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72Edinburgh CastleDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to London. DAY 2 ARRIVE LONDON (2 NIGHTS) Welcome to London. Relax or spend time exploring this fascinating city. Hotel: Hilton Olympia (F)DAY 3 LONDON SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME See the famous sights including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace with your expert Local Guide. The afternoon is yours to continue exploring London on your own. (BB) DAY 4 LONDON - SALISBURY - STONEHENGE - BATH - BRISTOL E View Salisbury Cathedral, built in the Early English Gothic style, where an original copy of the Magna Carta is held. Visit Stonehenge, the pagan monoliths steeped in mystery, and one of the most famous sites in the world. Admire the graceful Regency terraces at Bath. Visit the Roman baths, from which the city derives its name. Tonight, enjoy a Welcome Pub Reception with a traditional pub meal. It's the ideal opportunity to get to know your fellow travelers and Travel Director. (CB WR) Hotel: Radisson Blu (SF) DAY 5 BRISTOL - CHESTER - LAKE DISTRICT Visit the Roman Walls at Chester. See the Tudor architecture and the galleried shops known as the 'Rows'. Enjoy spectacular scenery as you head north to the Lake District. (FB D) Hotel: Castle Green/Low Wood (F) DAY 6 LAKE DISTRICT - GRASMERE - GRETNA GREEN - EDINBURGH (2 NIGHTS) Admire the views across the Lake District. These scenes provided William Wordsworth with the inspiration to write the poem 'Daffodils'. You will visit the town of Grasmere to see St. Oswald's church where the poet is buried. Visit Gretna Green across the border, a town popular with eloping couples. Here the marriage ceremony was traditionally performed across a blacksmith's anvil. Cross the Scottish lowlands to the historic capital, Edinburgh, your home for the next two nights. (FB) Hotel: Holiday Inn (F) DAY 7 EDINBURGH SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Discover the elegance of the city with your expert Local Guide. See the Royal Mile in the Old Town. View Holyrood House and Arthur's Seat. Your guided visit to Edinburgh Castle is informative and engaging. Spend the afternoon exploring this fascinating city. In the evening, you might like to sample some traditional Scottish cuisine. (FB) DAY 8 EDINBURGH - JEDBURGH - YORK B Pause to view the ruins of Jedburgh Abbey in the Scottish borders. Traverse the dramatic landscape of Northumberland National Park on your journey to the Roman city of York. See York Minster and the famous Shambles. Tonight, enjoy a memorable Be My Guest farewell dinner experience. (FB BG) Hotel: Holiday Inn (F) SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. London See Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and much more on your half day sightseeing tour.. Salisbury View the Cathedral.. Stonehenge Visit the ancient stone circle.. Bath View the Georgian architecture and visit the Roman Baths.. Chester Visit the historic city, including the arcade of shops known as the 'Rows'.. Grasmere Visit the village where William Wordsworth lived.. Gretna Green Visit this historic destination, popular with eloping couples.. Edinburgh View the Royal Mile, Holyrood House and Arthur's seat. Visit Edinburgh Castle.. Jedburgh View the Abbey ruins.. York View York Minster and walk along the Shambles.. Coventry View the old and new cathedrals.. Stratford-upon-Avon Visit Shakespeare's Birthplace and Visitors Center and see Anne Hathaway's cottage.. 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 Dinner experience with a family in York.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. 2 buffet breakfasts and 1 continental breakfast in London. . Welcome Pub Reception in Bristol includes a Traditional British pub meal and Welcome Drinks. . 5 full breakfasts. . 1 three-course dinner. . Be My Guest dinner in York.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to pages 70-71.. A qualified Local Guide in Edinburgh.. London airport shuttle service available (conditions apply, see page 242).. L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your trip with a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location.Real Britain*8:18Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd400 Series TouchbarsTouchbars with three point locking. Suit doors up to 2420mm high. Pullman catches, either vertical or horizontal, and central deadlocking latch operation with anti-thrust. Patented lip to prevent jamming, and integral grip to pull doors closed. Certified for use on timber and steel fire doors. Available with built-in dogging device, alarm or microswitches on request.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished brass (PB), colour coated (COL).Touchbar with mortice nightlatch actuator. Supplied with lockcase. Patented lip to prevent jamming, and integral grip to pull doors closed. Certified for use on timber and steel fire doors. Available with alarm or microswitches on request.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished brass (PB), colour coated (COL).Item No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.420Panic latch for doors up to 900mm wide.EN 11251üüü8.421Panic latch for doors up to 1200mm wide.EN 11251üüüItem No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.404Panic bolt for doors up to 900mm wide. Vertical catches.EN 11253üü8.405Panic bolt for doors up to 1200mm wide. Vertical catches.EN 11253üü8.418Panic bolt for doors up to 900mm wide. 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