Talk:Bad Saulgau

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Wow... should there not be a limit about the size of the towns added to here? There is just one possible way to get out of this city in each direction and even at those places, it is a matter of standing 500m more to the inside or to the outside (most likely is there just one spot where cars are slow and where they cans stop savely)... In my opinion no need to add such articles! --Alex 20:15, 25 October 2007 (CEST)

You're probably right. But I guess these articles aren't a problem either. --MrTweeksite, wikitalk 20:54, 25 October 2007 (CEST)
These spots are very welcome. I'm planning to go to this region soon ;) --Fverhart 22:12, 25 October 2007 (CEST)
Well, if there's no need to add such articles, where's then the need of the whole wiki? If you only add important cities, who decides which are, which not? For me all small villages along the A30 are important every week, but maybe not for you. Someone who's maybe hitching and exploring Baden-Württemberg might find the information useful that he'll find about Bad Saulgau, and maybe someone will be inspired to hitch there. (Frank, let's hitch the Oberschwäbische Barockstrasse :D !). Got the point? :) I agree with your point of view while watching the Germany side. Of course small villages should be seperated out of the list of cities, and will be in the safest possible hand at the specific sites for the federal states. Guess we'll delete them if more bigger cities will be added there. Then we have to find a limit. Maybe 100,000 inhabitants? Under 100,000 -> Federal State Page only. That's what happend with the Netherlands article already, villages like Muiden got their home in the right province. Feel free to start editing, adding, sorting things :) Good night, hugs platschisite, wikitalk 01:25, 26 October 2007 (CEST)
Well, I guess alex' point is not, that nobody will go there, but that I this city you just don't need a description where to hitch. In smaller towns, that have only one main road, you can just stand anywhere. Specific descriptions of good places are only important in big cities, where you have a lot of (good and bad) possiblities and hitching out can be very difficult. --MrTweeksite, wikitalk 11:10, 26 October 2007 (CEST)
Yep, but it does not hurt to have hh info at hand for Bad Sulgau. Perhaps soon as well for Bemelen (to Maastricht: next to the bus stop at the west end of the village in Oude Akerstraat, to Cadier en Keer: at the crossing Sint Antoniusbank and Weg van Heer naar Bemelen, to Sibbe/Valkenburg: next to the former Rathaus, just before the road starts to wind up on the hill Bemelerberg). --Fverhart 14:35, 26 October 2007 (CEST)
A how to find a good spot might be usefull. --Alex 12:11, 12 May 2008 (CEST)