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I know. I like drinking a glass of wine and looking it over

Posted by
4104 posts

But I like sitting back in my chair, perusing the catalogue flipping from page to page, turning down a corner here and there...

Posted by
239 posts

I totally agree. There's nothing like holding that catalog in your hand. I keep it out all year and pick it up to peruse it time and again with a cup of coffee. I find it easier to compare the different tours when they are in hand and very difficult to resist signing up.

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Pat, our catalogs live in a basket beside my chair. I couldn't count the number of times in a year that I pick the most recent one up to dream, or verify something, or just enjoy it. And yes, we keep old ones as well, although a few years ago I did purge them... and regretted it later.

Posted by
2992 posts

So much of our lives have gone virtual, I hardly notice anymore.
I do love looking at the photos and dreaming. I'm pretty sure I can do that with a PDF.

Posted by
858 posts

I'm fine with the online version, didn't really want the printed version, but you could always print it at home, or even have it printed and bound at a printer.

Posted by
635 posts

For what it's worth, assuming things get back to normal next year, we expect to have a printed catalog for the 2022 tour year. Thanks for bearing with us as we navigate a tough year.

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239 posts

Jane, I feel your pain. I did the same.

Posted by
991 posts

Thanks Webmaster! (For all you do...)
I love having a tour catalogue in my hand as well, but this year has cost Rick Steves Tours so much money that I am happy to let him/them save a little money by not printing and mailing a physical catalogue.
And I still have last year's should the need arise...
;-)