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Portions of the Ischia article have been contributed from http://www.appartamentiischia.it by its owner, User:mimmo46.


Ischia text

This guide need to improve english text, there is some wikitravel's user can help? -- mimmo46 13:03, 29 march 2006 (EST)

Manual of Style

I have improved the content in observance of the MOs, someone can check if it is necessary to make other improvements. -- mimmo46 22:52, 6 march 2006 (EST)

Ischia is the biggest

Ischia is the biggest island in the gulf of Naples, saying "one of the biggest" is wrong. Thats why im going to change it for the second time... hoping that this edit will persist. Otherwise please tell me wich island is bigger then Ischia. I know just 3 island here: Ischia, Procida and Capri. Thx for your work, bye.

Adding lastminute section

I would like to create a lastminute section and add in it some link as this http://www.ischiatravelweb.it/lastminute.asp. It is seriusly the cheaper way to sleep in Ischia. Usually the hotels put many offers in this kind of pages. It is a quality service and it wont be spam. Please, tell me what do you think about it.

According to the current external links policy the link you posted looks (to me) like a non-primary source, and thus is not a valid external link. Is it sufficient to just mention the link on this talk page, or does it provide some service that is so vital that travelers should definitely know about it? -- Ryan 13:14, 27 March 2006 (EST)

Well, when I need to travel I usually look for this kind of services about the place I am going to, just to spend less. I think it can be a usefull information for travellers.

I think the problem is that besides not complying with the extlinks policy, it also does not fit our goal of being useful for the traveller on the go, i.e. it's not so useful for the offline readers of our guide. Ricardo (Rmx) 15:37, 27 March 2006 (EST)

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