Move a preposition from the end

I was given an article, and the last sentence ends with a preposition. I am trying to think of how best to move the "from" which is currently the last word.

Any suggestions?

At this time of year, many people are looking forward to summer vacation. Perhaps one should first think, what he is really trying to take vacation from.
Lev SeltzerAsked:
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Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Perhaps one should first think, from what he is really trying to take a vacation.

Move the preposition to its proper place, make the verb a noun...
Jason C. LevineNo oneCommented:
Alternately, rephrase it as a question:

Perhaps one should first think, from what is he really trying to take a vacation?

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Lev SeltzerAuthor Commented:
Perfect. Thank you.
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