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64Capri panoramaPalermo Cathedral, SicilyDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to Rome. DAY 2 ARRIVE ROME (2 NIGHTS) E Welcome to Rome, the Eternal City! Relax after your journey or explore on your own. Meet your Travel Director and fellow travelers this evening for a Welcome Reception. Afterwards, enjoy an orientation drive through the city to see St. Peter's Basilica and other sights - a perfect introduction to this beautiful city. (WR) Hotel: Nova Domus/NH Carpegna (F) DAY 3 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Your sightseeing tour with your knowledgeable Local Guide starts at St. Peter's Basilica, home of Michelangelo's masterpiece the Pietà. Across the River Tiber in ancient Rome, view the Forum and the Colosseum. Your afternoon is free to shop, relax, or see the sights of your choice. Consider a trip to the Catacombs or the Pantheon. This evening, why not try a typical Roman dinner in one of the city's many restaurants. (BB) DAY 4 ROME - POMPEII - SORRENTO (2 NIGHTS) From Rome, visit the Commonwealth Cemetery at Monte Cassino. Your expert Local Guide takes you on a fascinating walking tour of the excavations at Pompeii - buried for centuries under a layer of volcanic ash when Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. Arrive later at your hotel in Sorrento. (BB) Hotel: Corallo (F) DAY 5 SORRENTO - ISLE OF CAPRI EXCURSION N I Watch a demonstration of the art of inlaid wood at a workshop in Sorrento. Cruise to the Isle of Capri. Journey to the town by funicular railway and enjoy a walking tour with your expert Local Guide, who gives a superb history of the area. Dine tonight at your hotel and spend the evening relaxing in Sorrento. (BB D) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. Rome Guided visit to St. Peter's in the Vatican City. Sightseeing tour includes views of the Forum and Colosseum.. Monte Cassino View the Abbey and visit the Commonwealth Cemetery.. Pompeii Guided tour of the excavations.. Sorrento Orientation and demonstration of inlaid wood-working.. Isle of Capri Cruise to the island for an orientation.. Taormina Orientation includes the Corso Umberto. Visit the Greek theater. . Enna View the town. . Agrigento Visit the Valley of the Temples. . Erice Visit the Castle gardens.. Palermo Sightseeing includes Piazza Bellini and the Cathedral.. Monreale View the Conca d'Oro and visit the Norman Cathedral. . Mondello Visit the fishing village.. 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 Enjoy a delicious dinner with wine at a vineyard in Sicily.. I Local Specialty Visit an inlaid wood workshop in Sorrento.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Reception including light snacks and Welcome Drinks with your Travel Director in Rome.. 9 hot buffet breakfasts.. 3 three-course dinners with local wine.. Be My Guest Dinner in Sicily.. Farewell Dinner with wine in Palermo.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to page 36-37.. A qualified Local Guide in Rome, Capri, Taormina, Agrigento and Palermo.. Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 11 (see departure panel opposite, conditions apply, refer to page 242).. L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your trip with a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location.Southern Italy & Sicily*Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd8:3BritonSingle vertical panic bolts with two-point locking. Suitable for single and double doors. Self-handed. Anti-thrust device, adjustable top and bottom shoots. Tested and approved to EN 1125.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Reversible rim panic latch. Suitable for single doors and first opening leaf of double rebated doors up to 1300mm wide.Handing is reversible. Available with manual dogging (hold open); may be used with external rim cylinder. Tested and approved to EN 1125.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Item No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.376Panic bolt.EN 11252üü8.376-PPanic bolt with Pullman latches.EN 11252üüItem No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.378Panic latch.EN 11251üü

USA & MEXICO : DISCOVERY14 Days from £2025 per person twin share Ref: DSPADuration: 14 DaysPace: Lively35TPrice per PersonPrice per PersonStarts Las VegasEnds Las VegasTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStarts Las VegasEnds Las VegasTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionTriple room reductionMay & OctJun - Sep £195 £200 Quad room reductionMay & OctJun - Sep £300 £295Early Payment Discount12 months£208 10 months£156 6 months£104 2nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £104 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£208 All prices are per person, twin share.Air: Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available to us on the day that you book. See page 19 for details. For Trafalgar's other great savings and extra night accommodation please see pages 18-19 and 214.The Autumn Leaves: Enjoy the unforgettable sight of stunning "Fall Foliage" on our departures September - October (as determined by Mother Nature).WYOMINGMONTANASOUTH DAKOTANEVADAUTAHARIZONACOLORADOBearLakeBighornMountains Black HillsNational ForestPainted DesertGreatSaltLakeLAS VEGASBRYCE CANYON NATIONAL PARKGRAND CANYONNATIONAL PARKZionNational ParkJACKSONGrand Teton National ParkYELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARKCodyBILLINGSCrazy Horse MemorialMount RushmoreLittle Bighorn BattleeldNational MonumentRAPIDCITYDENVERArches National ParkMesa Verde National ParkMOABSALT LAKE CITYVailKAYENTAMonument Valley11111111122 Overnight staysDAY 8 BILLINGS - LITTLE BIGHORN - RAPID CITY (2 NIGHTS) Today begins with a visit to Little Big Horn, where Custer led his 263 men against several thousand Sioux and Cheyenne warriors. Then travel east through the Black Hills to Rapid City. (FB) Hotel: Radisson Rapid City (SF) DAY 9 BLACK HILLS EXCURSION Discover the natural and manmade wonders of the Black Hills with a drive through stunning scenery on your way to visit Mount Rushmore and the Crazy Horse Memorial, a mountain carving of the famed war chief of the Oglala people. Return to Rapid City this afternoon for some leisure time. (FB) DAY 10 RAPID CITY - DENVER Cross some of the West's most beautiful terrain today as you travel through the expansive grasslands of Wyoming on your way to Denver, the Mile High City. This evening, join your travelling companions for dinner. (FB D) Hotel: Grand Hyatt Denver (Deluxe) DAY 11 DENVER - VAIL - ARCHES NATIONAL PARK - MOAB Ascend into the Rockies and stretch your legs in Vail before descending to magnificent Arches National Park. Here, the wind and rain have eroded the sandstone into more than 2,000 natural arches. End your day's journey at your riverside lodge. Tonight is at your leisure - perhaps opt for taking in the sunset over the red cliffs and a western barbecue dinner right at your ranch-style lodge. Or if you're in the mood for more excitement, opt for a thrilling jetboat ride along the mighty Colorado, with a Cowboy Barbecue dinner all included as well. (FB) Hotel: Red Cliffs Lodge (F) DAY 12 MOAB - MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK - KAYENTA Between AD 600 and 1300, the Ancestral Puebloan people carved houses and entire cities out of the sandstone of the canyon walls at Mesa Verde National Park, now a UNESCO site. Explore some of the cliff-top buildings and look down at the massive Cliff House, the largest cliff dwelling in the world. Stay the night in the tiny Navajo town of Kayenta. (FB D) Hotel: Hampton Inn Kayenta (MF) DAY 13 KAYENTA - MONUMENT VALLEY - GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK F 5Marvel at Monument Valley's landscape of towering sandstone buttes in special open-air vehicles accompanied by a local guide. Visit the home of the Navajo people, stopping at historic Cameron Trading Post. Breathtaking views along Scenic Desert View Drive just hint at the most spectacular of all vistas - the vast panorama of the Grand Canyon unfolding before you. Meet with a local expert who will enlighten you about the more than two billion years of geology revealed in the canyon. Then gather with your fellow travellers to watch the sunset, the fading light gilding the canyon and casting enchanting shadows. Tonight, toast your grand adventure and your new life-long memories at a Farewell Dinner inside the park. (FB FD) Hotel: National Park Lodges (NP) DAY 14 GRAND CANYON - DEPART LAS VEGAS If you like, take an optional helicopter or fixed-wing aircraft flightseeing trip to see the canyon from the sky. Hit the road again, stopping in Seligman and Kingman, Route 66 hotspots that have kept the old Mother Road's culture alive. End your journey back in Las Vegas where a complimentary transfer is provided to Las Vegas International Airport or to the hotel in Las Vegas. (FB) Please do not schedule any flights before 6:30 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 Sun13 MaySat26 May 2075 715 Sun5 AugSat18 Aug 2025 730 Tue15 MayMon28 May 2075 715 Tue7 AugMon20 Aug 2025 730 Sun20 MaySat2 Jun 2075 715 Wed8 AugTue21 Aug 2025 730 Tue22 MayMon4 Jun 2075 715 Thu9 AugWed22 Aug 2025 730 Wed23 MayTue5 Jun 2075 715 Sun12 AugSat25 Aug 2025 730 Thu24 MayWed6 Jun 2075 715 Tue14 AugMon27 Aug 2025 730 Sun27 MaySat9 Jun 2075 715 Wed15 AugTue28 Aug 2025 730 Wed30 MayTue12 Jun 2075 715 Thu16 AugWed29 Aug 2025 730 Thu31 MayWed13 Jun 2075 715 Sun19 AugSat1 Sep 2025 730 Tue21 AugMon3 Sep 2025 730 Sun3 JunSat16 Jun 2075 730 Wed22 AugTue4 Sep 2025 730 Tue5 JunMon18 Jun 2075 730 Thu23 AugWed5 Sep 2025 730 Wed6 JunTue19 Jun 2075 730 Sun26 AugSat8 Sep 2025 730 Thu7 JunWed20 Jun 2075 730 Mon27 AugSun9 Sep 2025 730 Sun10 JunSat23 Jun 2075 730 Tue28 AugMon10 Sep 2025 730 Tue12 JunMon25 Jun 2075 730 Wed29 AugTue11 Sep 2025 730 Wed13 JunTue26 Jun 2075 730 Thu30 AugWed12 Sep 2025 730 Thu14 JunWed27 Jun 2075 730 Sun17 JunSat30 Jun 2075 730 Sun2 SepSat15 Sep 2075 730 Tue19 JunMon2 Jul 2075 730 Mon3 SepSun16 Sep 2075 730 Wed20 JunTue3 Jul 2075 730 Tue4 SepMon17 Sep 2075 730 Thu21 JunWed4 Jul 2075 730 Wed5 SepTue18 Sep 2075 730 Sun24 JunSat7 Jul 2075 730 Thu6 SepWed19 Sep 2075 730 Tue26 JunMon9 Jul 2075 730 Sun9 SepSat22 Sep 2075 730 Wed27 JunTue10 Jul 2075 730 Mon10 SepSun23 Sep 2075 730 Tue11 SepMon24 Sep 2075 730 Sun1 JulSat14 Jul 2025 730 Wed12 SepTue25 Sep 2075 730 Tue3 JulMon16 Jul 2025 730 Thu13 SepWed26 Sep 2075 730 Sun8 JulSat21 Jul 2025 730 Sun16 SepSat29 Sep 2075 730 Wed11 JulTue24 Jul 2025 730 Mon17 SepSun30 Sep 2075 730 Thu12 JulWed25 Jul 2025 730 Tue18 SepMon1 Oct 2075 730 Sun15 JulSat28 Jul 2025 730 Wed19 SepTue2 Oct 2075 730 Wed18 JulTue31 Jul 2025 730 Thu20 SepWed3 Oct 2075 730 Thu19 JulWed1 Aug 2025 730 Sun23 SepSat6 Oct 2075 730 Sun22 JulSat4 Aug 2025 730 Mon24 SepSun7 Oct 2075 730 Tue24 JulMon6 Aug 2025 730 Tue25 SepMon8 Oct 2075 730 Wed25 JulTue7 Aug 2025 730 Wed26 SepTue9 Oct 2075 730 Thu26 JulWed8 Aug 2025 730 Thu27 SepWed10 Oct 2075 730 Sun29 JulSat11 Aug 2025 730 Sun30 SepSat13 Oct 2075 730 8:4Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdBritonSet comprising 8.378, 8.376 and 8.378DDS double door strike. For use on double rebated doors up to 2500mm high and 1300mm wide per leaf. Tested and approved to EN 1125.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Mortice panic nightlatch. Suitable for single and double doors up to 1300mm wide. Handing is reversible. Anti-thrust device. Supplied with mortice nightlatch, uses Euro or Oval profile cylinders (supplied separately). Tested and approved to EN 1125.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Item No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.376/378/DDSPanic bolt set.EN 11252/1üItem No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.379-N ACTPanic nightlatch.EN 11251üüü