Train scehedule from main page
The below was removed from the main article because a schedule is not the best information to have in the article due to the fact that it may change. What would be better is to have a few paragraphs explaining the possibilities along major routes. -- Ilkirk 15:17, 4 Nov 2005 (EST)
WESTERN EUROPE ??!
Since when western Europe is limited to UK/Benelux/France ?? I am sorry but those countries doesn't share any common point in terms of Geography, culture, language or climate. France doesn't even have border with the UK and Netherlands. France, as a latin catholic and mediterranean country has nothing to do with northern European countries such as UK and Netherlands.
not only this "region" is completlty inacurate, but the map is wrong: Corsica is part of France.
Spain and Portugal ?
Spain and Portugal not included ?? Those countries are included among the mediterranean countries only. Portugal is not technically a mediterranean country, and Spain had as much coast on the Atlantic ocean than on the mediterranean. If I look for informations about Porto, Santiago de compostella, , Santander or the Basque country, i find it strange to be obliged to look in the mediterranean sub-category. especially concerning Portugal.
Both countries are situated more western than France, (which in included in western Europe only).
I have difficulties to understand the logics of the classifications. "western Europe" is understood by everybody as a much wider group, which includes countries from Portugal to Norway. the selection made seems really arbitrary. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 22.214.171.124 (talk • contribs)
Should the countries be listed from left to right, top to bottom? As is, it is quite ambigious as to how the list is ordered, though i do believe it is by their ISO codes...
is there any point having the 'sleep' sections? also 'eat' and 'drink' seems a little pointless since individual countries will have pages on food and drink in that area Prof Jack 20:15, 16 May 2008 (EDT)