I used one before and loved my agent. However, the agent I liked there moved on, and I'm looking for a new agent/agency.
It'd be nice if they were based out of Seattle, but it doesn't matter too much as long as they can work with me remotely (which they should be able do anyway).
If you're looking for help organising European travel, I'd be glad to help :)
I run an experiential travel company offering immersive experiences from cooking classes and language courses to yoga retreats and surf camps.
You can see what we offer here - www.everthoughtoftrying.com
Let me know if we can help!
If your itinerary isn't too complicated you could book your travel yourself through Expedia www.expedia.com - that's what I do. They have reviews of hotels, and you add hotel + flight + rental car (even shuttle pick up at airport if it's available). They also offer ideas for things to do & restaurants at your destination. Plus you get points for what ever you spend, to later use on future travel. I've been using Expedia for 10 years almost ...traveling any where from Los Angeles to Chicago to New York City. I've never been disappointed!
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Hi Dylan, you might be better off just booking things yourself. I own a small travel business and I am an agent, you can contact me at email@example.com. Based in San Francisco