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New Business based on Rick Steves travels in Europe!

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Anyone remember Kramer's coffee table book about coffee tables? Well, I am thinking the time has come for a European travel business that studies Rick Steves travels through Europe from 1985-2010!

My tours would go to places Rick has recommended, eat at restaurants he has recommended (perhaps some are no gone?), witness people using his guide books, retrace his steps from the TV shows, lose our travelers checks to see what happens, visit distant relatives, etc.

We would focus on the classic Rick Steves destinations like Dingle, Civita de B, Burg Eltz, Beaune, Gimmewald, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, etc. Our tours would be small, about 6-12 people and we would eat picnics as we go. Thoughts???

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