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WIN a trip for two to Paris; pounds 9,000 WORTH OF HOLIDAYS TO BE WON WITH OUR GAMECARD.

THIS is day three of our exciting new gamecard competition. We have teamed up with Harry Shaw City Cruiser to give away pounds 9,000 worth of holidays over the next four weeks.

Just check the numbers printed in today's paper against your lucky number on the reverse of your game card and see if you could be a winner.

Today's Harry Shaw holiday up for grabs is a six-day/five-night break for two to Paris worth almost pounds 340.

Our lucky winners will be taken, courtesy of Harry Shaw City Cruiser, to experience the magic which makes Paris one of the world's most fascinating cities.

Departing by coach on August 19, you will be taken direct for a five- night stay at a good class (three-star) hotel in the Greater Paris/Iie de France area.

During your stay Harry Shaw has included a superb programme of excursions, as well as leaving you plenty of time for personal shopping.

You can wander along the banks of the Seine Seine (sān, Fr. sĕn), Lat. Sequana, river, c.480 mi (770 km) long, rising in the Langres Plateau and flowing generally NW through N France. , perhaps do some shopping in world-famous stores such as the Galleries Lafayette, or watch the artists at work in the Place du Tetre.

The following four excursions have been included during your stay in Paris: A complete guided sightseeing tour of Paris visiting the Arc de Triomphe Arc de Triomphe

Largest triumphal arch in the world. A masterpiece of Romantic Classicism, it is one of the best-known monuments of Paris. It stands at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle, at the western terminus of the Champs-Élysées.
, the Eiffel Tower Eiffel Tower, structure designed by A. G. Eiffel and erected in the Champ-de-Mars for the Paris exposition of 1889. The tower is 984 ft (300 m) high and consists of an iron framework supported on four masonry piers, from which rise four columns uniting to form one  and Notre Dame Notre Dame IPA: [nɔtʁ dam] is French for Our Lady, referring to the Virgin Mary. In the United States of America, Notre Dame  with an optional Seine river Seine River
 ancient Sequana

Second longest river in France. It rises on the Langres plateau, 18 mi (30 km) northwest of Dijon, and flows through Paris before emptying into the English Channel at Le Havre after a course of 485 mi (780 km).
 cruise being available. Next on the agenda is a visit to the Palace of Versailles (admission charge not included). A full-day tour of the beautiful Loire Valley Noun 1. Loire Valley - the valley of the Loire River where many French wines originated
France, French Republic - a republic in western Europe; the largest country wholly in Europe
 calling at the superb Chateau of Chenoneaux, returning via the cathedral city of Orleans. Finally a Paris tour by night.

For details of Harry Shaw holidays ring the brochure hotline on 024 7645 5544 or call into 4 City Arcade, Coventry or 29 Leicester Street, Bedworth.

If you are not lucky enough to win you can book places on this holiday - and claim a special pounds 5 per person discount - by simply presenting your gamecard at any Harry Shaw office or calling 024 7645 5544. Offer ends February 28, 2001.


IF your lucky gamecard number matches any of today's numbers printed in the paper you could be a winner! To claim your prize keep your paper handy telephone 024 7650 0429 between 9am and 5pm on the day of publication or up to 11am on the following day and you will be asked to answer a tie- breaker breaker: see wave, in oceanography.  question in the event of more than one correct claim.

You will need your card with you when you telephone. Friday and Saturday claims must be made on the following Monday.

If you would like to play our lucky numbers game we still have gamecards available. Just pop into any Evening Telegraph Evening Telegraph may refer to:
  • Evening Telegraph (Dundee), a Scottish newspaper, sister paper of The Courier
  • Evening Telegraph (Dublin), a now defunct Irish newspaper
 office or ask your local newsagent newsagent

Brit a shopkeeper who sells newspapers and magazines

Noun 1. newsagent - someone who sells newspapers
newsdealer, newsstand operator, newsvendor
 for a card.













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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Jan 31, 2001
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