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fields of golden sunflowers brings you to Granada. Your orientation tour includes the Albaicin quarter featuring stunning architecture. There may also be a chance to join an optional excursion to explore the Alhambra Palace and gardens, subject to ticket availability. (BB D) Hotel: Luna (F) DAY 7 GRANADA - VALENCIA Cross the Mora Pass through superb scenery of the Sierra Nevada. Admire the cave dwellings in Guadix with time to take pictures. Continue through Murcia and the forests of Elche to Valencia, renowned for its orange groves. See the bull ring, the great cathedral and the Towers of Serrano and Quart during your orientation tour. Later arrive at your hotel where you dine tonight with your fellow travelers. (BB D) Hotel: Husa Mas Camarena (MF) DAY 8 VALENCIA - PEÑISCOLA - BARCELONA (2 NIGHTS) Head north along the coast through the Levant region and stop at Peñiscola to view the ancient castle of the 'Spanish Pope', used in the film El Cid. Continue along the Costa Dorada to Barcelona, Spain's most cosmopolitan city. Your expert Local Guide takes you on a wonderful sightseeing tour, which includes Gaudi's Sagrada Familia Church and the Plaza Catalunya. Wander through the Gothic quarter to view the magnificent cathedral and the lively Ramblas. Tonight, consider an optional excursion to a Catalan-style restaurant for a delicious dinner of local specialties! (BB) Hotel: Abba Garden (MF) DAY 9 BARCELONA FREE TIME Today is free for you to explore this fascinating city. As well as having a rich Roman and medieval heritage, Barcelona also has a reputation for fun! Consider an excursion to the monastery in the rocky mountains of Monsterrat to see the Black Madonna. This evening, maybe take the opportunity to dine with your companions and celebrate the end of your vacation together. (BB) DAY 10 BARCELONA - CANADA DThis morning, say 'adios' to Spain, your Travel Director and your fellow travelers at the end of your memorable Spanish Experience! Transfers are available to Barcelona Airport. Conditions apply. (BB)Visit www.TrafalgarTours.ca for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.FIRST CLASS OPTIONFor a similar vacation featuring excellent First Class hotels ask for Trafalgar's Europe & Britain 2012 brochure, pages 112-113.Starts CanadaEnds CanadaLand OnlySingle room supplementC$330Triple room reductionC$20Early payment discount 12 months C$13010 months C$95 6 months C$652nd trip discountSAVE up to C$66 p.p.Young traveler discountC$130D *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 80.Fri27 AprSun6 May1285 Fri4 MaySun13 May1285 Fri11 MaySun20 May1285 Fri18 MaySun27 May1285 Fri25 MaySun3 Jun1285 Fri1 JunSun10 Jun1285 Fri8 JunSun17 Jun1285 Fri15 JunSun24 Jun1285 Fri22 JunSun1 Jul1285 Fri29 JunSun8 Jul1285 Fri6 JulSun15 Jul1285 Fri13 JulSun22 Jul1285 Fri20 JulSun29 Jul1285 Fri27 JulSun5 Aug1285 Fri3 AugSun12 Aug1285 Fri10 AugSun19 Aug1285 Fri17 AugSun26 Aug1285 Fri24 AugSun2 Sep1285 Fri31 AugSun9 Sep1285 Fri7 SepSun16 Sep1325 Fri14 SepSun23 Sep1325 Fri21 SepSun30 Sep1325 Fri28 SepSun7 Oct1325 Fri5 OctSun14 Oct1285 Fri12 OctSun21 Oct1285 10 days from C$1285 Reference: SPAX6:64Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdWindow fittings. Made from stainless steel. Finishes available: satin stainless (SSS).6.WF21Casement fastener.Size: 253mm.6.WF30Casement fastener.Size: 253mm.6.WF35Locking casement stay - espagnolette version.6.WF22SCasement stay.Size: 253mm.6.WF32Casement stay.Size: 253mm.6.WF25Locking casement stay - espagnolette version.Window Fittings