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Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd6:39Clothes DryersTelescopic clothes dryer offers a compact design for smaller gardens and easy storage, with simple lift and lock operation. Comfortable grip. Continuous line in 38m and 45m lengths.Classic clothes dryer offers dual crimped lines, individually strung to maintain tension. Robust grip, twist lock mechanism and anti-chafing holes. Fully galvanised with deep profile sturdy arms and 32mm steel centre pole. Ten-position easy tension adjustment. Line lengths 35m, 40m, 45m and 50m.Finish: metallic painted.Item No.Description6.ClassicRotary clothes dryer.6.TelescopicRotary clothes dryer.Minky line dryer with retractable lines to save space.Indoor dryer features four clothes lines offering up to 12m of drying space.Outdoor dryer features a single retractable line offering up to 15m of drying space.Finish: white.Item No.Description6.Minky IndoorRetractable 4-line dryer6.Minky OutdoorRetractable line dryer.IndoorOutdoor

ITALYTuscanyChiantiHillsApennine MountainsGulf ofGenoaTyrrehenianSeaAdriaticSeaROMEMONTECATINISan GimignanoSienaFlorencePisaVinciAssisi116 Overnight staysDuration: 10 DaysPace: LeisurelyTRRome & Tuscan HighlightsDAY 1 DEPART CANADA D Overnight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME E Welcome to Rome, the Eternal City! The city stands on the Tiber river and enjoys a long and celebrated history. Relax after your journey. Later, meet your Travel Director and fellow travelers for a Welcome Reception. Then an orientation drive will show you the Tiber and St. Peter's Basilica - a perfect introduction to the sights which await you! (WR) Hotel: Milton/Grand Hotel Tiberio (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING - MONTECATINI (TUSCAN HILLS) (6 NIGHTS) N mYour expert Local Guide takes you on a guided sightseeing tour starting at the Vatican City. Visit St. Peter's Basilica and then enjoy a small group sightseeing visit inside the Sistine Chapel. Cross the Tiber River and see the Forum, center of daily life in ancient Rome. View the Colosseum ? the largest built in the Roman Empire ? where public events and gladiatorial contests were held. Later, enjoy a spectacular scenic drive through the Tuscan Hills to the spa resort of Montecatini, your home for the next six nights! (BB D) Hotel: Francia e Quirinale/Grand Hotel Tamerici & Principe (F) DAY 4 SAN GIMIGNANO AND SIENA EXCURSION Explore San Gimignano known as the 'medieval Manhattan', famed for its ring of towers which can be seen several kilometers from town. Shop for locally produced delicacies and hand-painted Tuscan pottery. Later, in Siena, see the Piazza del Campo, scene of the celebrated annual Palio horse race, and the stunning marble Cathedral which dominates the town. (BB) DAY 5 PISA AND VINCI EXCURSION B I l In the coastal town of Pisa see the famous Leaning Tower, the finely sculpted marble Cathedral and the ornate Baptistery. Then travel to the scenic Tuscan town of Vinci where you will hear all about the life of Leonardo da Vinciand enjoy an included visit to the Museo Leonardiano containing some of his work. Join your fellow travelers tonight for a wonderful Be My Guest dinner experience with beautiful views over the Tuscan hills. (BB BG) DAY 6 MONTECATINI AT LEISURE Montecatini Terme is one of Italy's most popular thermal spa destinations, and you have the entire day to do exactly as you please! Your Travel Director will be available for suggestions on how to spend your day. (BB) DAY 7 FLORENCE EXCURSION F Your expert Local Guide gives you a fascinating account of the history of Renaissance Florence during your walking tour. See the magnificent Duomo and Piazza Signoria. View the Ponte Vecchio bridge, one of the city's most famous landmarks. Experience a delicious Highlight Lunch in a local restaurant and then return to Montecatini for a relaxing afternoon. (BB HL) DAY 8 FLORENCE EXCURSION Return to Florence today to utilise your included 'hop-on hop-off' sightseeing ticket. After some time for sightseeing and shopping, you may decide to take an optional excursion to the Accademia to see Michelangelo's David - possibly the most famous sculpture in the world. (BB) DAY 9 MONTECATINI (TUSCAN HILLS) - ASSISI - ROME F Set on the slopes of Mount Subasio, Assisi is the birthplace of St. Francis. Visit the Basilica during your walking tour with an expert Local Guide. In Rome tonight, celebrate the end of your vacation with your companions at a Farewell Dinner. (BB FD) Hotel: Sheraton Golf/Una Hotel (SF) DAY 10 ROME ? CANADA D Say 'arrivederci Roma' at the end of a relaxing and memorable Italian vacation. Airport transfers are available. Conditions apply. (BB)Visit www.TrafalgarTours.ca for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.Sightseeing Highlights . Rome Sightseeing includes views of the Forum, Colosseum and Circus Maximus. Included visit to St. Peter's Basilica. . San Gimignano Visit this medieval town with its ancient towers. . Siena Visit the medieval Tuscan city, home of the Palio horse race. . Pisa Visit the Square of Miracles. View the Cathedral, Leaning Tower and Baptistery. . Vinci Visit this beautiful Tuscan town named after the Renaissance polymath Leonard da Vinci. . Florence Sightseeing tour includes Signoria Square and the Duomo. View the Ponte Vecchio. Includes hop-on hop-off sightseeing tickets. . Tuscan Countryside Visit an olive grove including tastings of various varieties. . Assisi Sightseeing includes St. Francis Basilica. . J Audio Headsets For all guided visits and included sightseeing.Insider Highlights . G Hidden Treasure Enjoy at least one surprise Hidden Treasure experience, unique to your itinerary, courtesy of your expert Travel Director. . B Be My Guest Specialty dinner at an Agriturismo farmhouse. . l Unique Insight Stop in Vinci - the town near where Leonardo da Vinci was born and visit a museum dedicated to the master. . m Small Group Sightseeing In Rome, enjoy an expert guided visit to the Sistine Chapel with a group size of no more than 25 guests to enhance your experience.Dining Highlights . Welcome Reception including light snacks and Welcome Drinks with your Travel Director in Rome. . 8 hot buffet breakfasts. . Be My Guest dinner in Agriturismo. . 1 three-course dinner with local wine. . Local restaurant highlight lunch with wine in Florence. . Farewell Dinner with wine in a trattoria in Rome.First Class Highlights . Includes all First Class features, refer to page 5. . A qualified Local Guide in Rome, Florence and Assisi. . Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 10 (see departure panel below, conditions apply, refer to page 53). . L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your trip with a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location. *16 Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand Only Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand OnlyTriple room reduction C$40 Single room supplementC$490 Early payment discount12 months C$225 10 months C$165 6 months C$1102nd Trip Discount SAVE up toC$114 p.p.Young Traveler DiscountC$225Free airport transfers: Transfers on Day 2 at Rome Fiumicino Airport will operate at 9.30am, 12.30pm and 3.30pm. Guests arriving later should make their own way to the first hotel. Return transfers on the last travel day will arrive at Rome Fiumicino Airport at 7am and 9.30am.D *Air Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available on the day that you book. Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. See page 13 for full details.For Trafalgar's other great savings, air details and extra night accommodation please see pages 12-13 and 53.Thu26 AprSat5 May2250 Sat21 JulMon30 Jul2199 Sat28 AprMon7 May2250 Thu26 JulSat4 Aug2199 Sat28 JulMon6 Aug2199 Thu3 MaySat12 May2250 Sat5 MayMon14 May2250 Thu2 AugSat11 Aug2199 Thu10 MaySat19 May2250 Sat4 AugMon13 Aug2199 Sat12 MayMon21 May2250 Thu9 AugSat18 Aug2199 Thu17 MaySat26 May2250 Sat11 AugMon20 Aug2199 Sat19 MayMon28 May2250 Thu16 AugSat25 Aug2199 Thu24 MaySat2 Jun2250 Sat18 AugMon27 Aug2199 Sat26 MayMon4 Jun2250 Thu23 AugSat1 Sep2199 Thu31 MaySat9 Jun2250 Sat25 AugMon3 Sep2199 Thu30 AugSat8 Sep2275 Sat2 JunMon11 Jun2250 Thu7 JunSat16 Jun2250 Sat1 SepMon10 Sep2275 Sat9 JunMon18 Jun2250 Thu6 SepSat15 Sep2275 Thu14 JunSat23 Jun2250 Sat8 SepMon17 Sep2275 Sat16 JunMon25 Jun2250 Thu13 SepSat22 Sep2275 Thu21 JunSat30 Jun2250 Sat15 SepMon24 Sep2275 Sat23 JunMon2 Jul2235 Thu20 SepSat29 Sep2275 Thu28 JunSat7 Jul2235 Sat22 SepMon1 Oct2275 Sat30 JunMon9 Jul2199 Thu27 SepSat6 Oct2275 Sat29 SepMon8 Oct2275 Thu5 JulSat14 Jul2199 Sat7 JulMon16 Jul2199 Thu4 OctSat13 Oct2275 Thu12 JulSat21 Jul2199 Sat6 OctMon15 Oct2275 Sat14 JulMon23 Jul2199 Thu11 OctSat20 Oct2250 Thu19 JulSat28 Jul2199 10 Days from C$2199 Reference: ITROO6:40Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdAutopa Locks hinged lockable parking posts. When erected the post prevents unauthorised access. An authorised user may unlock the post and lower it, allowing a vehicle to pass over it. Made from galvanised steel tubing with a cast iron base and black polypropylene weather cap. Baseplate is prepared for two 16mm bolts with 152mm centres.The Type B Adaptor, when fitted, is secured by a separate padlock. This may be unlocked by the emergency services allowing the entire post to be lifted out to permit access. Contact your local council or fire brigade to determine what type of lock should be fitted.Finish: galvanised steel.Item No.DescriptionLocking Mechanism H x Dia (mm)6.EUAU 300-001Lockable parking post.Integral cylinder lock.750 x 646.EUAU 300-301TOPLOK parking post.Used with separate padlock.750 x 646.EUAU 300-010Lockable parking post with Type B Adaptor.Integral cylinder lock.750 x 64Autopa Locks removable car post. Used to exclude vehicles from traffic free zones, in situations where access is only required occasionally or at fixed times. May be secured by a padlock, supplied separately. When unlocked the post may be lifted out of the ground; the flap on the baseplate closes flush with the ground. Made from galvanised steel tubing with a cast iron base and black polypropylene weather cap. Base socket ground depth is 267mm.Finish: galvanised steel.Car Parking PostsItem No.DescriptionLocking Mechanism H x Dia (mm)6.EUAU 100-601Removable car post.Used with separate padlock.914 x 76