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28PompeiiDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME (2 NIGHTS) E Welcome to Rome, capital of Italy! Relax after check-in, or take a leisurely stroll through the city's ancient streets. Meet your Travel Director and fellow travelers this evening for a Welcome Reception. Then enjoy an evening orientation drive to see St. Peter's Basilica - the perfect introduction to your vacation. (WR) Hotel: Grand Hotel Tiberio (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Your morning sightseeing tour with an expert Local Guide starts with a visit to the Sistine Chapel to see Michelangelo's magnificent frescoed ceiling! Visit St. Peter's Basilica, one of the holiest Christian sites in the world. Your sightseeeing tour continues in ancient Rome. See the Forum, and the Circus Maximus where chariot races took place. Visit the mighty Colosseum, where Romans enjoyed a range of public events. Spend the rest of the day seeing the sights of your choice or relax in a café and watch the world go by! (BB) DAY 4 ROME - POMPEII - ISLE OF CAPRI (2 NIGHTS) N I Visit the Commonwealth Cemetery at Monte Cassino in the valley below the Abbey. Visit the excavations at Pompeii - buried for centuries beneath volcanic ash after Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD - with commentary from your expert Local Guide. In Sorrento, see fine local craftsmanship at an inlaid wood factory. Cruise across the Bay of Naples to the beautiful Isle of Capri, your home for the next two nights! Dine tonight at your hotel. (BB D) Hotel: Regina Cristina (F) DAY 5 CAPRI ORIENTATION AND FREE TIME Your walking orientation of Capri town includes views of the Faraglioni Rocks and Marina Piccola. Admire the legendary Piazzetta, the center of local life! Spend free time shopping at elegant boutiques, or perhaps explore the coast of this pretty island by private motor launch. (BB) DAY 6 ISLE OF CAPRI - NAPLES - ASSISI N Sail back across the Mediterranean to 'Bella Napoli'. Drive through Naples and north via Latium into the Umbrian hills to the mystical town of Assisi. Your expert Local Guide shows you the sights including views of the Church of St. Mary of the Angels, where St. Francis died. Visit the Basilica, featuring frescoes by Giotto. Dine tonight at your hotel. (BB D) Hotel: Ora Hotel Cenacolo (SF) DAY 7 ASSISI - CLASSE - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) N Visit the Basilica of Saint Apollinaris in Classe, famous for it's glittering Byzantine mosaics. Arrive later in Venice, Queen of the Adriatic. (BB D) Hotel: Principe/Amadeus (F) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. Rome Sightseeing tour includes views of the Forum and Circus Maximus. Visit St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Colosseum.. Monte Cassino Visit the Commonwealth Cemetery.. Pompeii A guided tour of the excavations.. Isle of Capri Orientation includes views of the Faraglioni Rocks. Visit the famous Piazzetta.. Assisi Sightseeing includes St. Francis' Basilica and the Church of St. Mary of the Angels.. Classe Visit St. Apollinaris Church to see the mosaics.. Venice Cruise by private launch. View St. Mark's Square, the Byzantine Basilica, Doge's Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. Brenta Canal See the Palladian villas.. Montecatini Orientation tour.. Florence Sightseeing tour features Signoria Square and the Baptistery. View Ponte Vecchio.. Siena Visit the medieval city famous for the Palio horse race.. 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 Tuscan dinner with wine in a restaurant amongst the olive groves.. I Local Specialty Visit an inlaid wood factory in Sorrento.. I Local Specialty Visit a traditional glass-blowing factory in Venice.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Reception including light snacks and Welcome Drinks with your Travel Director in Rome. . 10 hot buffet breakfasts.. 3 three-course dinners with local wine.. Be My Guest Dinner in Tuscany.. Farewell Dinner with wine in Rome.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to page 5.. A qualified Local Guide in Pompeii, Assisi, Florence and Rome.. Cruise to the Isle of Capri.. Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 12 (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.Italy Bellissimo*Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd6:55Sliding Door GearnMarathon 55 sliding door gear for heavily used timber or metal doors, offering smooth and reliable action. Features precision engineering, solid alloy runner bar and one-piece ball cage design.Item No.DescriptionMax Wt (kg)Max H (mm)Max W (mm)Max LeavesThick/s (mm)6.J2Sliding door gear, 400-750mm door.5530001500132-506.J3Sliding door gear, 750-900mm door.5530001500132-506.J4Sliding door gear, 900-1050mm door.5530001500132-506.J5Sliding door gear, 1.05-1.2m door.5530001500132-506.J6Sliding door gear, 1.2-1.5m door.5530001500132-50Marathon 90 sliding door gear for heavily used timber or metal doors, offering smooth and reliable action. 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