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Spain offering free trips for snappy Facebook retorts

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Being sharp on Facebook could win you a free vacation to Spain.
The country's tourism office is offering free vacations to the person who best answers questions on Facebook about the country and its customs. The contest will last through the end of February.
The tourism office said in a statement that the winner will get a week's holiday per year, for three years, plus air fare to and from Spain. Lodgings will be provided at stately Parador hotels, many of which are refurbished castles or monasteries.
Contestants have to answer a daily question on Spain that shows up at

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