RULES: Entrants must be active members of Interval International. Employees of Interval International, its subsidiaries, parent companies, and affiliates, and the families of each are not eligible to participate. More than one
entry per member family is prohibited. Entries must be postmarked no later than December 1, 2013.Winners will be the first 10 correct answers selected in a random drawing. No purchase is necessary.There is no cash
equivalent to the prizes.
The answer to Where in the World? in the Spring 2013 issue of Interval World is Salzburg,Austria.The winners of the portable speakers are Greta Bergsieker of Cicero, Indiana; Richard and Martha Cook of Scituate,
Massachusetts; Laurel and Dave Diakow of Calgary,Alberta; Hilde Domolky of Holiday, Florida; Jeremy J. Eisenhart of Salem, Oregon; Margaret Folz of Sun City,Arizona; Lesley Horwath of Laguna Niguel, California; Logan and
Lindsay Skidmore of San Antonio,Texas; Jeff Spyckaboer of Oviedo, Florida; and Mike Whitehouse of Louisville, Kentucky.
WIN A GREAT PRIZE!
We have 10 travel flashlights to give away to lucky Interval World
readers. Correctly identify the structure in the photograph (using
the clues to help you). Then send your answer, membership
number, name, and address on a postcard to:
Where in the World? Contest
P.O. Box 431920
Miami, FL 33243-1920
Attention: Jacquelyn Kalis
Entries must be postmarked no
later than December 1, 2013. If
your correct answer is one of
the first 10 selected in our
random drawing, you win! See
INTERVAL WORLD Fall 2013 IntervalWorld.com
This engineering phenomenon weighs more than 6.6
million tons, and the water pressure at the base of the
structure can be as much as 45,000 pounds per square
foot. Its construction, which took five years to complete,
created thousands of jobs during the Great Depression.
Today, the National Historic Landmark is flooded with
visitors. Activity options include a guided walking tour, a
helicopter flyover, and a boat launch into the adjacent river.
The nearby resort area is also known for its man-made
water-filled wonders, from stunning fountains strewn
across an 8-acre lake to a grand canal complete with