Thanks for your edits. You may want to consider creating an account. In addition, per Wikitravel:Don't tout there are a few things that you could do to make your listings more acceptable:
- Trim the directions. That field is meant primarily as a shortcut for locating a business in a city ("across from the theatre" or "at the intersection of Main & Post") rather than a way of telling a user how to get to the business from out of town.
- Don't use words like "we" and "our". This is a collaborative guide, and listings with first person pronouns don't make sense in that context and are often removed.
Otherwise your listings look OK - thanks for including them in the correct section of articles, listed alphabetically, and for including price ranges. -- Ryan • (talk) • 18:58, 19 December 2009 (EST)
- Note that a listing such as this one would normally be removed as advertising. I've edited it down to remove most of the promotional language, but be aware that one of the specific non-goals of this site is that we DON'T want to be an advertising brochure. -- Ryan • (talk) • 19:18, 19 December 2009 (EST)
- I've removed most of your recent edits. Please leave a note on this page if/when you have read these messages and note that Wikitravel listings should read like a travel guide, not a marketing brochure. -- Ryan • (talk) • 17:46, 20 September 2010 (EDT)
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