Talk:List of itineraries

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I moved this page into the Wikitravel: namespace, by analogy with Wikitravel:list of phrasebooks. --Evan 13:19, 27 Jul 2004 (EDT)

I think that was a mistake. A better analogy is Travel topics. These should be readily available for browsing; they are a good way to plan a trip. Can we move the page back? Should we have an intinerary template that inserts boilerplate text and a link to the list, like the one for traveltopics? I'd say so. Pashley 07:04, 23 May 2006 (EDT)

Silk Road

Would it be OK to add Silk Road under Asia? It is not formally an itinerary. Should it be? Pashley

Created a new "Intercontinental" section and added it in. Jpatokal 05:02, 9 April 2006 (EDT)

"Do not start new pages here"

In line with the issue I've raised here, I think that new itineraries should normally be first created as a link on their corresponding article in the hierarchical geography and then listed here. This would help preventing the existence of itineraries that are detached from their location. Exceptions to this, of course, would be intercontinental itineraries and a hypothetical itinerary through a place that still doesn't have an article. I'm adding a note on this to the list, please feel free to revert if you think this is not the case. Ricardo (Rmx) 21:02, 11 April 2006 (EDT)

Day Trips

What do people think of starting day trip type itineraries? This may not be good for some travelers, but for some that may live in the area or airline employees that can just fly for the day. I am going to create a San Francisco day trip that is popular with a lot of US Airways employees in Las Vegas. --Texas Web Scout 19:26, 12 July 2006 (EDT)