Yes, Secretary Clinton went on a holiday and the press had a field day trying to guess if she went to New Mexico, Vegas, or Los Angeles. They tried their guessing game with the Spokesman:
QUESTION: Well, is Secretary Clinton on holiday? She’s not going to New Mexico just - (Laughter.) MR. KELLY: I think I can assure you she’s not going to New Mexico, no. QUESTION: Okay. QUESTION: What exactly was the itinerary that was approved? MR. KELLY: Matt, we don’t go into the details of that. You’ll have to ask the -- QUESTION: Ask the North Koreans? MR. KELLY: Yeah. (Laughter.) QUESTION: Thank you. Were there other stops – were there other stops? MR. KELLY: There were other stops on their -- QUESTION: Two other stops? MR. KELLY: -- proposed itinerary. QUESTION: Yes. Would one of them be a place that’s -- MR. KELLY: There were other stops. QUESTION: -- one of them be a place that North Koreans might not generally be comfortable with going to? QUESTION: Disney World? QUESTION: A little bit north. Are they going to Vegas? MR. KELLY: I’ll repeat, Matt, we don’t go into the details of -- QUESTION: Are they going to Las Vegas? MR. KELLY: You’ll have to ask the North Korean mission, Matt, if they’re going to Las Vegas. QUESTION: What about Los Angeles? MR. KELLY: I believe you’ll have to ask the North Korean mission, Matt.
I don't know if the North Koreans were able to track Bermuda on their map. Above photo showed the Secretary of State and President Clinton with some US ConGen Bermuda's staff a few days ago. The Clintons were with (right-left) Consul General Grace Shelton, Deputy Principal Officer Frank Fulgham and Consul Margaret Pride in Hamilton.