But guys, I just want to print and to take my plane, not search all the fullres maps.
Hey! You wiped out my stub stuff! I find that stuff really useful when I go through and do the research to put the addresses and phone numbers in. -- Mark 10:36, 5 Jan 2004 (EST)
Sorry about that-- I know they're helpful to you, but they can be really confusing for people reading the content. We're kinda trying to think of the readers now as well as the "content providers." If you want, I'll put them back in, but it does make the page a little harder to parse for real (as opposed to template) information... Majnoona
One map inset or two?
Hi all! I'm trying to decide if it makes sense to the others to have two insets for the wide-area map in Lausanne or just the one. I'd like to hear opinions from folks who've never been there and only know the town from the article, as well as from people who've visited. Here are what I see as the pros and cons to making a single Center/Ouchy inset as opposed to two separate ones:
Points which favour of a single Center/Ouchy inset:
Points which favour the existing two insets:
Anyhow, I'd love to hear some opinions. Of course I'll try to make up my own mind anyhow... I think I'm leaning toward a single inset. -- Mark
Local style convention question
I assume for stuff like "Mudac, place de la Cathédral 6," we should be capitalizing stuff in the local style. But I see inconsistent caps on place, rte, ave and maybe a few others -- I'm not familiar with usage conventions in these languages, so I need a clue. Also, are rte and ave abbreviations? Do they need a period after them? -- Colin 16:33, 3 March 2006 (EST)
This internet place was removed but no reason was given-- Mark or someone, is this place gone? Majnoona 14:04, 26 March 2006 (EST)
Hi Mark, I appreciate that you mentioned about the sign -- but, the service is (or was) indeed really slow, especially during the weekend. Last time was our second time to wait at least 20 minutes from asking to actually getting the bill! Another friend also had problem that the waiter came with just the number and said he already threw the bill to the garbage. I did not mean any harm by saying that their service is far from excellent -- I just think it's important that people know that they can't rush here. So they should avoid going there if they have limited time (such as having to catch a train or a movie afterwards). But their pizzas are indeed superb, and might worth all the waiting...! sixzilly 13:35, 16 June 2006 (EDT)
anyone gonna write sth about this event? Boggie 10:22, 21 September 2006 (EDT)
hi all, as far as i can recall, the price for a glass beer is 6 CHF, rather than 7 stated in the article. any additional clue? -- Boggie 08:44, 10 February 2007 (EST)
Can someone (Mark perhaps?) who is familiar with Lausanne do an update to the maps so that all info in the article is shown on them? Also, there seems to be a lot of "buy" icons around the map that aren't in the map key... Thanks! – cacahuate talk 19:34, 18 May 2007 (EDT)
Carl Lewis, while a great Olympian, wasn't known for his golden spikes. Michael Johnson was. Whose shoes are in the museum? It's on the Wikitravel front page right now, and it would be great if it were right.--184.108.40.206 22:26, 15 January 2008 (EST)
In the introduction it says "Lausanne is a French speaking city, but Swiss-German and Italian are also spoken." It's certainly French speaking here, but very little Italian or [Swiss-]German appears to be spoken. My girlfriend is German, and finds very few German speakers. She always tries English first. Suggest changing to simply "Lausanne is a French speaking city."?
Hey all this is a great article - could have used it last time I was there. But can somebody add a "By Car" section for getting in? It's not the most common way to get there, but it is possible, and the more info the better
early november weather - what can I expect? --220.127.116.11 12:26, 4 October 2009 (EDT)woody embry 10/4/2009