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and beliefs of the Pueblo Indians and visit the striking adobe chapel of San Geronimo. Continue travelling along the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the foothills of the Rockies, to the colourful artists' mecca of Santa Fe. Your evening is at leisure to visit some of the many galleries, sample its renowned Southwest cuisine and just watch the world go by on the vibrant plaza. (FB) Hotel: Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza (F) DAY 8 SANTA FE SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME F 5Embark on a private trolley tour to see the sights of Santa Fe and soak up the atmosphere of one of the West's most interesting towns -- unparalleled in richness of history, heritage, arts and culture. Then, visit a local artist's studio and learn how he captures the Southwest's magical light in his landscapes. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure to explore old downtown, including the Eldorado Hotel, Loretto Chapel and St. Francis Cathedral. Perhaps do some shopping at a local gallery, follow in the footsteps of Kit Carson on a walking tour or pamper yourself in one of Santa Fe's elegant spas. This evening, gather with your Travel Director and travelling companions for a festive Farewell Dinner. (FB FD) DAY 9 SANTA FE - DEPART ALBUQUERQUE After breakfast this morning, bid farewell to your travelling companions. A complimentary transfer is provided to Albuquerque Airport. (FB) Please do not schedule any flights before 1 p.m.Visit www.TrafalgarTours.co.uk for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.E Welcome Reception F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) M Wine Pairing with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialityFB = Full Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner Thu17 MayFri25 May 1450 565 Thu19 JulFri27 Jul 1450 565 Thu31 MayFri8 Jun 1450 565 Thu30 AugFri7 Sep 1450 565 Thu14 JunFri22 Jun 1450 565 Thu28 JunFri6 Jul 1450 565 Thu13 SepFri21 Sep 1450 565 Thu27 SepFri5 Oct 1450 565 8. Panic EquipmentContentsTechnical Notes.................................................................................................................2Briton................................................................................................................................392 Series..........................................................................................................................991 Series Touchbars........................................................................................................15400 Series Touchbars......................................................................................................17Briton Touchbars..............................................................................................................20Adams Rite......................................................................................................................22Emergency Bolts.............................................................................................................24© 2011 Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdRef: BC11

11 Days2Italian Lake District46ITALY & COMBINATIONS : REGIONALSMEMORABLE HIGHLIGHTSRome Sightseeing tour includes a visit to St. Peter's Basilica plus views of the Forum and Colosseum.Monte Cassino Views of the monastery high on the hill.Sorrento Visit this popular resort.Assisi Orientation of this beautiful town dedicated to St. Francis. Venice Cruise by private boat to St. Mark's Square. Visit a traditional glass-blowing workshop.Verona View Juliet's Balcony.Italian Lakes Visit Lake Como.Italian Riviera Drive this scenic route.Pisa Visit the Square of Miracles to view the Leaning Tower.Florence Sightseeing includes the cathedral and Signoria Square. Stunning views from Piazzale Michelangelo.G Hidden Treasure Enjoy at least one surprise Hidden Treasure experience, unique to your itinerary, courtesy of your expert Travel Director.FABULOUS SIGHTSEEINGSightseeing/orientation in Rome, Sorrento, Assisi, Venice, Verona, Pisa and FlorenceUNBEATABLE FEATURESAccommodation in twin-bedded rooms with private facilities.9 buffet breakfasts (BB)4 three-course dinners (D)All hotel service charges, local taxes, baggage handling and hotel tips are included.Travel by luxury air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and a washroom onboard.Services throughout the trip of a professional multi-lingual Travel Director.Qualified Local Guide in Rome and Florence.A stylish wallet, travel documents, keepsake booklet and map.Rome Fiumicino Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 11, conditions apply, refer to page 53.DAY 1 DEPART CANADA D Overnight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME (2 NIGHTS) Welcome to Rome! After check-in, relax and unwind. Later meet with your Travel Director and fellow travelers. This evening, consider a stroll around this fascinating ancient city and mingle with the locals in beautiful squares with stunning architecture! Hotel: Aran Park (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Don't miss the opportunity to join an optional excursion to the famous Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museums. Later, your expert Local Guide takes you on a sightseeing tour starting with a visit to the Vatican City and the awe-inspiring St. Peter's Basilica to view Michelangelo's statue, the Pietà. Cross the Tiber in ancient Rome and view the Forum and the mighty Colosseum. Afterwards, during free time, consider a trip to the catacombs and the medieval city walls or the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. (BB) DAY 4 ROME - SORRENTO - BAY OF NAPLES Today head south to the Bay of Naples. Drive to the nearby resort of Sorrento to visit an inlaid wood workshop. Then consider an optional excursion to the enchanting Isle of Capri. Later enjoy dinner at the hotel. (BB D) Hotel: Grand Hotel Moon Valley (F) DAY 5 BAY OF NAPLES - ASSISI Perhaps join an optional guided walking tour of Pompeii, which lay undiscovered beneath a layer of ash for centuries after Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. Afterwards, leave the Bay of Naples and continue on passing by Monte Cassino, the scene of fierce fighting during the Second World War. Continue north to the mystical town of Assisi, built on the fertile slopes of Mount Subasio in Umbria. (BB D) Hotel: Il Castello (F) DAY 6 ASSISI - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) Your morning orientation tour of Assisi reveals a town that has changed little since the time of St. Francis, who was born here in 1182. There is time to visit the great Basilica and see the Saint's tomb. Later see the Basilica of Italian Scene*8:2Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdTechnical NotesBritish standardsDoors on escape routes where fire safety is a concern must by law be fitted with escape hardware that meets one of the two British Standards described below. Your Fire Officer can provide additional guidance if required.EN 1125The standard for panic hardware such as full-width pushbars. These should be fitted in areas open to the general public, where a panic situation may arise in an emergency.EN 179The standard for emergency exit devices such as paddle handles and push pads. These may be fitted in areas not open to the general public, where occupants are likely to be familiar with the way the device operates.Explanation of terminologyDogging deviceThis feature allows an exit device to be held in the open position, with the bolts retracted, to permit free passage in either direction.Door typesSingle-point escape hardware suitable for use on single doors may, where indicated, also be used on the first opening leaf of a pair of rebated doors, where the second leaf is held in place by a door bolt. When double doors have plain meeting stiles door bolts must normally be used on both leaves.Single doorSingle-point latch.Single doorTwo-point bolt.Double door - plainTwo-point bolts on both leaves.Double door - rebatedTwo-point bolt on passive leaf, single-point latch on active leaf.