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I just removed the above from Santorini#Sleep - seems to be a commercial site belonging to Microsan Web Services.
User:PhilippInfo, I already moved info on Panorama Hotel to Fira which it's definitely a better place (and I'm sure it's mandated somewhere in Wikitravel guidelines). Let's keep town-specific places in Sleep of respective town, not on a region level. What do you think? --DenisYurkin 00:24, 13 December 2006 (EST)
Reverted changes by 188.8.131.52
--DenisYurkin 17:27, 14 December 2006 (EST)
First of all I'd like to stress out that Santorini island has actually no cities. All these mentioned in that category are villages! In case you agree we i recommend we change the title. Secondly, Thirasia is not a city/village. It is the island oposite of Santorini, which only village is also called Thirasia. Any ideas on where this should be added would be really useful. Thank you! Unique 05:58, 8 January 2007 (EST)
I've checked out Fanari Villas website and it does not seem to be open during winter time. If you think that it would be useful, i may search later for Santorini Hotels that remain open during winter. Unique 03:38, 9 January 2007 (EST)
what sutsukaki is
I wonder why definition for sutsukaki was changed from
It is definitely non-meat dish, and has nothing to do with meat balls. For now I restored the original definition, but I am open for discussion. --DenisYurkin 18:07, 10 July 2007 (EDT)
GetIn: preference to air
Sailsetter, would you comment the removal of this piece?
> The fastest and most comfortable way is by air.
--DenisYurkin 17:18, 29 March 2008 (EDT)
I was revising that section to add information about the airport and transfers, and I decided to leave that sentence out for specific and general reasons. Specifically, it's a subjective judgement and not always true. I've travelled to Santorini a number of times over many years by air and by boat from various other places, and I don't think that travelling there by air is clearly more comfortable than by boat. (In fact, it's not even necessarily faster, depending on where you're coming from.) More generally, I don't think Wikitravel should encourage one reasonable alternative over another. It's fine to point out the various advantages and disadvantages of one means of travel to a destination as opposed to another, but the quoted sentence amounts to saying, "Going by air is better than going by boat." It's not; it's one preference which may be right for one person but not for another. Sailsetter 18:10, 29 March 2008 (EDT)