Las Vegas is still one of America’s most talked about holiday destinations.
With all the information about the whole world at your fingertips has forever changed how we travel.
No more searching for something on a globe or a map, just ask Google where that far-off destination or what you need to do in each city you find yourself in.
Google ranked travel-related searches with the highest spike in traffic over a long period in 2016 compared to 2015, and the results include the whole world. Here are looking for, together with a number of answers (just in case you’re wondering).
1. Where is Bali?
We are so glad that you asked. Bali in Indonesia, southeast of Jakarta, and almost north of Perth, Australia (although the two are approximately 1,600 km from each other). Flights from the US connect via Singapore, Manila, and hong Kong, among other hubs.
Now that you know where it is, here’s the Travel + Leisure travel guide for planning a trip to Bali, the ‘Island of the Gods”. The name of Bali is one of the top destinations for 2016.
2. What to do in las Vegas?
First of all, to pay tribute to Cher.
Please consider our many other highlights in our three-day weekend guide to Las Vegas.
3. What to do in San Francisco?
Check out the Tartine bakery, get your garlic at the Stinking Rose restaurant, and take advantage of the many free activities in the city.
And if you have some time, here is T+L guide for a three-day weekend in San Francisco.
4. Where is Corfu?
The island of Corfu in Greece, located off the coast of Albania, and should not be confused with “curfew.”
The beautiful island with its whitewashed houses, Greek temples, Venetian fortresses—has all the ingredients of a fantastic holiday.
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5. What to do in Orlando?
Orlando welcomed 66 million visitors in 2015, a report, not only for the destination but for the United States.
Get a T+L recommendations for this entertainment epicenter in our three-day weekend guide to Orlando.
6. Where is Bora Bora?
Bora Bora in French Polynesia in the south Pacific, is paradise. That is, it is paradise, or at least as close as anything on this planet. If you are looking for on a map, it’s one of those spots between Australia and South America, approximately 2500 miles south of Hawaii.
T+L the complete travel guide to Bora Bora has all the information you need about when to go, where to stay, and what you absolutely should not miss.
7. What to do in Miami?
Miami is a great city for art, regardless of whether you’re there for Art Basel. There is the Arts + Entertainment District, the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, Museum Park, and much more.
For more ideas view our travel guide for Miami.
8. How many ounces can you take on a plane?
Per TSA rules, liquids should be in “travel-sized” containers that are 3.4 ounces or less, and all those small items should be placed in a small bag that can be taken out of your carry-on luggage at security checkpoints.
This applies to both carry-on baggage, not checked baggage. If you want to check a bag, you can pack all the full-size hair products your heart desires.
9. What to do in Myrtle Beach?
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, has amazing beaches, live entertainment, and of course mermaids.
It is a top summer destination, but also makes for a great shoulder or off-season getaway (as long as a dip in the ocean was not on the must-dos).
10. Where is the Grand Canyon?
The Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, not far from the border of Utah.
The South Rim of the park is open all year round, but the North Rim, you must visit the Grand Canyon in the warmer months. For the following season, the North Rim opens on May 15, 2017, according to the National Park Service.
Anyone who is planning a road trip to the Grand Canyon to build in a time for the region’s other natural wonders, such as Bryce Canyon and Zion, both of which have a (relatively) short drive away in Utah.