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 Armenian heritage itinerary
Hello, I reverted your addition of a link to your google maps itinerary for sites of Armenian heritage in Central/Eastern Europe, because it violates our external links policy. But that looks like a really worthwhile itinerary—is there any chance I could convince you to write up a Wikitravel-style itinerary for it? A good example of a completed Wikitravel itinerary article is Route 66, if you are interested! --Peter Talk 00:25, 25 July 2008 (EDT)
OK, I had a look at some of the articles you mentioned and here are some general pointers.
- Yerevan contains a lot of non-standard section headers like Money, Language, Mobile phones, etc. We try to stick to the headers in the article templates. If you're not sure where something should go, please check there first, and also the article Where you can stick it. Beyond that, (and this is not so much a style issue) it would be nice if you could provide address, phone number and other information for listings so travellers can find the places you're talking about.
- Region articles - These are in pretty good shape overall, except for the See listings, which should be bulleted listings rather than a separate subsection for each. You can check how I changed the first few listings of Central Armenia to see an example.
Thanks for your work on these articles! Keep it up! Texugo 04:59, 25 October 2008 (EDT)
It sounds like this is a situation in which it might be useful to create itineraries. Go ahead and make separate bulleted listings for the attractions, and then you can either create mini-itineraries in the Get around section, or if enough things can be clumped together, you can create itinerary articles to show the easiest ways to see everything.Texugo 01:28, 26 October 2008 (EDT)