Anna, alas, your last line is one that seems unheeded by millennials ... their research all too often is limited to what they can access via their smartphones... not realizing that many websites are promotional and don't give a full picture. Guidebooks that hope to have a longterm following must give the downsides as well as the high points, and help travelers to avoid disappointments. On one recent forum post, a new traveler complained "I did all the research possible but found there were Myths, such as: all Greek islands have the white 'cube' houses with blue shutters -- and I saw that wasn't so!!" She also complained about restaurants being empty at 6 pm (since Greek dining is typically around 9pm), about Greek bathrooms being small, and beds being firm, in small pensions, acting as if she'd been misled. Fact is, if she'd read even one guidebook, none of this would have surprised her. We need to emphasize for our children -- read REAL books sometimes, and you'll have happier trips, need fewer guided tours! And guess what?? Guides are widelyl available FREE, in libraries (another undiscovered resource, he he).