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96Traditional Irish Thatched CottageBallyferriter Bay on the Dingle PeninsulaDAY 1 DEPART CANADA DOvernight flight to Dublin. DAY 2 DUBLIN (2 NIGHTS) E Welcome to Dublin and the Emerald Isle. Relax after your journey and meet in the early evening for a city sightseeing tour with an expert Local Guide. You will enjoy views of St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Guinness Brewery, Trinity College and Phoenix Park. You will then enjoy a Welcome Pub Reception with your fellow travelers and Travel Director. (WR) Hotel: Trinity Capital (F) DAY 3 DUBLIN SIGHTSEEING AND FREE TIME I This morning enjoy a guided walking tour of the Dublin National Botanical Gardens which were founded in 1795. The purpose of these beautiful gardens is to explore, understand, conserve, and share the importance of plants. You will have the rest of the day free to use your included 'hop-on hop-off' city sightseeing ticket to explore the city. This evening, why not consider an optional excursion to an Irish Cabaret for some Irish humour and entertainment? (BB) DAY 4 DUBLIN - ROCK OF CASHEL - KILLARNEY (4 NIGHTS Leave the capital city and drive through scenic countryside to visit the spectacular Rock of Cashel. This is reputed to be the site of the conversion of the King of Munster by St. Patrick in the 5th century. Its rich heritage is reflected in the picturesque complex of fortified town houses, a medieval monastery and a Georgian Cathedral. It also has one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture to be found anywhere in Europe. A trip to Ireland would not be complete without a visit to Blarney Castle to kiss the Blarney Stone which will give you the gift of the gab! Arrive later in Killarney, where you dine tonight at your hotel. (BB D) Hotel: Killarney Plaza (MD) Sightseeing Highlights*. Dublin View Trinity College, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Phoenix Park on your sightseeing tour. Visit the Dublin Botanical Gardens for a walking tour. Included 'hop-on hop-off' sightseeing ticket.. Rock of Cashel Visit this spectacular monastic site.. Blarney Castle Kiss the Blarney Stone and acquire the gift of the gab!. Killarney See the beautiful lakes.. Ring of Kerry See Killorglin, Cahirciveen, Waterville and Moll's Gap.. Dingle Peninsula See splendid countryside at Europe's most westerly spot.. Adare View this quaint village with thatched cottages.. Killaloe Stop on the banks of Lough Derg for a cooking demonstration.. Kildare Visit St Brigid's Church.. 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 Early evening supper at an Irish family farmhouse with drinks.. I Local Specialty Visit the Dublin Botanical Gardens for a walking tour.. I Local Specialty Enjoy a cooking demonstration including homemade Irish Guiness Stew and soda bread.Dining Highlights. Welcome Pub Reception in Dublin, which includes Traditional Irish Fare and Welcome Drinks. . 7 full breakfasts.. 1 three-course dinner.. Be My Guest supper at a family farmhouse.. 1 lunch including an Irish Guinness Stew and Soda Bread Cooking Demonstration.. Farewell Dinner with wine in Dublin.First Class Highlights. Includes all First Class features, refer to pages 70-71.. A qualified Local Guide in Dublin.. Airport transfers are provided on Day 2 and Day 9 (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.Scenic IrelandO13:4Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdFire SignsFireescapekeepclear13.FEKCFire EscapeKeep ClearEmergency escape sign, conforming to BS5499. 200 x 200mm. Rigid plastic, self-adhesive vinyl, or drilled & countersunk.13.92-19Push Bar To OpenEmergency escape sign, conforming to BS5499. 600 x 100mm. Rigid plastic, self-adhesive vinyl, or drilled & countersunk. For use on final exit doors positioned above a horizontal panic bar.????Push bar to open200200200600200450200200100600

YellowSeaDaningRiverChinaYangtze RiverYangtze RiverLesserGorgesThreeGorgesAreaPoyangeLake The Great Wall CHONGQINGNanjingSHANGHAIWuhanFengduHuangshanBEIJING6-NightYangtze River Cruise32Yichang1 Overnight stays CHINA : DISCOVERY Duration: 13 DaysPace: Leisurely97U13 Days from £1879 per person twin share Ref: CYE Price per PersonPrice per PersonStarts BeijingEnds ShanghaiTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStarts BeijingEnds ShanghaiTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionThu5 AprTue17 Apr20791059Thu12 JulSun22 Jul18791059Thu19 AprTue1 May20791059Thu9 AugSun19 Aug18791059Thu3 MayTue15 May20791059Thu17 MayTue29 May20791059Thu6 SepSun16 Sep20791059Thu20 SepSun30 Sep20791059Thu14 JunTue26 Jun18791059Thu18 OctTue30 Oct20791059All above prices are per person, based on two people sharing a twin room/stateroom.Triple room reduction On application2nd Trip Discount £85 Family & Friends Discount (5-8) £85Frequent Traveller Discount £60Young Traveller Discount (4-12) £85Pay in Full Discount: pay in full at the time booking on or before November 30, 2011 and save £260 per couple (£130 per person). Early Booking Discount: reserve and pay your deposit on or beforeDecember 31, 2011 and save £120 per couple (£60 per person).For details on Trafalgar's great savings and discounts, please see pages 18-19. International airfare between your United Kingdom gateway and the trip is additional; please call Trafalgar for special airfares originating in the United Kingdom. Yangtze River Cruise Suite UpgradeExecutive SuiteDeluxe SuiteShangri-La SuiteTwin-share supplement, per person£589£1099£1369Single supplement, per person£2228£3268£3788Triple reduction, per personOn applicationOn applicationOn applicationFor details on the Victoria Sophia, staterooms and deck plans, please visit our website.Land & Intra-Air Prices include economy air and air-related charges for the flight Beijing - Chongqing and are accurate as of February 15, 2011. For up-to-date information, please visit www.TrafalgarTours.co.ukFor information on additional hotel night(s) before and/or after your holiday, please see page 214. For optional extensions available for purchase in conjunction with this holiday, please visit our website.Marvel at the incredible Shanghai AcrobatsDAY 8 CRUISING THE YANGTZE RIVER Disembark in the provincial capital of Wuhan at the confluence of the Yangtze and the Han rivers. Discover the wonders of the Hubei Provincial Museum which houses national treasures such as the famed Sword of Goujian and a set of 2,400-year-old bronze chime bells adorned with ancient Chinese characters. (BB L D) DAY 9 CRUISING THE YANGTZE RIVER Disembark for a full-day excursion to scenic Huangshan Mountain, home to misty peaks, rushing waterfalls, limestone towers and majestic pine forests. The foothills below Huangshan feature picturesque traditional villages with flooded rice paddies nestled in the shadow of Huangshan Mountain's towering peaks. The mountain itself is dotted with ancient twisted pines and strange rock formations and shrouded in thick romantic mists. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is truly one of the most beautiful and memorable places in China. (BB L D)DAY 10 NANJING - SHANGHAI F Disembark your ship this morning in Nanjing where you visit the splendid mausoleum of Sun Yat-sen, as well as the ornate Temple of Confucius and its traditional bazaar on the banks of the Qinhuai River. Back on board, celebrate your journey on the world's third-longest river at the Captain's Farewell Dinner. (BB L FD) Note: Depending on river conditions, an alternate tour to Mt. Jiuhua may be substituted. DAY 11 SHANGHAI SIGHTSEEING (2 NIGHTS)Bid farewell to your ship this morning and spend the day exploring one of the most exciting cities in the world. Begin in the former international settlement of the Bund on the banks of the Huangpu River. Tuck into a traditional dim sum Highlight Lunch at a local restaurant. And rise above it all for a panoramic view of the city in the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the tallest building in Asia, where you will visit the Shanghai Municipal History Museum. This evening, celebrate your travels with a performance by the renowned Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe. Upon arrival, relish a sumptuous buffet dinner at your world-class hotel. (BB L D) Hotel: Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai (Deluxe) DAY 12 SHANGHAI - ZHUJIAGIOToday escape from the hustle of the metropolitan city to the calm retreat of one of Shanghai's most beautiful suburbs. Also known as "Pearl Stream," Zhujiajiao is a lovely "water town," whose ancient and varied bridges criss-cross streams and canals overhung with willows dipping their branches in the cool water. 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