While the anonymous contributions to this article have been great and are much appreciated, there is a lot of cleanup work that could be done. Most of the restaurants and attractions should be moved to the appropriate city articles (see Wikitravel:Where you can stick it. In general region articles are simply overviews of the area with lists of the cities and major destinations. -- Ryan 19:45, 15 March 2006 (EST)
- I changed the description in the first line, deleting the part that Northeast Ohio is "also known as Cleveland+". Nobody here would ever, ever call it that. "Cleveland+" was some kind of campaign a few years back trying to get tourists and businesses to come here.
- I also rewrote part of the "Understand" section, which originally implied that people from Akron, Youngstown, Geauga county etc. consider themselves "Clevelanders". Saying that in Akron or Youngstown might get a person slapped or punched. Each city and area in our region has its own identity, even though the various cities and counties do influence each other.
- Lastly, even though each city has its own identity, in Northeast Ohio we do tend to identify ourselves together as a distinct region, which is why I would say that this page should be more than just a "list", as has been suggested on this talk page.
EightySix 16:28, 7 December 2011 (EST)
While counties are often a good way to subdivide a region, sometimes there are ways that make more sense to the traveler (as opposed to the bureaucrat drawing straight lines on a map), such as grouping the cities along the Lake Erie shore, the "Greater Akron" area, etc. After all, we're a travel guide, not an atlas. :) - Todd VerBeek 09:16, 26 July 2006 (EDT)
There seems to be too large of a list of cities in the "Other destinations" section. Anyone else agreed that this list should be trimmed down?Fastestdogever 22:24, 21 February 2007 (EST)
- Please do. Other destinations is generally used for parks and other non-city destinations, and we generally try to limit lists to 5-9 items. -- Ryan 22:51, 21 February 2007 (EST)
I'm moving this list here for descriptive references of the town (which I'm horrible at). I'll move these to their respective counties when I get a chance.