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84Radcliffe Camera and All Souls College, Oxford UniversityDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to London. DAY 2 ARRIVE LONDON (2 NIGHTS) Welcome to London! Spend the day as you wish relaxing or exploring the city. Hotel: Hilton Olympia (F)DAY 3 LONDON SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME See all the major city sights during your morning sightseeing tour. Later, you are free to explore and shop on your own in the center of London. (BB) DAY 4 LONDON - STONEHENGE - WINCHESTER - PORTSMOUTH E Visit the mysterious monoliths at Stonehenge in Wiltshire. Visit Winchester, famous for the college founded in 1382, and view Winchester Cathedral where Jane Austen is buried. This evening, meet your companions and Travel Director for a Welcome Pub Reception, which includes a typical British pub meal and drinks. (CB WR) Hotel: Marriott Portsmouth (SF) DAY 5 PORTSMOUTH - ISLE OF WIGHT - PLYMOUTH (2 NIGHTS) Drive through the heathland of the New Forest to the marina and take the ferry to the Isle of Wight. Visit Osborne House, Queen Victoria's summer house. Return to the mainland and drive to Plymouth for a two night stay. (FB D) Hotel: Jurys Inn/Copthorne Plymouth (F) DAY 6 CORNISH EXCURSION You might like to start your day with an optional cruise around the historic harbour. Later view the Mayflower steps, where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed for the New World and see the Royal Citadel overlooking Plymouth Sound on your orientation. See the charming Cornish peninsula and visit St. Ives, home to a thriving community of artists. View St. Michael's Mount near Penzance and enjoy a picturesque drive back to Plymouth. (FB) DAY 7 PLYMOUTH - GLASTONBURY - CHEDDAR - BRISTOL Visit the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey and see the legendary burial site of King Arthur. View the limestone cliffs at Cheddar Gorge in the Mendip Hills. Where you will have time to enjoy a relaxed lunch. Later, make your way to Bristol for an orientation of the city before checking into your hotel. (FB) Hotel: Radisson Blu (SF) DAY 8 BRISTOL - BATH - TINTERN - CARDIFF - LLANDRINDOD WELLS B Visit the ancient Roman Baths in the Georgian spa town of Bath. Cross the Severn Bridge and view the spectacular ruins at Tintern Abbey, which has provided inspiration for many poets and artists. Admire the scenery as you drive through the lush Wye Valley. In Cardiff, see the Millennium Stadium and visit the castle, the site of fortifications since Roman times. This evening, enjoy an extra special Be My Guest experience at a heritage Gothic mansion before dining at your hotel. (FB BG D) Hotel: Metropole (SF) DAY 9 LLANDRINDOD WELLS - LLANGOLLEN - CHESTER - MANCHESTER (2 NIGHTS) lCross the Horseshoe Pass to the charming town of Llangollen on the River Dee, home of the International Eisteddfod Music Festival. Your Travel Director shows you the 'Rows', the city walls and the Cathedral during your fascinating orientation of Chester. Arrive later in Manchester, a city SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. London Sightseeing tour. . Winchester View the Cathedral. . Stonehenge Visit the stone circle. . Isle of Wight Visit Osborne House, Queen Victoria's summer home. . Plymouth See the Mayflower Steps. . Cornish Excursion Visit the village of St. Ives and view St. Michael's Mount. . Glastonbury Visit the Abbey. . Cheddar View the gorge and the town famous for cheese. . Bristol Orientation of the city. . Bath Visit the Roman Baths. . Tintern View the Abbey in the picturesque surroundings. . Cardiff Visit the Castle and see the Millennium Stadium. . Chester Visit the historic city including the famous 'Shambles'. . Manchester Orientation and included visit to Old Trafford. . Caernarvon Visit the Castle. . Grasmere Visit the village where Wordsworth lived. . Gretna Green Hear tales of eloping couples! . Glasgow Admire the sights of this beautiful city. . Isle of Skye Visit the island of Bonnie Prince Charlie. . Culloden Visit the site of Scotland's most famous battle. . Loch Ness See the most famous Loch of them all. . St. Andrews Photograph the famous golf course. . Edinburgh Visit the imposing Castle. . Jedburgh View the Abbey ruins. . Hadrian's Wall View the fortifications. . Durham View the Norman Cathedral. . York See the Shambles and the Minster during your orientation walk. . Stratford-upon-Avon Visit Shakespeare's birthplace and see Anne Hathaway's cottage. . Bladon View Sir Winston Churchill's grave. . Oxford Visit one of the University's Colleges (when open).. 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 Visit a magnificent family home home in Llandrindod Wells for wine and canapés.. I Local Specialty Visit a whisky distillery for a tour and a tasting. . l Unique Insights Enjoy an included visit and tour of Old Trafford football stadium - home ground to Manchester United.DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Pub Reception in Portsmouth, which includes a Traditional British pub meal and Welcome Drinks. . 2 buffet breakfasts and 1 continental breakfast in London. . 14 full breakfasts. . 6 three-course dinners. . Local Highlight Dinner with wine in Glasgow. . Be My Guest experience in Llandrindod Wells. . Farewell Dinner with wine in Warwick.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to pages 70-71. . The services of a Trafalgar Local Host at your London hotel. . A qualified Local Guide in Edinburgh. . Tickets are included for the world-famous Tattoo during the Edinburgh Festival. . Ferry to the Isle of Wight. . For London airport shuttle service (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.The Britannia*SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA : DISCOVERY 71Colonia del Sacramento, UruguayNahuel Huapi Lake - Bariloche, ArgentinaDAY 1 ARRIVE BUENOS AIRES (5 NIGHTS) Bienvenidos a Buenos Aires! You will be met by a local representative and taken to your hotel, where your room will be available for immediate occupancy. Settle in at your luxurious hotel and take a relaxing siesta or hit the town on your own. Hotel: Sheraton Libertador Hotel (SF) DAY 2 BUENOS AIRES 5 EEnjoy a morning at leisure. Stroll the streets around the hotel, grab a tasty empanada and a cold Quilmes. From your hotel's vantage point in the heart of Argentina's sizzling capital, you are in the centre of all the action: renowned international designer boutiques, fine dining venues, museums, cultural pursuits, modern theatres and the famous Teatro Colon. Join your Travel Director and fellow travellers at 6 p.m. for a Welcome Reception at the hotel, followed by a presentation by a Local Expert on the passions and traditions of the Argentinean people - Malbec wine, tango, beef, football. (FB)DAY 3 BUENOS AIRES SIGHTSEEING & FREE TIME B I Embark on an in-depth tour of the passionate city where the tango was born. See the famous Plaza de Mayo, the pink Casa Rosada and other government buildings; world-renowned Teatro Colon where legendary stars Maria Callas, Pavarotti and Caruso have performed; the colourful neighbourhood of La Boca; San Telmo with its famed outdoor market; lovely Palermo, home to fashionable cafes and verdant parks. Visit the workshop of a master leather artisan and learn how Argentine leathers are turned into fine leather goods. Drive along the stately Avenida 9 de Julio, said to be the widest street in the world, to the elegant SIGHTSEEING HIGHLIGHTS. Buenos Aires Immerse yourself in the culture and passion of the "Paris of South America;" visit the Evita Museum and the famous Recoleta Cemetery; enjoy a lively tango show. . Colonia del Sacramento Stroll through this UNESCO World Heritage colonial city. . Bariloche Explore Nahuel Huapi National Park; take a chairlift to the top of Campanario Hill for spectacular views. . Andean Lake District Crossing Discover the "Switzerland of South America" by land and water as you cruise across the Andes upon three lakes. . Chiloe Island Patagonia Cruise to Chiloe Island and discover this island's distinctive charm; visit colonies of Magellan and Humboldt Penguins. . Puerto Varas Spend two nights in the "City of Roses", one of Chile's loveliest towns. . Santiago Explore this cosmopolitan capital; delight in a Chilean folklore show; visit a winery. . 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 Be the guest of a family in Buenos Aires as they take you into their home, show you how to make empanadas; discuss and sample with you wines from Argentina. . 5 Local Expert Discover the traits that make Argentina such a unique country during a private lecture; experience the wine-making process with a winemaker in Chile. . I Local Speciality Learn how to mix a perfect Brazilian Caipirinha; find out about Brazilian gemstones; visit a leather workshop in Buenos Aires; visit the Chocolate Museum in Bariloche. DINING HIGHLIGHTS. Welcome Reception with your Travel Director in Buenos Aires.. 11 full breakfasts.. 2 three-course or buffet dinners.. 4 Highlight Lunches in Colonia del Sacramento, Peulla, Chiloe Island and Maipo Valley.. Highlight Dinner with wine and tango show in Buenos Aires.. Be My Guest Dinner with wine in Buenos Aires.. Farewell Dinner with wine and folklore show in Santiago.FIRST CLASS HIGHLIGHTS. Includes all First Class features, refer to page 63. . A Trafalgar bonus - all intra-trip flights: Buenos Aires to Bariloche and Puerto Montt to Santiago de Chile, including porter service at all airports. . Qualified Local Guides in Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Chiloe Island, Puerto Varas and Santiago. . L Souvenir Photo Capture treasured memories of your tripwith a complimentary group photo taken at a landmark location.Argentina and Across the Andes to ChileEXTEND YOUR HOLIDAY3 DAYS IGUASSU FALLSPlease visit our website for more information.Private Door to Door Airport TransfersTrafalgar includes complimentary private UK airport transfers when you book flights with your trip. See page 215 for full details.9:24Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdKeypads & ReadersTouchlock compact digital access control system for single doors, with the electronics inside the keypad housing. 4 to 8-digit access codes, with up to 50 codes. Optional 20-digit lockout. 1-60 second door opening time. IPX7 rated, suitable for external use. Supplied with relay for volt free output. Stainless steel keypad. Finishes: stainless steel (SSS).Item No.Description H x W x D (mm)9.K75Digital keypad.143 x 75 x 169.K50Digital keypad.100 x 50 x 159.K38Digital keypad.78 x 38 x 12.5Cardlock compact card reader access control system for single doors, with the electronics inside the keypad housing. Up to 10,000 users per site. Cards are immediately valid after enrollment, low-cost and easy to use. Lost cards can be voided using a shadow card. Control over access by card colour. IPX7 rated, suitable for external use. 12V DC.One Starter Pack of cards should be purchased per site. The pack includes simple function cards and an Order Card allowing additional cards to be purchased for a site.Finishes: satin chrome (SCP).Item No.Description H x W x D (mm)9.CARDLOCKCard reader.89 x 34 x 349.Starter PackCards for use with 9.Cardlock. State colour and quantity required when ordering. (Pack size 10, 50 or 100).

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