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Rick Steves vs. Rail Europe(rail passes)

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I have gone back & forth with this for quite some time, & I've finally decided to purchase our 4 day rail passes from either Rail Europe or the Rick Steves site. After reading about the problems another poster encountered with Rail Europe, I was leaning toward purchasing through the Rick Steves site. Has anyone done this? If so, what was your experience, & how long did it take to receive the passes?

Thanks!

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