COMPETITION: WIN AN ISLAND BREAK
Sunday 21 November 1999
To enter, send your answer, along with your name, address and telephone number, on a postcard to: City Break Competition, PO Box 4021, London E14 5BU. Entries must arrive by Thursday 25 November.
The picture from last week's competition was of Vienna. The prizewinner, Dr Sara Deamont, from Cardiff, will travel to Vienna courtesy of World Sky Holidays (tel: 0121-325 5501), whose Classic City Break brochure includes short breaks in classic style hotels in cities including Istanbul, Prague, Budapest, Venice, Florence and Rome. The winners will fly from Manchester or Gatwick with Lauda Air (tel: 020-7630 5924) which flies from the UK to Vienna 15 times a week, and be transferred on arrival to the chic Hotel ViennArt in the Spittelberg area, home to artists and well known for its bohemian bars and cafes for a stay of either two or four nights. A four- day B&B break of this sort will cost a total of pounds 423 per person with return flights, and hotel with breakfast.
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