RTC farewell tours

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The management and staff of Rail Travel Center (125 Main. St., Box 205, Putney, VT 05346; 800/458-5394, www.rail travelcenter.com) will be retiring in 2010. They are planning to fill their last two years with old favorites as well as some new tours.

I have been on several of their tours and have always been pleased. Indeed, their “Springtime in the Alps,” which I took 10 years ago, unquestionably remains the best tour I have ever been on. We stayed in three cities and made day trips using the Swiss rail card.

General Manager Carl Fowler guided most of the tours I went on. He had always done his homework and was very knowledgeable about where he took us.

Rail Travel Center has done a great job and I am sorry to see that Carl is retiring.

G.F. MUEDEN

New York, NY

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The management and staff of Rail Travel Center (125 Main. St., Box 205, Putney, VT 05346; 800/458-5394, www.rail travelcenter.com) will be retiring in 2010. They are planning to fill their last two years with old favorites as well as some new tours.

I have been on several of their tours and have always been pleased. Indeed, their “Springtime in the Alps,” which I took 10 years ago, unquestionably remains the best tour I have ever been on. We stayed in three cities and made day trips using the Swiss rail card.

General Manager Carl Fowler guided most of the tours I went on. He had always done his homework and was very knowledgeable about where he took us.

Rail Travel Center has done a great job and I am sorry to see that Carl is retiring.

G.F. MUEDEN

New York, NY