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THE ULTIMATE IN COACH TRAVELRelax onboard our modern coaches and you can rest assured you're in good hands with Trafalgar. You'll be chauffeured by your professional driver to the heart of the city and major attractions. And in the countryside, we take every possible opportunity to move off the motorway and give you a close-up view of the rural landscape and small town life. Best of all, we make sure that getting there is just as enriching and enjoyable as the destination itself. Travel at its bestthe only way to goWherever you go with Trafalgar, you'll travel in comfort and style. Whether it's by air, land, river or sea, we carefully select the mode of transport that will give you the best travelling experience and allow you to see each destination to its best advantage. No maps or timetables to read, no need to worry about foreign road rules, parking or directions - Trafalgar provides the ultimate in easy, hassle-free travel. At Leisure holidays give you time to explore on your own AT LEISURE . AT LEISURE .Your Travel Director will provide an entertaining commentary on the history, culture and geography of the region, peppered with interesting insights into the lives of the local people that only a true insider would know. You'll learn useful phrases in the local language as well as other handy travel tips. You'll see the glorious scenery from your coach's high vantage point. Plus, you'll have the chance to chat and make friends with your travel companions.Our fuel-efficient coaches are fully air-conditioned, fitted with reclining seats and have an onboard restroom* for your convenience.16*Excluding South African vehicles.ITALYAlpsItalianLake DistrictLakeMaggiorePo ValleyTuscanyApennine MountainsGulfof GenoaAdriaticSeaGulf ofVeniceTyrrhenianSeaAssisiVENICEBOLOGNAPisaFLORENCEFerraraMILAN TURINROMEPaviaVerona111221Lake Maggiore1 Overnight staysITALY & COMBINATIONS : REGIONALS11 Days from C$2125 Reference: ITDIDuration: 11 DaysPace: Lively25R Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand Only Starts Canada Ends CanadaLand OnlyTriple room reduction C$60 Single room supplement 1 Nov'12 - 11 Apr'13 Other departures C$530 C$620 Early payment discount12 months C$260 10 months C$195 6 months C$1302nd Trip Discount SAVE up toC$135 p.p.Young Traveler DiscountC$260Free airport transfers Transfers on arrival 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.6 Winter departure ref: WTDI Please note these departures are subject to both price, discount and hotel modification. Prices will be confirmed in July 2012.For Trafalgar's other great savings, air details and extra night accommodation please see pages 12-13 and 53.Thu19 AprSun29 Apr2650 Thu4 OctSun14 Oct2699 Thu26 AprSun6 May2650 Thu11 OctSun21 Oct2650 Thu18 OctSun28 Oct2650 Thu3 MaySun13 May2650 6Thu25 OctSun4 Nov2125 Thu10 MaySun20 May2650 Thu17 MaySun27 May2650 6Thu1 NovSun11 Nov2125 Thu24 MaySun3 Jun2650 6Thu8 NovSun18 Nov2125 Thu31 MaySun10 Jun2650 6Thu15 NovSun25 Nov2125 6Thu22 NovSun2 Dec2125 Thu7 JunSun17 Jun2650 6Thu29 NovSun9 Dec2125 Thu14 JunSun24 Jun2650 Thu21 JunSun1 Jul2650 6Thu6 DecSun16 Dec2125 Thu28 JunSun8 Jul2625 6Thu13 DecSun23 Dec2125 6Thu20 DecSun30 Dec2235 Thu5 JulSun15 Jul2625 6Thu27 DecSun6 Jan2275 Thu12 JulSun22 Jul2625 2013Thu19 JulSun29 Jul2625 6Thu3 JanSun13 Jan2125 Thu26 JulSun5 Aug2625 6Thu17 JanSun27 Jan2125 6Thu31 JanSun10 Feb2125 Thu2 AugSun12 Aug2625 Thu9 AugSun19 Aug2625 6Thu14 FebSun24 Feb2125 Thu16 AugSun26 Aug2625 6Thu28 FebSun10 Mar2125 Thu23 AugSun2 Sep2625 Thu30 AugSun9 Sep2699 6Thu7 MarSun17 Mar2425 6Thu14 MarSun24 Mar2425 Thu6 SepSun16 Sep2699 6Thu21 MarSun31 Mar2425 Thu13 SepSun23 Sep2699 6Thu28 MarSun7 Apr2425 Thu20 SepSun30 Sep2699 Thu27 SepSun7 Oct2699 6Thu4 AprSun14 Apr2425 6Thu11 AprSun21 Apr2425 Venetian maskE Welcome Reception (WR) F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) N Local Wine with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialtyFB = Full Breakfast BB = Buffet Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner explore on your own or shop for high quality leather and 18-carat gold jewelery. Tonight, enjoy an authentic and memorable Be My Guest dinner of delicious local specialties. (BB BG) Hotel: Grand Hotel Mediterraneo (F) DAY 5 FLORENCE - PISA - TURIN A short journey brings you to Pisa, and the famous Leaning Tower in the Square of Miracles. There's time for photos before you continue past the marble quarries of Carrara and the resorts of Portofino, Rapallo and Genoa. In Turin, see the Antonelliana building and the Piazza San Carlo during your orientation tour. Tonight, why not sample a dinner of regional specialties at a local restaurant? (BB) Hotel: Atahotel Concord (F) DAY 6 TURIN - LAKE MAGGIORE - MILAN N From Turin via Lake Maggiore - the most westerly of the three large pre-alpine Italian lakes - you arrive in Milan. Your expert Local Guide takes you on a tour of the city's spectacular sights including the Galleria, the Gothic Cathedral and the renowned opera house La Scala. (BB D) Hotel: Crowne Plaza Linate (SF) DAY 7 MILAN - PAVIA - VERONA - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) N Visit the Cistercian Abbey of Pavia, an important architectural monument. Later, stop in Verona, where Shakespeare based his most famous play, to see Juliet's balcony and the 2,000 year old Roman arena, still in use today. Continue across the Veneto plains to the magical city of Venice. (BB D) Hotel: Grande Albergo Ausonia & Hungaria (SF) DAY 8 VENICE SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME I View the Doge's Palace and the Byzantine Basilica on your cruise by private launch to St. Mark's Square. Watch a demonstration of glass-blowing at one of the oldest Murano workshops on the island. Spend free time afterwards as you wish. Relax in a café, shop for souvenirs or take an optional excursion to one of the islands in the lagoon! (BB) DAY 9 VENICE - FERRARA - BOLOGNA Visit Ferrara, a city of artistic importance during the Renaissance. Later, in Bologna - famous for its university, architecture, fine sausages and hams - your expert Local Guide shows you the sights including Neptune's fountain, the Kissing Towers and Piazza Maggiore. Don't forget to sample the excellent local cuisine! (BB) Hotel: Mercure Bologna Centro (F) DAY 10 BOLOGNA - ASSISI - ROME F Cross the dramatic Apennine Mountains to Assisi on the slopes of Mount Subasio. Enjoy an expert guided walking tour of St. Francis' hometown, where he founded the Franciscan Order in 1208. Visit the magnificent Basilica. See the tomb of St. Francis and the Church of St. Mary of the Angels which stands on the site where he died. Then travel south towards Rome, passing the scenic hilltop town of Orte. Tonight, join your companions and Travel Director for a Farewell Dinner with wine. (BB FD) Hotel: Sheraton Golf (SF) DAY 11 ROME - CANADA DSay 'arrivederci' to your newfound friends at the end of your memorable Italian vacation. Transfers are available. Conditions apply. (BB)Visit www.TrafalgarTours.ca for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.6:52Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdSliding Door GearDouble 60X wardrobe sliding door gear. For extra thick doors operating on a one-piece double top track, for wardrobes and cupboards using standard flush doors of lightweight construction. Each set includes one length of double top track, door hangers, nylon guides, finger pulls, door stops and screws.Item No.DescriptionMax Wt (kg)Max H (mm)Max W (mm)Max LeavesThick/s (mm)6.4DXSliding door gear, 1.2m opening.2720001000236-446.5DXSliding door gear, 1.5m opening.2720001000236-446.6DXSliding door gear, 1.8m opening.2720001000236-446.8DXSliding door gear, 2.4m opening.2720001000236-44House One interior sliding door gear for domestic use, offering quiet and reliable operation. Side fixing. 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26Enjoy delicious local cuisineFresh Italian ProduceDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME (2 NIGHTS) E Welcome to Rome, the capital of Italy! Relax after your journey and meet your Travel Director and companions this evening for a Welcome Reception to hear details about your exciting holiday. Discover the beauty of this city during an evening drive, finishing at the buzzing Piazza Navona, where you will be treated to a delicious gelato. (WR) Hotel: Atlantico (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME View the Forum, the Colosseum and Circus Maximus during your sightseeing tour with your expert Local Guide. Visit St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. Spend the afternoon seeing the sights on your own. (BB) DAY 4 ROME - GREVE IN CHIANTI - FLORENCE (3 NIGHTS) B H I Drive through Lazio, and the rolling hills of Umbria and Tuscany to the charming town of Greve. Visit a wine and olive oil outlet and taste a plethora of excellent Chiantis and extra virgin olive oils! Greve's main square has some of the finest food shops in Europe - don't forget to try the salumi. Later, drive through picturesque Chianti hills to your beautiful villa near Florence. (BB BG) Hotel: Villa II Poggiale (F) DAY 5 FLORENCE SIGHTSEEING N Your expert Local Guide takes you on a walking tour to the Accademia to see Michelangelo's famous statue of David. Admire Piazza Signoria and the colored marble Duomo. This evening over a glass of wine in your villa, enjoy a short talk from your Travel Director on the basic principles of Italian cuisine and learn a few words of Italian in preparation for your shopping and cooking day tomorrow! (BB D) DAY 6 TUSCAN LIFESTYLE EXPERIENCE F 5Begin your day at a fruit and vegetable market with a local professional chef where purchases are made for fresh produce for your cooking lesson. Take your produce to the restaurant and spend time together in the kitchen preparing your midday meal and buying wine to go with it! After your wonderful Highlight Lunch with local wine return to the villa for the night. Your evening is free to do as you please. (BB HL) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. Rome Sightseeing tour includes views of the Forum and Colosseum. Visit St. Peter's Basilica. Enjoy homemade Italian ice cream or a drink on Piazza Navona. . Greve Visit a wine and olive oil outlet, tasting a variety of Chiantis and extra virgin olive oils. . Tuscan experience Basic principles of Italian cuisine and a lesson on how to get by in Italian. Purchase fresh produce to use at your cooking lesson in a restaurant where a local chef will help you to prepare lunch. Select a Chianti to enjoy with your meal. . Florence Sightseeing includes a visit to the Accademia to see Michelangelo's David. See Piazza Signoria and the marble Duomo. . Tuscan countryside Visit an olive oil mill for tastings and a delicious lunch. . Pisa Visit the Square of Miracles. View the Cathedral, Leaning Tower and Baptistery. . Fidenza Village Stop at this outlet village with over 100 boutiques. . Parma Orientation of the city. . Bologna Guided tour including the Kissing Towers. . Venice Cruise by private launch along the Giudecca with views of St. Mark's Square, the Byzantine Basilica, Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. Visit one of the city's oldest workshops and see a demonstration of the ancient art of Murano glass-blowing. . Secret Venice experience Enjoy a cruise along the Grand Canal to the Rialto Bridge and a guided walking tour through the calle. Visit the fish market. . J Audio Headsets On 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 with wine in Florence. . 5 Local Expert Meet a professional Italian Chef who will tell you about fresh produce and local cuisine. . I Local Specialty Visit a wine and olive oil outlet in the Chianti wine region.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Reception including light snacks and Welcome Drinks with your Travel Director in Rome. . 9 hot buffet breakfasts. . 1 three-course dinner with local wine. . Italian cooking lesson, purchase ingredients from the local market and then prepare a delicious lunch with help from a professional Italian Chef. . Local highlight restaurant dinner with wine in Parma. . Be My Guest dining experience in Florence. . Farewell Dinner with wine in Venice.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to page 5. . A qualified Local Guide in Rome, Bologna, Florence and Venice. . A pamphlet on Tuscan cuisine including the recipes made on this trip. . Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 11 (see departure panel opposite 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.Flavors of Italy*Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd6:53Sliding Door GearSolo Vitesse sliding door gear for domestic use, offering quiet operation with minimum effort. 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