Talk:Alquezar

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head to Barbastro

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Was:

> Looks like a locals-oriented food shop, but locals consider it extremely expensive and tourists-oriented--and head to Barbastro to buy food.

Now:

>but locals consider it extremely expensive and tourist-oriented. Head to Barbastro to buy food.

This edit changes the meaning: I only meant to say that locals prefer to buy food at Barbastro, not to recommend travellers to do so as well (as it's impractical in most cases). How can we preserve my original idea? --DenisYurkin 12:15, 19 December 2007 (EST)


Stewed meats

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Was:

> Stewed meats (rabbit, partridge, veal) are the most successful in what can be found in local restaurants.

Now:

> Stewed rabbit, partridge, and veal are the most commonly found dishes in local restaurants.

Similarly, my original meaning was not only that these can be found, but that in most restaurants in the town these meals are really good most of the times. How can we reflect this meaning? --DenisYurkin 12:15, 19 December 2007 (EST)