According to the Edwinstowe article, it is a vilage or town. With a population of 5000 it is too small to really be a city, so I made it an Other Destination -- Huttite 01:13, 28 Mar 2004 (EST)
- I put it back into "Cities". I understand that Edwinstowe isn't a "city" in the way Lancaster or Bangkok is, but I think it should still be listed in the same place.
- "Cities" is for any village, town, township, megalopolis, micropolis, hamlet, etc. that we can think of. I think of "Cities" as "inhabited dots on the map". I realize that that's just one idea of what a city is, but there isn't any other good word for that level of destination. "Polis"?
- "Other destinations" is more for things that you would actually go visit, and you may stay at, but aren't really incorporated towns. One classic example is a national park.
- Anyways, I think Edwinstowe is a "city" by this loose definition. I don't think changing the header to "Cities, towns, villages, hamlets, burgs, and other inhabited dots on the map" would be really helpful. B-) --Evan 01:39, 28 Mar 2004 (EST)