Help Wikitravel grow by contributing to an article! Learn how.
New users, please see Help or go to the Pub to ask questions.

Difference between revisions of "Talk:Vancouver/City Centre"

From Wikitravel
Jump to: navigation, search
m (Added signature to previous comment)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
== Vancouver Library ==
 +
Maybe this was an impressive library 20 years ago, but newer ones, in Montreal and Seattle for example, have set a new standard in central libraries. I removed the ridiculously arrogant line about VPL being the most modern and impressive, as it is clearly not to anyone who has travelled even a little in this world. Vancouver  - get over yourself...you are so over-rated!!!!!
 +
 
So, is "City Centre" a proper name? --[[User:Evan|Evan]] 14:11, 27 Aug 2004 (EDT)
 
So, is "City Centre" a proper name? --[[User:Evan|Evan]] 14:11, 27 Aug 2004 (EDT)
  
Line 10: Line 13:
  
 
OK, we have a map now. It still needs to have the annotations that match the guide added, but I want to wait till there are a few more entries in 'Drink'. Are there any more landmarks that should be added? I also plan to do a detail of Stanley Park, as I think there is enough interesting stuff there to warrant its own map, and it is something travellers will find useful. [[User:Bulliver|bulliver]] 09:18, 1 March 2006 (EST)
 
OK, we have a map now. It still needs to have the annotations that match the guide added, but I want to wait till there are a few more entries in 'Drink'. Are there any more landmarks that should be added? I also plan to do a detail of Stanley Park, as I think there is enough interesting stuff there to warrant its own map, and it is something travellers will find useful. [[User:Bulliver|bulliver]] 09:18, 1 March 2006 (EST)
 +
'''Bold text'''

Revision as of 06:23, 12 November 2007

Vancouver Library

Maybe this was an impressive library 20 years ago, but newer ones, in Montreal and Seattle for example, have set a new standard in central libraries. I removed the ridiculously arrogant line about VPL being the most modern and impressive, as it is clearly not to anyone who has travelled even a little in this world. Vancouver - get over yourself...you are so over-rated!!!!!

So, is "City Centre" a proper name? --Evan 14:11, 27 Aug 2004 (EDT)

Probably not. (AFAIK The official names for the areas included are "West End", "Central Business District" and "Downtown Eastside") I suppose what your getting at is it should be moved to Vancouver/City Center (#&* American Spelling -- I hate that). But in accordance with the Policy I suppose that should be done. (I thought of it after I created it, but as it isn't exactly my favourite policy, I didn't bother changing it.)-- Webgeer 15:55, Aug 27, 2004 (EDT)
You got it right on. B-) Let's let it simmer for a while, and see how it comes out. I'm in no rush to change it -- I just noticed, and figured I should put a note here. --Evan 19:38, 27 Aug 2004 (EDT)

I think City Centre is ok, since most "downtown" areas in big cities have a similar title.

I would like to comment on the 'City Centre' name...no one actually uses that term. In Richmond maybe, but not Vancouver. It just referred to as the downtown area. Please don't use that either...You'll just look silly :) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 24.85.136.113 (talkcontribs)

OK, we have a map now. It still needs to have the annotations that match the guide added, but I want to wait till there are a few more entries in 'Drink'. Are there any more landmarks that should be added? I also plan to do a detail of Stanley Park, as I think there is enough interesting stuff there to warrant its own map, and it is something travellers will find useful. bulliver 09:18, 1 March 2006 (EST) Bold text

Variants

Actions

Destination Docents

In other languages