This applies to local destinations as well. If I know, roughly, the name of the place I want to go then bing finds it very quickly. And I've grown to like the beautiful artwork you see when bing loads.
But when it comes to more exploratory search, where I don't have an exact keyword that I know will locate the result, Google really shines here and has gotten way better at this. These days more and more it seems I can just ask my question in conversational English and google finds it.
For example, I use OneNote extensively but something that annoys me about its copy/paste functionality is that it stuffs these "from ...
I suspected that there's an option for controlling this but didn't want to wade through all of the options to find it. Glanced at a few of the option settings, didn't see anything obvious. So I go to Google. I start typing "OneNote copy paste" and 5 search suggestions appear. The last one "OneNote copy paste from link to original" looks promising so I try it. At the bottom of the first screen full of results is a link to a page titled "OneNote Stop Including Link to Original Source" which is exactly what I'm looking for. Options -> Advanced -> Include link to source when pasting from the Web. Uncheck that and we're done.