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Mike Jones, a travel agent at the Bon Voyage travel agency, was mildly surprised when five college students stopped by his office last Saturday morning, since each booked his spring-break trip months ahead of time. Each student came into the store at a different time and booked a trip to a different destination via a different mode of transportation.
From the information provided, can you determine the time in the morning at which each student stopped by, as well as the destination and mode of transportation each chose?
1. Taylor came into the office at some point after the student who booked the trip to Miami. The student who booked a train ticket came in at 11:00 a.m.
2. The student who came in at 9:00 a.m. (who isn't the one named Allen) booked the trip to Washington D.C.
3. Brian (who booked a rental car) came in exactly 30 minutes after Paul (who booked a trip to Orlando).
4. The student who booked a trip to the Virgin Islands via sailboat is not the one who came in at 10:30 a.m.
5. Dennis is not the one who booked a bus reservation.
Answer9:00. Dennis, Washington DC, airplane
9:30, Allen, Virgin Islands, sailboat
10:00 Paul, Orlando, bus
10:30 Brian, Miami, rental car
11:00 Taylor, New Orleans, train
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