The answer is POMPEII The corresponding square is house puzzle by Chris Morse Buried Treasure While the puzzle may look like it has to do with a monopoly board, it does not. It actually refers to the streets themselves as the currently exist in Atlantic City. Not all of the streets still exist as they did then, but most still do. This puzzle only uses intersections of acutally Monopoly board properties, which is why the solution keeps using the same areas of the city. A map of the city would have to be oriented such that Atlantic Avenue is straight up and down and boardwalk is on the right hand side. This means that ENE must be up (or Northlike) to get a linear grid for the letters. Each round is self contained and starts by giving a point to begin at. This is done by giving two intersecting streets (or in th case of the "Fifth Round" it tells you to start at the Boardwalk end of Park Place). From there, if you just move down a street to the next one listed from the starting point, you will trace out a letter. Some of the letters recross their path to complete the letter or to at least make them a little more interesting. If you take each letter in order, it spells out the solution. First Round: P Second Round: O Third Round: M Forth Round: P Fifth Round: E Sixth Round: I (which entirely overlaps the M) Seventh Round: I