August 2006
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;8/4/2006, Issue 1832, p40
Trade Publication
The article presents information on various travel agencies who were asked to arrange a holiday to Eilat, the southernmost city of Israel. The travel agency Thomson Holidays, at 55 High Street, had a poor consultant who had no idea where to find Eilat and did not know how to use a brochure. The travel agency Going Places had a consultant who failed to find a brochure on Eilat.


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