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Thanks for all the isIn editing you have been doing. This is one of the things I like to do on occasion also. I have noticed that some of the ones you are adding are at a higher level then it should be. What I mean is you may have added at the State or Country level and in fact the city is in a Region, County, or Providence at a lower level. Example would be Springfield (Illinois) where you added it under Illinois and it should be under the region Central Illinois Be sure you are adding them at the lowest level possible point. In some cases it is not even possible to a valid isIn as the country may not have the Regions set as yet. Again, thanks for all the work! -- Xltel 15:42, 8 Feb 2006 (EST)
Hi Simone! Just wanted to say thank you for all of your contributions and edits to Wikitravel. All of your help and contributions are very much appreciated. Our rewards are few, but a thank you always helps. Thanks! -- Tom Holland (xltel) 09:02, 2 April 2006 (EDT)
Quick question about Hotel listings in Milan
I have been editing the hotel listings for errors and consistency. I have left the parts in the address that appear to be zip codes. I am not sure the relation to the address and how important they are for travelers... As is customary on wikitravel I have removed the city and country names from the addresses. I would like to also remove these "zip codes" but I want to make sure somebody with local knowledge agrees that they are not necessary. Carson 18:34, 18 June 2008 (EDT)