Holidays: WIN a Fantastic Holiday to Atlanta & Georgia

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Holidays: WIN a Fantastic Holiday to Atlanta & Georgia


HOMES & Holidays has teamed up with Georgia Tourism and Delta Airlines to offer one lucky reader the chance of a fly-drive holiday of a lifetime to America's Deep South.

Georgia is a year-round destination with something for everyone. This stunning prize lets you take in all the best bits the state has to offer.

Our prize kicks off in Atlanta - a big city with lots of Southern hospitality.

Visit the botanical gardens, go to the zoo, experience the thrills at the 331-acre Six Flags Over Georgia park with its rides, attractions and shows or catch the Atlanta Braves baseball team in action

Then it's on to historic Savannah, "Hostess City Of The South" and a centre of African-American heritage, where you can dine aboard a paddleboat.

Next stop is Jekyll Island with its Summer Waves Water Park and Tidelands Nature Centre.

And finally Macon, where you can visit the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, and make the most of the Hay House Italian Renaissance villa.

This dream trip puts you in the driving seat to do as little or as much as you like.

For your chance to win simply answer this question: Who is Jekyll's

alter ego?

(a) Mr Seek

(b) Mr Find

(c) Mr Hyde

Call: 1513 500 621 (0901 490 9023 UK) and follow instructions. Or text the word USA followed by a space and then your answer (a, b or c) to 57788 (84080 UK) . Or visit www.sundaymirror. co.uk/ competitions and enter online.

DELTA is the world's second-largest airline and the leading U.S. carrier across the Atlantic, offering daily flights from Gatwick and Manchester to a network

of more than 180 destinations in the USA and

beyond. Delta is commited to getting travellers where they want to go, when they want to get there, with exceptional customer service. …

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