb 13 at 10:05

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