Tunisia: It was around this time last year that Tunisia launched what we called the "World's Most Morbid Tourism Campaign," seeking to attract vacationers while the dust was still settling on the Arab Spring. Now, if Prince Harry was partying in Hammamet, we'd have a whole other series of billboards for Tunis to paste along British roadways.
Switzerland: Let's be honest. Switzerland doesn't need any help attracting interest. We include them simply because they, of all countries, have been most forward in recent years with exploiting the natural sexual appeal of their citizens. Remember this ad? That was from 2006 and we still think about it sometimes. And, hello, their slogan was "Get Natural." Maybe Prince Harry should produce a version of this for Cornwall or something?
Atlantic City, NJ: As we said, Vegas needs no aid in attracting tourists and partiers. Atlantic City, however, DOES. Cross the country and Harry could've had a larger suite for less plus a view of the Atlantic Ocean. The odds are pretty great that those girlsthe ones with whom Harry's posse partied and strippedwere from Jersey anyway.
London: Poor England. The royal jewels are finally accessible to commoners and us American don't properly appreciate it, snapping poor-quality cell phone pics while a TV blares in the background. Had this happened on Oxford Street, Harry would have at least gotten a little bunting to dress up the momentous occasion.