Information from the Internet can give more comprehensive and recent description to the two options, thus the visit would be within your control. To be specific, information from the Internet is updated every day; any new changes can be found on Internet. This fact ensures you to know if there are any changes in the two alternative places you want to visit. In this way, some conditions like “suddenly finding something you really want to see is not there anymore” can be avoided. For example, my friend, Alice, who studies fine art in an art academy in Beijing, is addicted to visiting all kinds of museums or shows; however, she is not that full of money. Once there were two exhibitions in Beijing; one was on fashion dresses and the other one was about paintings. Of course Alice wanted to visit both, but she only had the money for one show since the tickets of both are expensive. To decide which one to go to, she surfed on the Internet and then found out that the painting exhibition had closed some exhibition rooms recently due to security problems! She continued browsing the pages and knew that this exhibition did not allow any photographs for security reasons, too. As an art student, she needed to take photos and also wanted to visit all the exhibition rooms to learn more, but according to the information on the Internet, she gave up visiting this exhibition. Although some of her classmates had visited the painting exhibition several weeks ago, they did not know that some rooms were closed recently. If Alice asking her classmates for advice, she might end up coming back disappointedly. So, information from the Internet can let you have the latest news in control.