The answer to Off-Day Puzzle #2: The Continuing Adventures of Dodger Duck / The Duck Stops Where? is LASORDA. Dodger Duck's itinerary was set based on visiting seven cities, and then indexing into the city name based on the number of days that he spends in each city.
The seven cities are, in order (with the key letter which corresponds to the number of days being capitalized):
new yoRk city
The two pictures that gave the most people trouble were #2, Stanford (fanerman's favorite!) amd #4, Bangkok. Stanford is identifiable not only by the distinctive shape of the lake, but also the interstate symbol in the bottom left map (which is I-280). #4 was a little bit more challenging, as it's an interior shot at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, but one can make out the Thai Airlines sign in the background, as well as the distinctive Thai Airlines symbol located at the center of the mural design.
Many people identified four to five of the cities, and then figured out the indexing mechanism in order to derive the answer. So long as the methodology was explained and some of the letters were identified, we gave credit. Apologies for the confusion on Milan signalling Alyssa Milano, as berkowit28 and ubragg pointed out (nice work googling, however!); the association was unintentional and irrelevant to the puzzle, though admittedly relevant to my subconscious.
Congratulations to the ten SoSG readers who correctly solved the puzzle (in order of finish by time of email receipt): Mr. Customer (7.17a), MattyA (7.20a), Wicks (9.22a), QuadSevens (9.26a), berkowit28 (10.44a), Ubragg (11.22a), fanerman (12:18p), Neeebs (1:20p), J Steve (5.08p), and Jose (7.02p).
Participation credit goes to karina and stolenmonkey86, both of whom correctly guessed Lasorda for his globe-trotting skills, but did not figure out the methodology to receive full credit, as well as to MSTI and Dusto Magnifico. Full PCS rankings through two puzzles will be available shortly (we have an Apple IIe computer to run SoSG's data analyses, and we're out of 5 1/4" floppies).
Thanks everyone for puzzling, and see you all next on May 11 at 7am PT!