In the magnificent country of Appelhaken there is a zoo. Not just any zoo, but a grand zoo, a magnificent zoo, called Appelhaken Grand Magnificent Magnificent Grand Grand Zoo.
In this zoo there are three food stalls and two exhibits. The Law of Appelhaken specifies that there must be a clearly marked path from each food stall to each exhibit, and that these paths may not intersect or share parts.
A third exhibit is built, so to comply with the Law, the head architect of Appelhaken constructs a bridge within the zoo (not so grand as the Appelhaken Monument Bridge, but still pretty magnificent) and a path is placed on top of it, while another path goes beneath it, for without the bridge, the Law could not be upheld.
For National Celebration Day, the Magnificent Leader of Appelhaken proclaims that Appelhaken Grand Magnificent Magnificent Grand Grand Zoo shall be expanded immediately, to a grand total of six food stalls. The additional food stalls are built within the hour. However, while the zoo has enough income to afford more bridges, all the country's architects have taken a day off (National Celebration Day is not a public holiday) and are unavailable, so there will be only one bridge in the zoo during National Celebration Day.
How can the Grand Zookeeper reroute the paths of Appelhaken Grand Magnificent Magnificent Grand Grand Zoo in order to preserve the Law?
(TN: The magnificent language of Appelhaken contains only two embellishing adjectives, which I translate as magnificent and grand here. For further embellishment, repetition is necessary.)