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Why All the IITTMBB Itineraries?

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Is it just me, or are we seeing a huge increase in the number of ridiculous, impossible, clueless proposed itineraries? I've been a regular on Fodor's since 1995 and I don't remember ever seeing SO many of these threads asking for critiques, or "Am I Crazy?".
(Yes, you are.)

It's not just "doing" 13 European countries in 4 days, it's the US too. "Any recommendations for a company to take me on a "day trip" to Bryce and Zion from Las Vegas? I want comfortable transportation."

Why? Any theories?

With the world economy being what it is right now, I just can't believe there are this many first time travelers with such misconceptions.

I'm happy to help with the knowledge and experience I have - Italy, western US and Canada, but it seems there are so many people posting who haven't even looked at a map. Geez.

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