Friday, February 15, 2008

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Feb 10): Put on a Bikini

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Feb 10): Put on a Bikini:
Q: Name a city in six letters that's a popular tourist destination. Divide this name in half, move the first three letters to the end keeping everything else in order, you'll name some places where people like to relax. What are they?
When I think of tourist destinations, my first thought is they must include the sun as a primary reason for going. Think hot, hot, hot!

Edit: Hidden in my hint: "...include the sun as a primary...". The item in italics is an anagram of both answers. And the mention of heat applies to both as well.
A: NASSAU (capital of the Bahamas)--> SAUNAS

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