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Timber-framed houses in Celle
Quick facts

I'm placing the infobox here because we don't use them for city articles. (WT-en) texugo 09:06, 24 August 2011 (EDT)

Broken listing[edit]

This mess of a listing was preventing the rest of the article from displaying. Maybe someone can save it and reinsert it. (WT-en) texugo 09:15, 24 August 2011 (EDT) *<eat name="Bolero Celle Hafenstr. 2, 29223, Celle, Tel: +49 51412085404 Cuisine & Style: International - Bar, Restaurant & Bar Average main course: €10 Average spend: €15 Opening hours: Mo-Fr 17.00 Uhr bis open end Sa-So und an Feiertagen 9.30 Uhr bis open en Book Happy Hour - täglich von 17.00 - 19.00 Uhr * Book CAIPI HOUR - täglich von 23.00 - 01.00 Uhr - alle Caipi-Variationen nur 4,50 € - Jumbo-Caipis für nur 6,90 € Book JUMBO HOUR - täglich von 19.00 - 23.00 Uhr - alle Jumbo Cocktails für nur 8,90 € Book BRUNCH - Jeden Samstag, Sonntag & an Feiertagen von 9.30 - 15.00 Uhr für NUR € 9,90 pro Person Book ALL YOU CAN EAT Jeden Montag von 17.00 - 0.00 Uhr - Schnitzel satt für NUR € 9,90 Book SALSAPARTY - Jeden ersten Donnerstag im Monat - ab 18.00 Uhr Workshop - ab 19.00 Uhr Party Book 2 FOR 1 SUNDAY - Jeden Sonntag von 16:00 - 0:00 Uhr 2 gleiche Gerichte zum Preis von Einem* An innovative restaurant and bar concept, the success of Bolero's 12 restaurants throughout Northern Germany has attracted guests of all ages for 19 years. Popular during the day, Bolero is particularly inviting in the evening when the cocktails accompany the cuisine from the Mexican-Mediterranean fusion menu. The drinks menu is highlighted by this list of 120 internationally-loved cocktails, covering all the classics as well as the speciality caipirinhas and coladas. In addition to the classic tortilla-based choices, Bolero's food menu is highlighted by crunchy salads and delicious pasta dishes, in addition to steak, fish and vegetarian dishes. The philosophy of Bolero is to offer a gastronomic experience that is both honest in price and performance. The friendly, lively staff ensure a competent service and a warm approach to the needs of their guests. As you would expect at Bolero, the satisfaction of the guests and quality of cuisine are the top priorities.</eat>

Get in by plane[edit]

This article needs to cut down on the detail on these other city's airports (such detail needs to be moved to the respective city articles), and this article needs to just point to those articles and focus here on just telling how to get here from those airports. I'm going to go ahead and remove the addresses now as for airports they tend to be mailing address unhelpful to the traveller anyway, but this section needs to be cut down quite a bit beyond that too. (WT-en) texugo 10:36, 29 August 2011 (EDT)

Status of this article[edit]

User:(WT-en) HohneG6 asked for comments on the status of this article. Definitely at Guide standard and quite a strong one at that. Congratulations to those who have worked on the article. One little quibble - it would be good to see a Contact section with details of public internet facilities and any other relevant communication info.--(WT-en) burmesedays 09:46, 30 August 2011 (EDT)


Celle RRD.jpg

I'm a little concerned that this image does not conform to our image policy which says "Wikivoyage does not use montages, or really any type of image other than maps or simple photography." We do not normally use artist's impressions, and only very rarely do we use historical photographs, and this image is both of those things. Does anyone share my concern here? (WT-en) texugo 10:59, 11 September 2011 (EDT)

According to current policy, that image should be removed. I happen to think it adds to the article, but policy says not to use images of that nature. --(WT-en) burmesedays 11:12, 11 September 2011 (EDT)
I'm not fussed either way, but it seems a pity - what's the reason for the policy? Is it law or can there be exceptions? It's there to complement the historical section, so it's apt. --(WT-en) SaxonWarrior 15:15, 11 September 2011 (EDT)
I know of one exception to the historical photographs thing at Hiroshima (a well-reasoned exception, I reckon), but I don't know of any instances where we have allowed an artist's impression to be used. I imagine the rule's there because art is more subjective and if we start allowing artists' impressions then we'll never all agree on the aesthetic merits of each one. Plus, such images lend a more encyclopedic flavor to the article, something we try to avoid. (WT-en) texugo 20:51, 11 September 2011 (EDT)