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Starts CanadaEnds CanadaLand OnlySingle room supplement 30 Jun'12 - 18 Aug'12 Other departures C$1050 C$1220Triple room reductionC$70Early payment discount 12 months C$40010 months C$300 6 months C$2002nd trip discountSAVE up to C$216 p.p.Young traveler discountC$400Unused London AccommodationPrices are per person per night C$115D *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.Thu29 MarTue24 Apr4265Thu5 AprTue1 May4265Thu12 AprTue8 May4265Thu19 AprTue15 May4265Thu26 AprTue22 May4265Thu3 MayTue29 May4265Thu10 MayTue5 Jun4265Thu17 MayTue12 Jun4295Thu24 MayTue19 Jun4225Thu31 MayTue26 Jun4265Thu7 JunTue3 Jul4250Thu14 JunTue10 Jul4250Thu21 JunTue17 Jul4225#Sat30 JunTue24 Jul3899#Sat7 JulTue31 Jul3899#Sat14 JulTue7 Aug3899#Sat21 JulTue14 Aug3899#Sat28 JulTue21 Aug3899#Sat4 AugTue28 Aug3899#Sat11 AugTue4 Sep3899#Sat18 AugTue11 Sep3899Thu23 AugTue18 Sep4265Thu30 AugTue25 Sep4325Thu6 SepTue2 Oct4325Thu13 SepTue9 Oct4325Thu20 SepTue16 Oct432527 days from C$4225Reference: EEHRFRANCESWITZERLANDITALYGERMANYSPAINAUSTRIABELGIUMHOLLANDENGLANDLes LandesForestBordeauxVineyardsPyreneesMediterraneanSeaCôted'AzurAdriaticSeaEnglish ChannelBay ofBiscayNorth SeaNorthAtlanticOceanLONDONDOVERCALAISAMSTERDAMBOPPARDSTRASBOURGLAKE LUCERNEVADUZINNSBRUCKSALZBURGVIENNAVENICEROMEMONTECATINIPISAFLORENCEMONACONICEMADRIDBARCELONALOURDESBIARRITZBORDEAUXPARISBLOISVOLENDAMRhine Cruise1111222222222ST. GOARRHINELANDHEIDELBERG12 Overnight staysBasilica, Lourdes75PACE: COMFORTABLE . COUNTRIES VISITED: 11DAY 11 VIENNA SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Your expert Local Guide shows you the sights of Vienna, including the Opera House, Hofburg, Parliament and Imperial Boulevards. Spend free time exploring or perhaps take an excursion to the vast Schönbrunn Palace. (BB) DAY 12 VIENNA - VENICE (2 NIGHTS) Continue south via Klagenfurt to the Austrian Riviera. Cross the Italian border, the Alps and the Veneto plains to the Byzantine city of Venice. (BB D) Hotel: Park Hotel Villa Fiorita (Monastier) (MF) DAY 13 VENICE ORIENTATION AND FREE TIME Marvel at the sights as you cruise to St. Mark's Square by private launch. Enjoy a demonstration of Murano glass-blowing, with time later to shop and explore. (BB D) DAY 14 VENICE - ROME (2 NIGHTS) Cross the Veneto, traverse the dramatic Apennine Mountains and continue south to the ancient city of Rome. (BB) Hotel: Aran Park (F) DAY 15 ROME SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Visit St. Peter's Basilica with your expert Local Guide and view the Forum and Colosseum in ancient Rome. In your free time, consider a tour of the Sistine Chapel! (BB) DAY 16 ROME - FLORENCE - MONTECATINI Explore Renaissance Florence, with time to shop for high quality leather and gold. Dine tonight at your hotel in Montecatini. (BB D) Hotel: Tuscany Inn (F) DAY 17 MONTECATINI - PISA - MONACO - NICE (2 NIGHTS) View the Leaning Tower of Pisa in the Square of Miracles. Follow the coast to Monaco and continue to Nice on the glamorous French Riviera. (BB) Hotel: Apogia (ST) DAY 18 NICE ORIENTATION AND FREE TIME Admire the Promenade des Anglais and Place Masséna. Spend free time exploring, relaxing or perhaps swim in the Mediterranean Sea! (BB) DAY 19 NICE - BARCELONA (2 NIGHTS) Your splendid journey continues along the coast, through the Camargue and across the Pyrenées to Barcelona. (BB D) Hotel: Husa Via Barcelona (F) DAY 20 BARCELONA SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME In Barcelona, your expert Local Guide shows you the sights including the Ramblas and the Paseo de Gracia. Afterwards, discover the delights of the city at your own pace. (BB) DAY 21 BARCELONA - MADRID (2 NIGHTS) Drive through the sprawling vineyards of Catalonia and the arid hills of Aragon to the Spanish capital, Madrid. (BB) Hotel: Sunotel Amaral (MF) DAY 22 MADRID SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME View Puerta del Sol and Plaza de Espãna during your sightseeing tour with your expert Local Guide. Later, consider an excursion to Toledo. (BB) DAY 23 MADRID - LOURDES Cross into France and visit Lourdes, home of St. Bernadette, to see the basilica above the grotto. (BB D) Hotel: Best Western Christina (ST) DAY 24 LOURDES - BORDEAUX Spend the morning relaxing or exploring. Later, drive via the charming resort of Biarritz to Bordeaux, where you dine tonight. (BB D) Hotel: Ibis Bordeaux Centre Meriadeck (ST) DAY 25 BORDEAUX - PARIS (2 NIGHTS) Travel to the Loire Valley and view the Château de Blois, where Joan of Arc was blessed before battle with the English. Arrive later in the glittering capital, Paris. (BB) Hotel: Mercure Porte De Pantin (ST) DAY 26 PARIS SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME Admire the sights of Paris with your knowledgeable Local Guide, including the Champs Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral. Spend free time seeing more of this fascinating city or enjoy and optional guided visit to the world famous Louvre Museum. Tonight, why not experience a famous cabaret show? (BB) DAY 27 PARIS - CANADA DSay goodbye to your companions at the end of an amazing vacation. Transfer to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport provided. Conditions apply. (BB)Visit for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.12. Anti-Ligature FurnitureContentsTurns and Escutcheons.......................................................................................3Pull Handles........................................................................................................8Knobs and Turns...............................................................................................11Lever Handles...................................................................................................13Miscellaneous....................................................................................................15© 2011 Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdRef: BC11

Great Barrier ReefTasmanSeaGulf ofCarpentariaPacificOceanCoral SeaBass StraitAUSTRALIANEWZEALANDMELBOURNESYDNEYCAIRNSFRANZ JOSEFAUCKLANDCHRISTCHURCHQUEENSTOWNROTORUAMilford SoundArthur's PassGreatBarrierReef Cruise32211123TranzAlpine Rail1 Overnight staysAUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND : DISCOVERIESDuration: 17 DaysPace: Leisurely/Comfortable8317 Days from £3825 per person twin share Ref: QCANA Price per PersonPrice per PersonStarts AucklandEnds SydneyTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStarts AucklandEnds SydneyTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionThis itinerary includes an Aboriginal Cultural Experience.This itinerary includes Maori Cultural Experiences.Triple room reduction4 Nov 11 - 23 Mar 126 Apr 12 - 20 Apr 12 £130 £1354 May 12 - 21 Sep 125 Oct 12 - 22 Mar 13£130£135Early Payment Discount12 months£380 10 months£285 6 months£190 2nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £200 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£380All prices are per person, twin share.? Surcharge applies to Sydney hotel 29 December 2012 (QCANA & ACANA).6 Please note these departures will spend 2 nights in Auckland and 1 night in Rotorua. Inclusions are the same but will occur on different days.For Trafalgar's other great savings and extra night accommodation please see pages 18-19 and 214.Air: Airfares are not included in the prices above. Price requires the following intra-air sectors to be purchased separately: Rotorua-Christchurch, Christchurch-Melbourne , Melbourne-Cairns, Cairns-Sydney. Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available to us on the day that you book. See page 19 for details.8 Day Australian Option8 Days from £1685 - Reference: ACANAThis itinerary can be purchased as an 8 day tour starting on Day 10 in Melbourne and finishing on Day 17 in Sydney. Ask your Travel Agent for full details.Triple room reduction£65Early Payment Discount12 months£17010 months£1256 months£852nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £90 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£170Price per Person*Price per Person*Departures BetweenTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionDepartures BetweenTwin ShareSingle Supp. Option13Nov11-25Mar1216855751Apr12 -31Mar1317755852011Fri20 JulSun5 Aug384012506Fri4 NovSun20 Nov38251285Fri31 AugSun16 Sep384012506Fri2 NovSun18 Dec38251285Fri7 SepSun23 Sep384012506Fri9 DecSun25 Dec38251285Fri21 SepSun7 Oct384012506Fri16 DecSun1 Jan38251285Fri5 OctSun21 Oct402513256Fri23 DecSun8 Jan38251285Fri19 OctSun4 Nov402513256Fri30 DecSun15 Jan38251285Fri2 OctSun18 Nov402513252012Fri30 NovSun16 Dec402513256Fri6 JanSun22 Jan38251285Fri7 DecSun23 Dec402513256Fri13 JanSun29 Jan38251285?Fri14 DecSun30 Dec402513256Fri20 JanSun5 Feb38251285Fri21 DecSun6 Jan402513256Fri3 FebSun19 Feb38251285Fri28 DecSun13 Jan402513256Fri10 FebSun26 Feb3825128520136Fri17 FebSun4 Mar38251285Fri4 JanSun20 Jan402513256Fri24 FebSun11 Mar38251285Fri11 JanSun27 Jan402513256Fri2 FebSun18 Mar38251285Fri18 JanSun3 Feb402513256Fri9 MarSun25 Mar38251285Fri1 JanSun17 Feb402513256Fri16 MarSun1 Apr38251285Fri8 FebSun24 Feb402513256Fri23 MarSun8 Apr38251285Fri15 FebSun3 Mar40251325Fri6 AprSun22 Apr38951295Fri22 FebSun10 Mar40251325Fri20 AprSun6 May38951295Fri1 FebSun17 Mar40251325Fri4 MaySun20 May38401250Fri8 MarSun24 Mar40251325Fri1 MaySun17 Jun38401250Fri15 MarSun31 Mar40251325Fri22 JunSun8 Jul38401250Fri22 MarSun7 Apr40251325DAY 9 MOUNT COOK - CHRISTCHURCH B You may wish to take an optional scenic flight over Mt. Cook (weather permitting). Later in the day continue on to see Lakes Pukaki and Tekapo, where you stop to view the Church of the Good Shepherd. Join us for a visit to Morelea Farm, where you are welcomed into the home of your hosts Angie and Stan to enjoy a Be My Guest lunch in their 240 hectare garden. Travel over the colourful Canterbury Plains to Darfield. (BB BG D) Hotel: Terrace Downs Resort, Darfield (Deluxe) DAY 10 CHRISTCHURCH - MELBOURNE (2 NIGHTS) D This morning you will board your flight to Melbourne, Australia. The remainder of the day is at leisure. (BB) Hotel: Crowne Plaza (MD) DAY 11 MELBOURNE SIGHTSEEING & AT LEISURE See the Royal Botanic Gardens, Queen Victoria Market, Parliament House and much more on a sightseeing tour. Afterwards enjoy time at leisure to perhaps explore further or relax back at the hotel. (BB) DAY 12 MELBOURNE - CAIRNS (2 NIGHTS) D Board your flight to Cairns. On arrival visit Rainforestation Nature Park for lunch. Experience indigenous culture and Australian native wildlife in a World Heritage listed rainforest setting. Visit the Wildlife Park to see Australian animals including kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles. (BB L) Hotel: Hilton Hotel (Deluxe) DAY 13 GREAT BARRIER REEF F Board a high speed catamaran and cruise out to the Great Barrier Reef. See coral and tropical fish from the underwater observatory and semi-submersible craft. There is the opportunity to go snorkelling and view this natural living wonder up close (equipment provided). Enjoy a Highlight Lunch then return to Cairns in the late afternoon. (BB HL) DAY 14 CAIRNS - SYDNEY (3 NIGHTS) D It's a late morning flight to Sydney, where you'll spend the afternoon and evening at leisure. (BB) Hotel: Four Points by Sheraton (SF) DAY 15 SYDNEY SIGHTSEEING & AT LEISURE B This morning enjoy a guided tour of the Sydney Opera House and a cruise on Sydney Harbour. Board your coach to see the Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs. Macquarie's Chair, Watson's Bay and the Gap. Our destination is famous Bondi Beach for an iconic Australian experience. You'll be greeted by a local surf lifesaver before a Be My Guest lunch at an Aussie institution, the Returned Servicemen's Club, with its amazing views over the Pacific Ocean. Your host will take you on an exclusive tour through Australia's oldest surf lifesaving club to learn about the history of Bondi and surf lifesaving. When you return to the city you will have the opportunity to discover Australia's national gemstone - the opal. (BB BG) DAY 16 SYDNEY AT LEISURE F A full day at leisure in the harbour city. Gather together this evening for a Farewell Dinner with your Travel Director and new-found friends. (BB FD) DAY 17 DEPART SYDNEY Time to bid farewell as we transfer you to Sydney Airport for your flight home. (BB)Visit for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.E Welcome Drink F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) N Local Wine with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialityBB = Buffet Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner 12:2Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdTechnical NotesThe new range of Anti Ligature door handles, fittings and accessories from Beaver is specifically designed to help minimise the risk of the tragedy of suicide by those who may be temporarily distressed, irrational or emotionally disturbed.For this reason the range is ideal for use in detention centres, hospitals, prisons, immigration centres and care centres where the safety and welfare of residents is a concern.The sympathetic functionality of the range makes it ideal where effective and reliable control or restraint of residents may be required in extreme situations, whilst clothing or limbs are also far less likely to be accidentally trapped or damaged, further limiting unnecessary pain and distress.Stylish good looksThe Anti Ligature range is virtually maintenance free yet avoids the traditional institutionalised look of some fittings. It combines exceptional standards of functionality and performance with a host of aesthetically pleasing design features. For example, soft, rounded shapes and finely machined and finished surfaces make the range extremely pleasing to the eye. This means it will instantly appeal to architects, specifiers and interior designers as well as local authority and private care home managers where harmonious surroundings and lifestyle needs are of paramount importance.Materials and constructionThe range is manufactured in a choice of aluminium, brass or stainless steel and finished in silver or textured epoxy powder coat. This not only inhibits the effects of corrosion and pollution, it ensures that the range will retain its stylish good looks and fitness for purpose for years.For additional peace of mind for staff and safety of residents, anti tamper fixings, bolts and tools are utilised, while concealed fittings limit and discourage unauthorised use.All dimensions, weights etc given in this catalogue are approximate.These products are manufactured and designed using maximum care. However, we cannot guarantee that there are no circumstances in which self harm is possible.Anti-ligature products are supplied with appropriate security screws and fasteners.