We freely admit to being suckers for lists of "best this" or "best that" in regard to almost anything connected with travel.
Here's a list courtesy of USA Today, based on an intriguing survey by a U.K. luxury travel company, Kuoni, that generated a list of the "most beautiful" sights in the world by counting the number of times the word "beautiful" was used in over 450,000 Trip Advisor reviews.
This interesting methodology apparently explains why the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas are on the list and, for example, the Grand Canyon is not.
Maybe you'll be as intrigued by some of the choices as we are...
If that's not enough, you can find Kuoni's list of the 20 most "beautiful" sights in the world here.
As it happens, we've seen only 11 of them. We'll have to look up the closest unseen one, Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle.