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Hello AnTeaX! Welcome to Wikitravel. Thanks for adding that info to France. We really appreciate newcomers who are so willing to plunge forward. I especially appreciate the info on food since I think it takes the pressure off a bit from having that stuff in Paris (where I want to talk more about the Paris restaurant trade).

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Welcome[edit]

I just wanted to say hello and welcome to Wikitravel. Question: does Wikitravel:Welcome, Wikipedians help you at all?

Also: I note that your user page is all in French, which is kind of bad form on English Wikitravel. I wanted to invite you to check out the Francophone Wikitravel, too, if you'd prefer not to write in English. --Evan 12:08, 2 Nov 2004 (EST)

Road signs[edit]

The EU road signs should go into Driving in Europe (or something..) article, not into the main France page... Jpatokal 05:30, 9 Nov 2004 (EST)

reference to guidebooks[edit]

Dear AnTeaX, I just found discussion Wikitravel talk:External links/Archive#Guidebooks (Reference to) where you participated. I thought you might have something to say on User:DenisYurkin/Paper travel guides in its talk page--and maybe even help to make that article acceptable for Wikitravel standards. Thank you. --DenisYurkin 16:38, 7 February 2007 (EST)

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