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## Romantic Getaway

 Category: Logic-Grid Submitted By: dswilborn Fun: (2.97) Difficulty: (1.39)

Five couples from San Francisco were celebrating Valentine's Day with an outing they had planned (one couple went to the beach) and enjoyed. However, each husband had surprised his wife with a special vacation trip. Can you determine the couples' names, their outing of choice, and vacation destination (one couple is going to Canada) from the clues provided below?

1. Neither Jonas nor Kim will be leaving the United States, though they are not traveling together.

2. At the restaurant, one couple talked about visiting both Madrid and Barcelona.

3. Alice is not married to Mark, who did not take his wife to a hockey game or a restaurant.

4. The couple going to Hawaii is either Denise and her husband or the couple who went skiing on Valentine's Day.

5. Neither Paul nor Kevin enjoy dancing, but Jenny, who is going to Mexico, does enjoy it. Kevin is going to Alaska and hopes to hit the ski slopes.

6. Paul and his wife love hockey and want to see another NHL game on their trip. Laura planned her dinner date with either Mark or Bill.

### Hint:

NHL stands for National Hockey League and has teams in the United States and Canada.

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Comments on this teaser

 Posted by mrsfessler 02/11/10 goodteaser Posted by june12 02/20/10 this one was fun :D Posted by june12 02/20/10 this one was fun :D Posted by zuppy 02/24/10 That was a good teaser - couldn't figure out how to sort out dancing/beach between jonas/mark Posted by trewq 03/05/10 cute :D Posted by mocha613 03/08/10 I had a difficult time solving without making assumptions that since someone doesn't like something that they weren't doing it, or that because they did like it, that they were doing it. Posted by MajorCrazy1 05/25/10 This was fun, u had to actually use logic, like beaches are logical in hawaii and hockey in canada. Posted by Mom2Ozzy 05/18/11 Too many assumptions as mocha said. Posted by Suzanne12345 06/06/11 This puzzle has no assumptions at all. The clues are very clear. Posted by dreamlvr1432 05/10/12 Fun teaser, but i have to agree, too many assumptions. Just because someone enjoys doing something does not mean they were doing that activity. Also, Kevin hopes to hit the ski slopes in Alaska. That doesn't not necessarily mean that he went skiing with his wife on Valentines day. Remember, according to the intro, the vacations and valentines activities are 2 different occassions.

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