Moleskine Monday: More on City Notebooks

In a comment to my recent post about Moleskine City Notebooks, someone asked for more photos of what’s inside. Here’s a few, plus a shot of my collection:

 

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3 Responses to “Moleskine Monday: More on City Notebooks”

  1. I think their city books should be generic blank notebooks with no labeled tabs or sections. Then they could have maps you could insert depending on where you were going. Maps could then be updated as needed. People could have a travel book or customize as they see fit. Most people cant or wont travel the world enough to need that many books. This seems like it would reach more travelers in general. Also, why dont they make regular issue hard and soft covers that size?

  2. […] Notebook Stories: A Blog About Notebooks, Journals, Moleskines, Blank Books, Sketchbooks, Diaries an… In a comment to my recent post about Moleskine City Notebooks, someone asked for more photos of what’s inside. Here’s a few, plus a shot of my collection: […]

  3. […] very expensive to produce in the first place, let alone trying to update transit maps as needed. But I love them nonetheless.) There are 3 different-colored ribbon markers, and a section with useful travel info. This part is […]

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