You will have to forgive him for labeling more than one destination in such a superlative fashion.
My fabulous driver tried every street he knew, but we couldn 't get within fifteen blocks of my destination.
His destination: Australia and Indonesia, another 12 time zones away.
1590s, "act of appointing," from Latin destinationem (nominative destinatio) "purpose, design," from past participle stem of destinare "determine, appoint, choose, make firm or fast," from de- "completely, formally" (see de-) + -stinare, related to stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Modern sense (1787) is from place of destination, where one is "destined" to go.