So I'm in the last stages of the interview process, they're sending me an offer, and the job I'm at right now was remote. Because of this, I had booked a flight to Italy (return flight pending) because I could work remotely from there (boss at current company knows this, and it's common to do), now the new job is not remote.
I'm wondering how I can approach the subject? I was thinking of laying it out plain and simple when I get an offer and just saying I have a trip booked already, but that I'd be open to either having it be unpaid time off, or working remote from there (particularly since I've proven I can work remotely). Does that sound reasonable?