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Thanks for your work on Washington (state). I've removed a couple of listings for the George Washington Inn, since we don't usually have listings for places that aren't open yet. --Evan 23:28, 21 December 2006 (EST)
Thanks for your help...like a typical guy, I plunge in without reading the directions first. Living & learning. GeorgeWashingtonInn 12:39, 23 December 2006 (EST)
Hi - unless your inn is actually located within the boundaries of Olympic National Park it probably isn't appropriate to list it within the park article. See Wikitravel:Where you can stick it for guidelines. If it is in the park feel free to re-add - see Wikitravel:Accommodation listings for details on how to format the listing and what information to add. -- Ryan 03:35, 24 December 2006 (EST)
Sorry I had to roll back your edits to Washington (state). We have a general rule against having more than nine cities listed...people get rather heated about it. See Wikitravel_talk:Region_article_template#How_many_is_nine. for an example. If Washington needs a different nine, it's reasonable to change the list, but considered polite to discuss on the appropriate talk page first. -- Jonboy 10:22, 24 December 2006 (EST)
I would like to propose removing any suburb of Seattle (i.e. Bellevue) for other significant cities in more geographical scattered areas with a more diverse economy (i.e. Port Angeles). I don't find the need to have Bellevue listed when it is regarded as just greater Seattle by the average person. I'm sure a resident of Bellevue would disagree, but the whole purpose of Wikitravel is to inform the user and to become a credible destination guide for non-residents. Does this sound reasonable? GeorgeWashingtonInn 14:22, 24 December 2006 (EST)