As short for "travel bags", you could try to report it, but it may cause trouble for other sentences with the same word, since not all bags are travel bags. http://dictionary.reverso.net/english-russian/bags I think that in Russian, there is also a more vague word as well.
The latter is incorrect. English uses word order to distinguish declarative statements from interrogative questions. The word "is" must be at the end of this sentence. I think this works for all situations in English with nested questions -- here "do you know" is a frame for "where is."
Do you know how where the book is? Where is the book? Do you understand what you are looking for? What are you looking for? Have we heard why he did not arrive on time? Why did he not arrive on time? (or, more commonly, "Why didn't he arrive on time?")