Template talk:Tourism in County Clare

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Somewhat arbitrary selection....[edit]

Purists might argue with having a tourism navbox that includes a hodgepodge of stuff like commercial enterprises, historic sites/buildings and villages. Kilfenora, for example, is a regular entry for the town - not for the cathedral. So if that qualifies why not include other places like Ballyvaughan or Fanore in this navbox?? Drow69 (talk) 16:11, 6 January 2014 (UTC)

I have put Kilfenora in the list because Kilfenora Cathedral redirects to Kilfenora. The same with Carrigaholt Castle.But you are free to write and article about the cathedral or castle and then I will change the link. On the other hand: this was the first start: tweaking and polishing has to be done yet. The Banner talk 17:55, 6 January 2014 (UTC)
At your request I have changed the links "Carrigaholt" into Carrigaholt Castle (redirect) and "Kilfenora" into Kilfenora Cathedral (redirect) and Burren Display Centre (redlink). The Banner talk 18:22, 6 January 2014 (UTC)
It was more a suggestion than a request. The cathedral does deserve a page...unfortunately, all my local interest books including those very detailed Cunningham publications from the 1980s and 1990s are on the bookshelf in our house in Ireland. :-( I'll see if I can scrape sth together with my meager sources here. Another question is whether a topic "tourism in Co Clare" that is encyclopedic and not guide-booky :-) would benefit from a link to Mullaghmore, County Clare, illustrating a way things went wrong in the past.Drow69 (talk) 22:43, 6 January 2014 (UTC)