Travel Channel gives you the scoop on what's in and what's out.
<strong>In ' Unplugging</strong><br>Enjoy life and live in the moment instead of toting around your hand-held device or laptop. Unplug and immerse yourself in a new culture and destination. Siberia, here we come!<br><br><strong>Out ' Internet Access/Wi-Fi</strong><br>Don't be a geek. Checking Facebook, Foursquare and tweeting on your Smartphone is so old-school. Travel isn't an anti-social hobby.
<strong>In ' Pat-down</strong><br>Underwear bombing is all the rage, which means we all get a free grope on the way to Grandma's house. What's that? You don't want the TSA creeper touching you? Step into the body scanner to the right, also known as the free peep show starring you.<br><br><strong>Out ' Shoe scan</strong><br>Who hides explosives in shoes anymore?
<strong>In ' Harry Potter</strong><br>Screaming into Orlando like Harry on the back of Buckbeak the hippogriff, Universal has launched its most exciting theme park in years, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.<br><br><strong>Out ' Disney's MGM</strong><br>Unfortunately, MGM is showing its age.
<strong>In ' Ground Zero Memorial</strong><br>The New Year will be big for New York when the memorial at Ground Zero opens to the public on Sept. 11, 2011.<br><br><strong>Out ' Sleeping on Matresses</strong><br>With the increase in bedbug infestations in NYC, where can tourists sleep without fear? Travelers can prepare in advance by checking hotel reviews online, using luggage liners, looking behind headboards and keeping luggage or clothes off the floor.
<strong>In ' England</strong><br>Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton have made England a hot destination after setting a date for their wedding day, on April 29, 2011.<br><br><strong>Out ' Sweden</strong><br>Sorry, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden, marrying your fitness trainer in 2010 is so, well, 2010.
<strong>In ' Vanuatu</strong><br>With 83 islands featuring roaring waterfalls, tropical beaches and remote villages, Vanuatu is bursting with eco-friendly excursions.<br><br><strong>Out ' Riviera Maya</strong><br>Only 20 years ago, you could sneak into the remote, dusty Mayan ruin and crash next door in a $5-a-night beach hut. Not anymore. Cancun has officially jumped the shark.
<strong>In ' Dance</strong><br>Everyone's a dancer, even Bristol Palin! Visit Argentina for traditional tango lessons or go on a themed cruise, where dance competitions are increasingly popular.<br><br><strong>Out ' Wine</strong><br>Dissing Merlot while singing the praises of Pinot Noir on a California wine tour is so 2004.
<strong>In ' Bike-sharing</strong><br>Bike-sharing really took off in Paris in 2007 with 20,000 bicycles distributed across 1,450 stations. Since then, networks have launched in Portland, OR, Washington, DC, and Montreal, Canada.<br><br><strong>Out ' Segway</strong><br>The Segway is out after the company's owner was killed when he accidentally drove one off a cliff last year.
<strong>In ' Alaska</strong><br>The Palins were all over TV in 2010. Bristol made the top 3 on Dancing with the Stars, and Sarah Palin's Alaska was a hit, too.<br><br><strong>Out ' Hawaii</strong><br>Meanwhile, the November elections were not kind to the Democrats. Sorry, Hawaii.
<strong>In ' Fakecation</strong><br>If you can work from home, why not work from Egypt instead? Any exotic location will do. Worldwide Wi-Fi and mobile coverage is expanding exponentially each year, and with Skype, there's no reason to pay for long-distance calls.<br><br><strong>Out ' Staycation</strong><br>You no longer have an excuse to stay at home when you can travel the world without ever using a vacation day.