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Voyages to Antiquity: Egypt, the Greek Islands and Turkey

Program Number: 21388RJ
Start and End Dates:
3/31/2014 - 4/19/2014;
Duration: 19 nights
Location: Greece/Egypt/Turkey
Price starting at: $5,995.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Adventure Afloat Study Cruise; Ocean Cruises
Meals: 52; 18 Breakfasts, 17 Lunches, 17 Dinners    
Meal Options: Gluten Free; Low Salt; Low Fat; Vegetarian    

Begin with an in-depth overland experience of Egypt, examining the most spectacular and significant archaeological sites with an Egyptologist. Then set sail to intriguing ports of call including Beirut, Limassol and enchanting Greek isles like Santorini and Delos. Complete your voyage with three days to learn about the treasures of Istanbul.




Activity Particulars

Walking up and downhill, up to two miles per day. Standing up to four hours per day, with breaks; uneven terrain and steep stairs without railings at historic sites.



Itinerary At-a-Glance

Cairo (Egypt), 3 nights; aboard Aegean Odyssey, 12 nights; Istanbul (Turkey), 3 nights.



Day 1:
Overnight flight from the U.S.A.


Days 2-4:
Arrival Cairo (Egypt):

Uncover some of the marvelous creations of the Ancient Egyptians: the Great Pyramids of Giza, the royal capital of Memphis and the necropolis at Sakkara. Lodging: Five-star hotel with pyramid views.



Days 5-6:
Coach to Alexandria / embark Aegean Odyssey:

An expert-led excursion in this city founded by Alexander the Great includes the new Library of Alexandria.



Days 7-9:
At Sea / Beirut (Lebanon):

Arrive in Beirut for an overnight port stay. Explore seaside Byblos, perhaps the world’s oldest continuously inhabited town. The next day, journey to Baalbek to examine colossal, well-preserved Roman ruins.



Day 10:
Limassol (Cyprus):

Discover the Greco-Roman city of Kourion, dramatically situated on the shores of Cyprus. Learn about the Knights Templar in medieval Limassol.



Day 11:
Antalya (Turkey):

Explore the ancient Greek city of Perga and the Roman trading town of Aspendos. Enjoy some time to walk the palm-shaded boulevards of lovely Antalya.



Day 12:
Rhodes (Greece):

Step ashore in Rhodes Old Town, built to suit the ideals of the medieval Knights Hospitaller. The Palace of the Grand Master still looms above the capital.



Day 13:
Santorini:

On this stunning volcanic isle, your expert-led excursion includes a visit to Oia, a village of whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches and tavernas carved into the cliffs.



Day 14:
Delos and Mykonos:

Find the temples and famous lions of Delos, the island considered the holiest of sanctuaries by the Ancient Greeks. Continue to cosmopolitan Mykonos for an afternoon stroll.



Days 15-16:
Izmir (Turkey) / At Sea:

Journey to Ephesus, one of the largest cities of the classical world. Here you find the Library of Celsus, the Temple of Hadrian and the newly excavated terrace houses.



Days 17-20:
Istanbul / disembark / departure:

Discover the architectural treasures of Istanbul, including the Hagia Sophia, the Topkapi Palace and the Blue Mosque. Explore the Spice Bazaar and Grand Bazaar and enjoy a private boat excursion on the Bosphorus. Lodging: Four-star hotel.



Aegean Odyssey

The Aegean Odyssey is a premium class ship especially rebuilt for cruising in the coastal waters and among the islands of the Mediterranean, visiting small, uncrowded harbors that large ocean liners can't reach. Public areas include Mediterranean-influenced restaurants, a library, Internet center, sweeping sun decks, outdoor pool, gym and spa.


Meals and Lodgings
   Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
  Cairo, Egypt 3 nights
   MV Aegean Odyssey
  MV Aegean Odyssey - At Sea, At Sea 4 nights
   Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
  MV Aegean Odyssey - At Sea, At Sea 1 night
   MV Aegean Odyssey
  MV Aegean Odyssey - At Sea, At Sea 7 nights
   Armada Hotel
  Istanbul, Turkey 3 nights
 Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
Type: Five-Star Hotel
  Description: Le Méridien Pyramids, nestled between the city and the wilderness, boasts unparalleled views of the Giza Pyramids. The hotel is surrounded by landscaped gardens, providing a respite of greenery amidst golden sands. With a peerless choice of restaurants and cuisines, a Royal Club floor, a magnificent swimming pool, and spa amenities, Le Méridien Pyramids is a luxurious stay, and conveniently located only twenty minutes from Cairo’s city center.
  Contact info: El Remaya Square - Pyramids
PO Box 25 Pyramids
Cairo,  12561 Egypt
phone: +20 2 33 77 70 70
web: www.starwoodhotels.com
  Room amenities: Each room has a television, telephone, safe, bidet, mini bar, radio/alarm clock, air conditioning, 24-hour room service, High Speed Internet access (for a fee) and a hair dryer.
  Facility amenities: The hotel offers restaurants, bars, a swimming pool with waterfalls, floodlit tennis courts, shopping arcade, beauty salon, 24-hour currency exchange, safe, laundry services and High Speed Internet access (for a fee).
  Smoking allowed: Yes
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior:  Please contact Road Scholar Travel Services if you would like assistance making hotel reservations for additional non-program nights. (800) 241-1404

 MV Aegean Odyssey
Type: Cruise Ship
  Description: The MV Aegean Odyssey offers boutique-style cruising at its best. In contrast to the massive vessels cruising to and from major ports, it is a midsized ship adapted for island and coastal cruising. The Aegean Odyssey can visit smaller, less crowded harbors and sail closer to the coast enabling you to really appreciate the magical views.
  Ship Information: Ship’s Tonnage: 11,563 Length: 461 feet Beam: 67 feet Draft: 20.5 feet Cruising Speed: 18 knots Passenger Decks: 7 Stabilizers: 2 Passenger Staterooms/Cabins: 198 Passengers – lower beds: 378 Classification: Lloyd’s Register Society London Ship’s Registration: Malta
  Contact info: Voyages to Antiquity
1800 SE 10th Avenue, Suite 230
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 USA
phone: 877-398-1460
web: www.voyagestoantiquity.com
  Room amenities: All cabins are equipped with a flat screen TV, air-conditioning, and personal safe. Particular importance is placed on the standard of bedding in cabins. Luxury bedding, including fine duvets, covers and sheets, ample soft pillows and quality towels can be expected. Also, shampoo, bath and shower gel, soap, and shower cap are provided. Your cabin steward is always available. Cabins and suites feature outlets with 220 voltage, using the “European” two round pin plug. Hair dryers are provided in your cabin and electric rollers, curling irons, electric shavers and other small appliances can be used in your cabin. For safety reasons, travel irons are not allowed.
  Facility amenities: Dining: MV Aegean Odyssey offers many dining facilities: The Marco Polo Restaurant is the ship's more formal restaurant, providing casual country-club elegance for lunch or dinner; The Terrace Cafe offers a combination of indoor and outdoor seating where you can indulge in breakfast, lunch and dinner from the grill or the sumptuous daily buffet. In the evenings, enjoy breathtaking views over dinner at Tapas on the Terrace. *There is a complimentary choice of wine, beer, or soft drinks with your evening meal. There will be a string trio, pianist and casual dancing before and after dinner. You may also wish to partake in afternoon tea, served in the Observation Lounge or enjoy an evening snack and cocktail, available in the Lido and Rendezvous bars. A limited room service menu is available. Special Diets: Please advise us at the time of booking of any special dietary requirements. The ship can usually meet most general requests such as those made with an air carrier; however, this cannot always be guaranteed. Services: Library; outdoor pool; spa; health center, saunas, massage and beauty treatment rooms and early morning yoga on the Lido Deck; elevators; Internet center (open 24 hours and a charge of $18 for 4 non-consecutive hours is applied, wireless available in reception area); beauty salon; medical center; laundry and pressing services (order form and laundry bag is provided in cabin); lecture theater and cinema and on board shop.
  Smoking allowed: Yes
  Elevators available: Yes

 Armada Hotel
Type: Four-Star Hotel
  Description: The 4-star Armada Hotel is located in the historic peninsula of Istanbul, with views of two of the great masterpieces of world architecture; the Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. The hotel offers modern comfort and convenience discreetly incorporated into the Turkish-inspired architecture, and period engravings throughout the hotel provide an insight into Istanbul's by-gone eras. The name of the Armada Hotel is a tribute to the memory of the renowned Ottoman Admiral Hayrettin Pasha Barbarossa. Located in the heart of the Old City, the hotel is within walking distance of museums, churches and other major attractions.
  Contact info: Ahirkapi Street 24
Sultanahmet
Istanbul,  34122 Turkey
phone: +90 212 455 44 55
web: www.armadahotel.com.tr
  Room amenities: Each room has a mini bar, hair dryer, bathrobes, telephone, LCD television, safe box, free wireless Internet, 24-hour room service and air conditioning.
  Facility amenities: The hotel offers two restaurants, a bar, lounge, meeting rooms, business center with computers and printers, library, free WIFI Internet access throughout the hotel, laundry service and air conditioning. The rooftop restaurants offer magnificent views of the area.
  Smoking allowed: Yes
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights after: N/A Please contact Road Scholar Travel Services if you would like assistance making hotel reservations for additional non-program nights. 1-800-241-1404
  Check out time: 12:00 PM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Cairo, Egypt. Meet at 6:00 PM in the hotel lobby. You will be staying at Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo that night.
  End of Program:
Istanbul, Turkey. The program will end after breakfast on the last day. You will be staying at Armada Hotel the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. The Voyages to Antiquity Guest Registration Form is required.
  Parking availability:
N/A
Transportation (For Independent Travelers)
To Start of Program
  Location:  Cairo
  Transportation to site: Take a taxi from the airport to the hotel; this will cost approximately $15-18 per car. If the taxi driver is not using a meter, make sure to determine the price of your journey before you get in. Alternatively, you may wish to pre arrange a car transfer through Road Scholar, this will cost $50USD per car (up to 3 guests). You may arrange this by calling 413-253-9736.
  From End of Program
  Location:  Istanbul
  Nearest city or town:  In town
  Nearest airport:  Atatürk International Airport
  Transportation from site: The Armada Hotel is located about 10 miles from the airport. Taxi ride from the hotel to the airport costs approximately 45 Turkish Liras (approx. $30USD) and takes approximately 30 minutes. The Armada Hotel also has an airport shuttle. Contact the hotel for more details.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Departures
(Monday, March 31)
   
 Evening: Depart US/Canada on international overnight flight.

Day 2: Welcome
(Tuesday, April 1)
   
 Morning: Arrival in Cairo's International Airport (CAI). Meet group outside of customs. Transfer to hotel.
 Afternoon: Settle in at the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner in the hotel dining room.
   
Accommodations: Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 3: Cairo, Egypt / Giza
(Wednesday, April 2)

Note: Heavy walking for one or more hours over uneven terrain, with multiple uphill segments.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room.
 Morning: We gather in the hotel lobby at 10:00 AM for a welcome orientation to the program.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: This morning you will travel by coach to visit the Pyramids in Giza. Although modern civilization has landed on the doorstep of this phenomenal site, it still remains an impressive affair. Dominating the site are the pyramid complexes of the kings of the 4th dynasty, Cheops, Chefren and Mycerinos, surrounded by the tombs of their families and courtiers. The pyramids of Giza are the only survivors of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
 Dinner: Dinner in the hotel dining room.
   
Accommodations: Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Cairo, Egypt / Sakkara
(Thursday, April 3)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room.
 Morning: Drive a short distance through the countryside to Memphis. Egypt's first capital is situated at the apex of the Nile delta. For thousands of years this huge, cosmopolitan city was the capital of the Old Kingdom (2650-2134BC). Continue a short drive from Memphis to Sakkara, a favorite necropolis of Old Kingdom pharaohs. View one of mankind's first monumental stone buildings, the Step Pyramid of King Zoser, built in 2750BC by the engineer Imhotep.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: Free time to relax and enjoy the hotel's wonderful amenities.
 Dinner: Dinner in the hotel dining room.
   
Accommodations: Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Alexandria, Egypt / embark MV Aegean Odyssey
(Friday, April 4)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room.
 Morning: Coach transfer to the ship in Alexandria.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: Embark the MV Aegean Odyssey in the late afternoon. Road Scholar orientation to the ship in the "Observation Lounge."
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Alexandria, Egypt
(Saturday, April 5)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: Explore Alexandria, the city founded by Alexander the Great including the Roman amphitheater at Kom al-Dikka, the Graeco-Roman Museum, the new library and Fort Qait Bey, a stronghold protecting the old harbor on the site of the ancient Pharos.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: Free time to relax on board or for independent exploration.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7: At sea
(Sunday, April 6)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: At sea. Take advantage of the ship's well stocked library that has a wide selection of volumes covering classical history, literature, art, architecture, and philosophy. The frequently updated collection also includes an extensive reference section as well as modern and classic novels.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: At sea. Treat yourself to one of many spa services offered by the ship.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Beirut, Lebanon / Byblos
(Monday, April 7)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: At sea. Relax in one of the ship's lounges and enjoy conversation with fellow travelers.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Byblos. It is held to be the world's oldest continuously inhabited town, beginning as a small fishing community 8,000 years ago. The ancient city enjoys a dramatic setting just outside Beirut.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Overnight in Beirut aboard the MV Aegean Odyssey. Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Beirut, Lebanon / Baalbek
(Tuesday, April 8)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: As you stand amid the colossal monuments of Baalbek, it is easy to understand why this mystical Phoenician city is the highlight of any visit to Lebanon. A full-day excursion takes you to the fertile Bekka Valley, the site of towering temples, among the largest ever built, their construction of 800-ton blocks of solid stone a wonder of engineering. UNESCO describes the World Heritage Site as "one of the finest examples of imperial Roman architecture at its apogee."
 Lunch: Savor lunch in Zahleh, a town famous for its riverside restaurants. A typical Lebanese mezze might include six to eight different dishes, including grilled meat, chicken, tabouleh and fresh fruit.
 Afternoon: Return to the Aegean Odyssey in Beirut.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: Le Méridien Pyramids Hotel - Cairo
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Limassol, Cyprus
(Wednesday, April 9)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: In the morning you will take a field trip to the Graeco-Roman city of Kourion and make a brief photo stop at the Kolosi Castle, a fine example of Crusader architecture. In Limassol's Old Town, see the medieval castle that was once a stronghold of Richard the Lionheart and the Knights Templar.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: Set sail for Antalya. Attend a talk by your Road Scholar Group Leader.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Antalya, Turkey
(Thursday, April 10)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: From Antalya, set off for the Hellenistic city of Perge and then visit the ancient Roman trading town of Aspendos with its magnificent aqueduct and beautifully preserved 2nd century AD Roman theater.
 Lunch: Lunch on board or explore local fare on your own.
 Afternoon: Enjoy free time among the palm-lined boulevards, beautiful Old Town and excellent shops of Antalya. Alternatively, you may wish to visit the superb Antalya Archaeological Museum.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Rhodes, Greece
(Friday, April 11)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: The morning will be spent exploring Rhodes Old Town and the Citadel of the Knights of St. John.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: Free afternoon to continue to explore Rhodes.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Santorini, Greece
(Saturday, April 12)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: One of the Aegean’s most spectacular sights, the cliffs of Santorini rise from a great half-moon caldera; all that is left of the formerly circular island once called Strongyle. In 1600BC, the Minoan settlement of Akrotiri prospered; an affluent society that farmed, built two-story homes and painted frescoes. This morning’s excursion includes a visit to Akrotiri and then a discovery drive around the island. A highlight is our visit to exquisite Oia, a village of whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches and tavernas carved in the cliffs. Wealthy sea captains built the pastel-colored mansions that now are home to cafes, boutiques and art galleries. From every direction the views are breathtaking.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: After lunch, wander the colorful streets of Fira. Enjoy a panoramic ride to port via cable car.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Sunset departure for Delos. Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14: Delos, Greece / Mykonos, Greece
(Sunday, April 13)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: Delos is one of the most interesting archaeological sites in Greece and was the paramount religious sanctuary of the ancient Greek world. This morning's excursion explores the island's temples, buildings and, of course, its famous lions.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: After lunch you will explore the nearby cosmopolitan island of Mykonos. Enjoy a guided walk with your Road Scholar Group Leader followed by free time.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 15: Izmir, Turkey
(Monday, April 14)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: Upon arrival in Izmir, we will transfer south to arrive at the ancient city of Ephesus, one of the largest and best preserved ancient cities in the world. The cosmopolitan city of Ephesus was, in its heyday, on par with Athens and Rome. We will also visit the newly excavated Terrace Houses in Ephesus, where the rich and the ruling class once lived in homes where they had running water and were decorated with wonderful works of art.
 Lunch: Road Scholar lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: We will visit the remains of the Basilica of St. John, a Byzantine church built in the 6th century by Emperor Justinian (527-65 AD) and dedicated to St. John the Evangelist. Before returning to the ship, we will also stop at the remains of the Temple of Artemis, once one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 16: At sea
(Tuesday, April 15)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast on board.
 Morning: At sea. Relax on board as the ship makes its way to Istanbul.
 Lunch: Lunch on board.
 Afternoon: At sea. Join friends on deck to trade travel stories, reflect on all you have experienced on this adventure, and make plans for your next destination.
 Dinner: Dinner on board.
 Evening: Attend a shipboard guest lecture.
   
Accommodations: MV Aegean Odyssey
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 17: Disembark / Istanbul, Turkey
(Wednesday, April 16)

Note: The excursions in Istanbul involve significant walking. As we will be visiting religious sites, please no shorts or sleeveless shirts. Ladies may be asked to cover their heads.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room.
 Morning: This morning we disembark the MV Aegean Odyssey and begin the day with an excursion in the city of Istanbul. Our excursion beings with the amazing church of Hagia Sophia, possibly the most important architectural monument in the city, standing gracefully since 537 AD. Field trip to the Hippodrome, the civic center of ancient Constantinople, where chariot races were run between the four teams of Blues, Greens, Whites and Reds. Then visit the 17th century Blue Mosque, world renowned for its exquisite Iznik tiles surrounding the interior of this wonderful mosque.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: Explore the beautiful Underground Cisterns, built by the illustrious Byzantine Emperor Justinian in 532 AD to store water underground. A visit to the award winning Archeology Museum will broaden your horizons as you will witness an outstanding collection of artifacts spanning across millennia including the magnificent Sarcophagus of Alexander the Great.
 Dinner: Dinner in the hotel dining room.
   
Accommodations: Armada Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 18: Istanbul, Turkey
(Thursday, April 17)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Explore the Topkapi Palace and the Harem. The Topkapi Palace was the seat of the Ottoman Sultans for 400 years and a great testimony to the wealth and power of the Ottoman Empire.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: In the afternoon visit the Chora Church/Kariye Museum to witness its exquisite mosaics and frescoes from the 14th century, a period of Byzantine reawakening in arts.
 Dinner: Explore local fare on your own.
   
Accommodations: Armada Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 19: Istanbul, Turkey
(Friday, April 18)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: We embark on a private cruise on the Bosphorus to explore the stunning palaces, mansions, and fortresses dotted along the Asian and European shores of this marvelous strait. Next, we visit the Rustem Pasha Mosque, built by the famous architect Sinan, a small but gem-like mosque demonstrating the most stunning examples of 16th century Iznik tiles.
 Lunch: Lunch at a local restaurant.
 Afternoon: On to the Spice Bazaar, where exotic aromas immediately capture its visitors. We then continue on to the Grand Bazaar to discover its maze-like streets and alleys boasting over 4,000 shops!
 Dinner: Farewell dinner at a local restaurant.
   
Accommodations: Armada Hotel
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 20: Departures
(Saturday, April 19)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast in the hotel dining room.
 Morning: Transfer to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport for departures.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast
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