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Thanks to an up-to-this-point unending supply of underground
water that is constantly being warmed past the point of boiling by
subterranean geothermal activity, this natural water feature shoots
skyward about every 30 minutes. The reliable blasts — some reaching
as high as 100 feet in the air — have earned the geyser a very familiar
nickname, one that it shares with only two other spouts in the world.
Hone your wine-tasting skills — compare the complexity and
finish of a cabernet sauvignon and zinfandel — or simply enjoy
suggested pairings at local restaurants and vineyards.
Spas are prevalent in the area, too, so be sure to reserve
some time to rejuvenate with a massage or maybe a hot-
stone treatment. Or, exfoliate the skin and soothe achy joints at one
of the popular mud baths, where the natural hot springs and rich
volcanic ash combine to create a highly therapeutic — if a little
messy — experience.
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 September 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.
WIN A GREAT PRIZE!
We have 10 passport holders to give away to lucky Interval
World readers. Correctly identify the natural attraction
shown 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 September 1, 2013.
If your correct answer is one
of the first 10 selected in our
random drawing, you win!
See rules below.
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