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Most of us Fodorites are fiercely independent travelers (including yours truly) who would never deign to use a travel agent/guru. For those of you who would do so, the latest Conde Nast Travel Magazine (December)includes their annual comprehensive list of 150 "gurus" with phone numbers(some toll free) and full detailed descriptions of each one's expertise.
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