Present Travel by Design
“Dayaways” and “Mini Vacations”
“If you’ve got a hobby we’ve got a tour”
This is a revised work in progress with constant additions!!! The Next Travel Club
Meeting is Wednesday, December 4 @ 10 am in the Satellite Beach Pelican Park Clubhouse
Located at 1495 A1A. Travel Club Meetings now feature information about past and future destinations.
For those interested the Meeting will be followed by lunch at the new Frigate’s Waterfront
Bar and Grill Restaurant and their fantastic overview of the Eau Gallie River .
The Travel Desk is open Mondays from 11am to noon Freedom 7 Cocoa Beach Country Club.
Travel Club benefit: Free door to door airport and cruise port transportation with individual
non-group vacations or cruises of 7 days or longer booked through the club!
(Groups usually choose one location for transfers)
Free travel consulting by CTC (Certified Travel Counselor) And Cruise, Tour and Vacation
Discounts available to club members! Transportation is by Van or Motorcoach according to group size!
Groups of 10 to 12 can order their own pick up spot or even their own Van tour departure.
Handicapped and Impaired Travelers are welcome aboard!
Congratulations! Today is your day.
Friday, November 15th The Center for Great Apes in Wauchula Florida
The Sanctuary Habitats In the midst of the tropical forest surroundings, the chimpanzees and orangutans each live and play in one of the twelve large three-story high domed enclosures. The largest of these outdoor living areas are from 50- to 80-feet long and 34-feet tall. The habitats provide plenty of running room, climbing space and height for swinging through their environment. All outdoor ape habitats have a variety of climbing structures and swinging vines as well as numerous toys, tubs, culverts, and enrichment devices. Additionally, there are three other enclosures for quarantining new arrivals and a special ape habitat for our handicapped and geriatric apes. Members $80 Guests $85 includes Transportation and Entrance Donation Leave Walmart Viera Murphy’s Gas Station 8am and Cocoa Publix at Subway 8:20am with an approximate 8pm return
Pre-Holiday Shopping Trip and an option to lunch at the quaint and scenic Lavendar and Lace Tea House
Crafts, Unique Gifts, Trader Joes and an Orlando Outlet Mall on the Return-For unique stuff in a great setting and two more gift and craft shops at the luncheon tea room
The Barn Antiques
In 1969, Ednamay Wales' dream of opening an antique shop became a reality in the form of a small, tin roofed building located on the edge of a horse pasture in rural Polk County, Florida. Today, The Barn Antiques has expanded into much larger quarters and involves all of the Wales family. Frequent trips abroad and extensive local buying allow us to personally examine and select each beautiful antique we offer at The Barn. Now in our fifth decade, we have grown into one of Florida's most popular destinations for quality antiques: armoires, sideboards, tables, chairs, beds, dressers, and more - pine, primitives, stained glass, cut glass, and art pottery. We are very proud of our vibrant family business and warmly invite you to come out and share in The Barn Experience
The Stable in the Stable, every nook and cranny is always filled with a lovely array of designer wreaths, flower arrangements, swags, and baskets. Avid shoppers are pleasantly overwhelmed by our wide range of items both quaint and sophisticated, including brass, prints, lamps, potpourri, and many other lovely accessories for your home. The Stable's "SEASONS" building changes with the holidays, FALL, HALLOWEEN, THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS, SPRING, and EASTER. All are celebrated with many special and unique decorations and themed items.
The Back-Yard Garden Shop- The Back Yard offers a wide selection of garden and lawn accessories in the latest styles, ranging from stepping stones all the way up to twelve-foot trellises and handsome lawn furniture. Come to shop or just to relax under our lush canopies of Confederate Jasmine, as the sound of trickling water mixes with the light tinkle of wind chimes to sweep your stresses away. From topiaries to sprinklers, from fountains to garden architecture, the Back Yard is sure to either help you find just the right improvement for your lawn or garden, or to inspire you to start on one of your own. As you walk from shop to shop, be sure to swing by the dock to feed the Blue Gills, Sunshine Bass, and Shellcrackers in Florida's picturesque Green Swamp.
The Tea House has a full luncheon including a light Chicken Curry dish and many other superb choices with two gift shops of their own
Members $50 Guests $55 includes Transportation Leave Suntree 8:30am SB 8:45a and CB 9:15am with a return around 7:30pm.
Saturday November 23 Dade City Pioneer Exhibit and Country Roads
There will be a point on this trip on hilly roads where you might ask “Am I still in Florida”? Optional Lunch stop at Stephs Authentic Soul Food Kitchen with choice of Oxtail, Chicken Dumplings, Smoked Ribs, Collard Green, Okra, Spanish Casserole, Cabbage, or Sweet Potato Souffle and many other choices!
The Trilby Train Depot and a 1913 H.K. Porter #3 Steam Engine
Lacoochee One Room School House and Enterprise Methodist Church built in 1905
1860's John Overstreet House
Vegetable garden, washboard laundry
C.C. Smith General Store
Mabel Jordan Barn - Tractors, Wagons & Buggies
Blanton Citrus Packing Plant
NEW- Blacksmith Shop and Woodworking Shop
Live entertainment throughout the day, great food, traditional craft demonstrations, museum village open with docents in period attire. Bring your lawn chairs, grab your spot for the reenactment, lunch from the concession stand, enjoy music from the 7 lbs. of Bacon Mess Band prior to the battle. More information posted soon. Raid on the Salt Works 2:00 p.m. Saturday
It’s November 1864, the anaconda grip of the US Military is choking the life out of the Confederacy. Lee is bottled up in Richmond and Petersburg along with the Florida Brigade, including remnants of the 2nd, 5th and 8th Florida. Atlanta fell back in July and Sherman is now marching unchecked through Georgia, burning everything in his army’s path. The tattered remnants of the Confederacy’s Army of Tennessee, including the dwindling ranks of the 4th, 6th and 7th Florida, are on one final and fateful march north, about to be sacrificed at the breastworks outside Franklin and Nashville.
On the Gulf Coast of Florida Union raids are becoming more frequent and ferocious. Ever since the fall of Vicksburg in July of 1863, Confederate armies are now cut off from supply routes across the Mississippi. They are increasingly more dependent on the goods Florida produces like cattle, turpentine, citrus and salt. Salt was the lifeblood of any mid-19th Century army. It was one of the only ways to preserve food and was also used in curing leather. In New Orleans, at the beginning of the war, a 200-pound sack of salt cost 50 cents. By 1862, it was up to $25. A Confederate private made $11 per month. A salt works operation near Saint Joseph’s Bay, near present-day Panama City was capable of producing 150 bushels of salt per day but that operation was discovered and destroyed in 1862.
The Pioneer Florida Museum & Village’s 2019 Living History and battle reenactment follows the opening moments of various operations by the US Navy, Marines and infantry companies from many of the newly-formed United States Colored Troops (USCT) regiments against salt works operations between Cedar Key and Tampa Bay.
The way most raids would transpire was Union troops would show up, chase off the salt workers and perhaps some militia or Home Guards, then proceed to wreck the operation. In the museum’s 2019 scenario, lead elements from some the aforementioned units clash with salt workers and a handful of armed guards, chasing them through a nearby rail station, a patch of corn stalks and off the field. As the Union troops are wrecking the salt works operation, a hastily assembled group of Confederate units that might have included dismounted elements of the 2nd and 5th Florida Cavalry as well as members of the 1st Florida Reserve, Home Guards and state militia, rallies to the scene. The Confederates drive off the Union vanguard and re-take the salt works but no sooner are they repairing the salt works operation than Union artillery opens up. Full companies step into line and a pitched battle ensues as each side rushes any available units to the area. In our 2019 presentation Raid on the Salt Works, the confrontation becomes more about pride than about salt. Weary of hit-and-run tactics, the Union soldiers want to stand toe-to-toe with their Confederate counterparts and take their measure. With the walls of their new nation collapsing around them, the desperate Confederates fight ever more fanatically. Who will prevail in this test of wills?
Members $65 Guests $70 includes entrances, transportation and tour
Leave Suntree Red Ginger 8am Satellite Beach Schechter Center 8:20am Return 7:30-8PM
Thursday, November 28th Thanksgiving Day Buffet at the Mission Inn Resort and tour of the Villages Complex Members $105 Guests $110 includes Transportation, Taxes, Gratuities and Tour of the Villages and Buffet featuring 7 Stations of the most creative culinary treats in a setting reminiscent of a Spanish Mission. The new section at the Villages is “Brownwood Paddock Square” based on our Florida Cracker History. The Villages has been for a few years the fastest growing city in the Country. They have also doubled since 2010. The Polo Grounds are modeled after the scene in My Fair Lady at the Ascot Races. This trip has scenery, history and Amazing food with no dishes to clean up. Leave Suntree 9am, SB 9:15am and CB 9:45am
Saturday, November 30
Lake Wales Nature Preserve and Train Depot History Museum
Atop Florida’s largest “ancient island,” we protect plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth
Tiger Creek Preserve is a place of mystery and contrasts. It sits on the eastern edge of the Lake Wales Ridge, one of Florida’s “ancient islands.” Separated from the mainland long ago by a shallow sea, the Ridge is peninsular Florida’s oldest and highest landmass. Fast forward to the present day, this ancient separation is the reason why the preserve has one of the highest concentrations of threatened and endangered plants and animals in the country. Some exist nowhere else on Earth.
Named after the pristine blackwater stream that forms its spine, the preserve contains hardwood swamps, hammocks, scrubby flatwoods, pine flatwoods, sandhill and longleaf pine/wiregrass habitat. It’s a land that must be burned in order to survive, and one where some animals literally swim through ancient white sands.
WHY TNC SELECTED THIS SITE
Tiger Creek Preserve is a critical link in a network of preserves designed to protect what is left of the Lakes Wales Ridge ecosystem. The oldest physical feature of peninsular Florida, the Ridge is a national hotspot of biological diversity and Tiger Creek Preserve is home to fascinating species. The preserve’s sandy soil also serves a critical role in water recharge.
Tiger Creek is home to two high-quality, seepage blackwater streams including Patrick Creek. A seepage stream gets its water from the surrounding uplands; the blackwater comes from the leaching of tannins from falling vegetation. Only two or three such streams with an intact hardwood floodplain exist in Florida.
Lunch is at the Cherry Pocket Steak & Seafood Shak Fish Camp on the Lake (not included in the price)
The Lake Wales History Museum will give you the inside track on this area’s history and heritage through exhibits set inside a building built by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad in 1928.
Train Depot Museum
Originally a train depot, the Lake Wales History Museum features exhibits beginning with the foundation of Lake Wales in 1911 as well as the formation of the city, industry, places of interest and developments in the 19th century that led to the settlement of the area.
Members $55 Guests $60
Leave Red Ginger 8:30am SB 8:45am and CB 9:15am with an early evening return
Holiday Time at Amelia Island and the Southern Living Idea House
With a Bonus Drive through St Augustine Nights of Lights
Saturday December 7th
This trip where the past meets the present is charming so you can now take advantage of the longer days to see more of this special destination. The first stop will be Fernandina Beach on Amelia Island which is home to Victorian Architecture in the historic town of 8 flags. Picturesque shops and buildings line the streets and the seashores. Two of the restaurant choices directly overlooks the Shrimp Docks of the Amelia River. Within Crane Island’s 185 acres of maritime forest preserve, the Idea House sits on the marshy banks of the Intracoastal Waterway. The white, Victorian-style beach house encourages indoor/outdoor living, with 1,400 square feet of porch space in the front and back. The home’s distinct Southern design mixes Lowcountry style with historic Fernandina Beach architecture. We’ll be creating a signature Southern Living Crane Island Lantern with Carolina Lanterns (which readers will be able to purchase!). An interior color palette influenced by the natural setting weaves throughout the house, creating a calming, cozy retreat for coastal getaways. Once the Idea House is completed, readers will be able to buy the house plan and build a Southern beach house of their own. Amelia Island Fernandina Beach includes a collection of Victorian Homes and Bed and Breakfasts in a quaint and colorful atmosphere. We will also make a picture stop at the Boneyard Petrified Beach and Amelia Island Plantation. Subject to Availability we will return to the Mayport Naval Air Station section of Jacksonville by Ferry Boat.
Members $79 Guests $85 including entrance fees, sightseeing, tour guide, and transportation
Leave Walmart Viera Murphy’s Gas Station at 8am returning about 9pm.
Mount Dora Howey Mansion and Nights of Lights Tuesday December 10
Donnelly House in Mount Dora
After almost 10 years of complete abandonment, The Howey Mansion is starting a new chapter in its history. We invite you to explore the grounds and home in a 1-hour fully guided historic tour. Tours include bedrooms and servant areas and photographs are welcome! Then Mount Dora has one of the most Spectacular light displays anywhere at sunset! Rate $65 members $70 Guests including tours, guide and transportation
8am Return around 8:30pm
December 13- High Tea at the Grand Floridian and Christmas Decorations *Sold Out*- High Tea at Disney’s Grand Floridian and Holiday Decorations. The Award-winning Grand Floridian property is reminiscent of the Henry Flagler Gilded Age Era and is Disney’s top-rated hotel. The lobby at Christmas time usually has a giant gingerbread house, miniature railroad exhibits and a hundred-foot decorated tree in an ornate two-story area. The garden is adorned in Poinsettias creating a blanket of color over the manicured gardens and topiaries. We will visit to view Holiday Decorations including the Pacific Northwest Splendor of the Disney Wilderness Lodge with running stream in Lobby flowing to outdoor waterfall and Tour of Disney’s town of Celebration. Celebration is a new town designed in the old style with Victorian and Mount Vernon style architecture, front stoops or porches, picket fences and an old-fashioned cobble stone street town center. The Stained Glass Windows and Nativity Exhibit at Mary Queen of the Universe in Lake Buena Vista has a museum of Christianity, a gift shop with olive wood products, a meditation garden, an outdoor candle memorial and the History of the Bible in large Magnificent Stained Glass Windows. members $95 Guests $100 Leave Suntree Red Ginger 8:15am Satellite Beach Schechter Center 8:30am and Cocoa Beach Country Club 9am Return 8pm
*Limited Availability*` Christmas Spectacular
Drama, Show, History, Costumes, Decorations, and Holiday Songs at the Huge Baptist Church in Orlando on December 14th.
See the Double Living Tree, and feel the spirit of the season. A bonus stop will made to see the Mall of the Millennia Lit up and decorated to the max for viewing and lunch on own at PF Changs, Brio Tuscan Grill, The Cheesecake Factory, or one of the best food courts with multiple choices. We have booked seats to see the annual spectacular Christmas Musical Extravaganza in Orlando at 2pm on Saturday, 14 December. This two part show is like a combination of modern versus ancient celebrations of the Holiday. It’s has the size and spirit of a Radio City Christmas production with the Historic content of a Biblical Reenactment come to life.
Prior to the show you can shop and have a Dutch treat lunch at the famous Millennia Mall (which has a Food Court, Cheesecake Factory, P. F. Chang, Italian Brio, etc.) We expect to return about 6pm. Leave Suntree Red Ginger 9:45am Satellite Beach Schechter Center 10am Cocoa Beach Country Club 10:30am
Saturday, December 21 St. Augustine with Nights of Lights at Sunset
"The world is a book, and those who do not travel, read only a page." Saint Augustine (354-386)
After our late morning arrival in the center of Historic Saint Augustine, our nation’s oldest city, we will stop at the welcome center which unravels the progression of Florida’s history with a timeline of the city and here you can pick up a map of the town to follow along with during the tour. Next, we will visit Flagler’s White Marble Crypt at the church he built in a year housing high ceiling as in European Cathedrals and the largest pipe organ in the Southeast. After lunch, Step inside and step back in time! A tour of the Old Town and the Tiffany Windows and the Lightner Museum will help us to re-live the history of this beautiful city. The Lightner Museum is called the collection of collections. See shrunken heads, Victorian furniture, a Mummy, Marble Carvings and a fabulous Music Room. Our driving city tour also includes a visit and samples from the Saint Sebastian Winery optional stop for those interested in it or extra shopping time. We will have time to stroll the Downtown area with its’ more than 80 shops along cobbled lanes shaded by moss-draped oaks. Scattered throughout blocks of historic landmarks, you may discover eclectic offerings from specialty gifts such as handmade candles, woven goods and wood crafts, to clothing and more. Includes: Transportation aboard Van, taxes, admissions, Florida Greeters tour director, Lightner Museum entrance fees & sightseeing tour! Tour includes: Transportation, Guided Sightseeing Tour, Winery, Flagler’s Church and Museums. All prices and itinerary are subject to change based upon availability! One of The Top 10 Holiday Light Displays in the World! National Geographic Members $70 Guests $75 Leave Walmart Viera 8:30am and Cocoa 9am and return around 10pm
December 25th Bok Tower and Christmas Day Décor at the Pinewood Estate
Today we will take the guided tour of the grounds to learn about the gardening! “Only an innate pessimist could go out in the vicinity of Lake Wales, see the beautiful scenery, groves, lakes and not acknowledge that Lake Wales is the best, a good place to live in and a good place to go to heaven from” Anyone who has made a pilgrimage to the soaring symmetry of Bok Tower does not doubt the accuracy of that statement. Named for its’ builder, Ladies Home Journal editor and Pulitzer Prize winner Edward W. Bok, the tower is 205 feet of coquina stone and pink Georgia marble, a Gothic-inspired spire with a frieze of Florida wildlife crowned by corner finials of eagles and pinnacles of herons, with a massive yellow brass repousse door depicting the story of creation from Genesis. Inside are carved the words of Bok’s Dutch grandmother, “Make you the world a bit better and beautiful because you have lived in it.” Bok’s creation personifies that philosophy. He transformed a 300-foot mini-mountain (highest point of land in peninsula Florida) into a 130-acre sanctuary, utilizing the genius of the dean of American Landscape Architects Fredrick Law Olmstead, whose other credits along with his Father include the White House, Central Park and the Biltmore estate. For his Florida miracle, he imported tons of soil as base for a thousand imported oaks, 20,000 ferns, and azaleas, 300 magnolias and a hundred palms, two of which were planted by President Coolidge at the dedication in 1929. Everywhere there are exotic plants, orchids and jasmine and bauhinia, framing quiet corners for relaxation and meditation, for comprehending the words of naturalist John Burroughs prominently posted near the entrance: “I come here to find myself. It’s so easy to get lost in the world.” Explore Pinewood Estate’s beautiful gardens and 20 room Mediterranean-style mansion built in the early 1930s. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is considered one of the finest examples of Mediterranean-style architecture in Florida.
Members $60 Guests $65 Entrances to Bok Tower and the Pinewood Estate, Guide and Transportation Leave Suntree 8am SB 8:15am and CB 8:45am returning in the late afternoon.
12/27th Lion Country Safari & Yesteryear Village in West Palm Beach
Florida’s only drive-through safari and walk-through amusement park invites you to spend the day on safari with over 1000 animals. With animal displays and encounters, animal feeding experiences, 5 rides, water sprayground, food, shopping and more, you are sure to have a memorable experience at Lion Country Safari.
Yesteryear Village has Over 30 historic and restored buildings — completely furnished in a unique Florida village setting circa 1895-1945.
An extensive collection of props including automobiles and vintage fire engines; village and lake settings; working farm and animals, and hundreds of volunteer re-enactors in period costumes, make Yesteryear Village experience Palm Beach County's most unique location!
Leave Suntree Red Ginger 8am Satellite Beach Schechter Center 8:30am with a 7 to 7:30pm return Members $75 Guests $80 includes admissions, transportation and area tour
Saturday, December 28 -ICE! ™ featuring The Christmas Story and Cirque Dreams Acrobatic Show plus the town of Celebration!
Disney Springs is a collection of quaint shops and decorations and our lunch stop on today’s trip.
Members $65 Guests $70 includes transportation and entrances. This tour includes ornate ice sculptures in a festive holiday setting in a sub-freezing temperature that requires the facility to furnish you with a parka such as worn in Antarctica. The beautifully designed Gaylord Palms Resort known for its huge glass enclosed replica of three Florida Ecosystems. Key West, St. Augustine and the Everglades are effectively replicated. You are inside but feel outside. The magnificent decorations boost your holiday spirits. The Biblical Stained-Glass Windows re tell the stories of the Bible from the beginning onward in a Majestic setting along with a detailed Nativity Scene. Leave Suntree 8:30a SB 8:45a and CB 9:15a returning around 8pm.
® theme for 2019 is Polar Express. Journey through more than TWO MILLION pounds of hand-carved ice sculptures and two-story-tall ice slides. Delight in a celebration of cultures featuring holiday scenes, and travel to the North Pole to see Santa and his elves. Stop by the Frostbite Factory where you’ll see our artisans from Harbin, China carving ice LIVE.
· Five ice slides, plus interactive Christmas displays and photo opportunities
· The Frostbite Factory — a live carving zone showcasing our artisans
December 31-January 1 New Years Eve Roaring 20’s Theme Party at the Show Palace Dinner Theater
Day1- "and as we travel along scenic country roads, you can be sure that you’ll see plenty of picturesque sights along the way. The journey is often just as spectacular as the destination!"
Mini-coaches are equipped with comfortable seats, air conditioning and large windows for enjoying the view. With the flexibility to go anywhere a car can, we’re able to take the scenic route – winding through beautiful countryside to the heart of tiny villages and coastal towns.
The town of Brooksville along the way is an example of a an old Southern town with large overhanging trees and Murals depicting Old Fashioned Historic Scenes. Their Courthouse has Roman Greco Columns and a large Copper Top typical of Southern Architecture.
Day 2- Dine overlooking the Sponge and Shrimp docks or from any of the many cafes on the marketplace which are reminiscent of those found on Ermou Street in Athens. For those with a flair for cooking or eating we will make a stop at Halki Market which features International Imported foods and those famous Greek Cheeses. Costas Restaurant serves a fish dish which covers the entire plate. Ride on a sponge diving boat ride from the docks to learn about the Greek Fishing community and witness a sponge dive with good photo opportunities. Next we drive past St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church on Pinellas Avenue, the Bayou which is the scene from the annual epiphany after browsing the quaint and colorful shops
Leave Suntree Red Ginger 8:45am Satellite Beach Schecther Center 9:05am Cocoa Beach Country Club 9:30am
$225 per person double occupancy or $275 Single Occupancy includes : Accommodations, Transportation, Weeki Wachi Mermaid Show and park features, Tarpon Springs Greek Area, Breakfast, plus Dinner and Roaring Twenties New Year’s Party! Deposit $50 per person Balance Due December 4. Cancellation Penalties 50% Non Refundable after Final Payment December 4th.
All times are approximate and there are no refunds for unused portions.
Gasparilla Pirate Fest Weekender, January 24 – 26, 2020
More than a Pirate Fest, a Pirate Theme Mardi Gras on a similar scale! TENS of THOUSANDS participate http://gasparillapiratefest.com/photo_gallery.shtml
Friday evening Pirate Party at Gaspar’s Grotto! (Dinner cost not included.) LIVE MUSIC – this is PIRATE CENTRAL! Saturday morning stroll the Bayfront area to watch the ships & boats come in! Saturday afternoon it’s the famous Gasparilla Pirate Parade! INCLUDES VIP SEATING! Room to move around, private port-o-lets, concessions & celebrities nearby. Hang out at other party areas & STILL be guaranteed parade seats at 2:00 pm. Parade lasted hours last year & we bagged TONS of beads! Saturday evening more partying!
After check-out, Sunday afternoon Jazz Fest!
Two nights in the La Quinta hotel just seven miles from Tampa Bay! (Only six rooms available.) Round trip transportation provided from Brevard and transit to / from the Gasparilla Pirate Fest area. Vehicle is a large Ford Transit 15 passenger van with an aisle, operated by Dayaway Travel / Florida Greeters. You may imbibe on this vehicle! (BYOB).
First pick-up TBA (to be announced): Leave Wal-Mart Viera Murphy Gas Station Parking (I-95 exit 191 west). Second pick-up TBA: Stop at Plant City for the top-rated Strawberry Shake in the Country according to the Food Network!
March 14-André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra
– (limited availability) a musical phenomenon and one of the biggest solo male touring artists in the world! People cross States and even Countries to attend these events which are also known for watching Audience participants Waltz in the aisles. Our Center Seats are in Section 110 Row 9 which is about 10 rows lower than when we went in 2017. Members $175 per person Guests $180
Leave Suntree Red Ginger 3:45pm Satellite Beach Schector Center 4pm and Cocoa Beach Country Club 4:30pm return 11 to 11:30pm. Dinner on own at Millennia Mall has a choice of Brio Tuscan, PF Chang, California Kitchen, Cheesecake Factory or a well assorted group of choices in the food court.
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