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Winter Break

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Puzzle ID:#39716
Fun:*** (2.53)
Difficulty:** (1.87)
Category:Logic-Grid
Submitted By:nerdyiscool*us*****!
Corrected By:4demo

 

 

 



Over Winter Break, five best friends each did different activities in different cities. Can you find out each friend's full name, what they did, and where they went?

First names: Julie, Megan, David, Fred, Sam
Last names: Wallace, Thompson, Mallard, Shields, Drake
Activities: Ski Trip, Moving, Cruise, Cooking Classes, Visiting Relatives
Places: Houston, Paris, Cleveland, Vancouver, Miami

1) Julie and Ms. Wallace, in particular, were sad that David wasn't coming back.
2) Neither Sam nor Julie have ever left the U.S. before this winter break.
3) All first names that have two syllables belong with last names that have two syllables. Nobody's last name starts with the same letter as their first name.
4) Ms. Mallard is excited to learn about French cuisine.
5) Mr. Thompson doesn't want to move.
6) The friends, in no particular order, are as follows: the girl who is going on a ski trip, Mr. Shields, Megan, the boy headed to Houston, and Julie.
7) Cruises can only be taken in warm coastal cities. Ski trips can only be taken in cold, mountainous places. Remember this is winter.
8) The cruise ship Fred is traveling on does not dock in Houston.

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