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Re: Markup for general tourist experiences?

From: Hugo Scott <hugo@hugoscott.com>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2020 11:17:09 +0100
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To: Umutcan Şimşek <umutcan.simsek@sti2.at>
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Hi Umut,

Thanks for your reply. The "itinerary" property looks fine - I will look
into that.

And, yes, Offers - that's a great catch-all, and I could use a
wikipedia/productontology "sameAs" to give more context where possible.

Thanks!

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On Mon, 16 Nov 2020 at 10:47, Umutcan Şimşek <umutcan.simsek@sti2.at> wrote:

> Hi Hugo,
>
> For question one, I'd suggest to use the itinerary property. You can
> multitype an instance with a subtype of Place and TouristAttraction and
> create a list of "stops" for that trip. (if I am understanding your use
> case right.)
>
> For question two, you can take a look at the offers property of
> TouristTrip. I think this is the most suitable one. You can create offers
> with prices and availability for each experience. For experiences that are
> not connected to a trip you can either just create Offer instances, or use
> the organization offering the experience and attach offer instances to
> organizations. There are a lot of possibilities here, really depends on the
> case.
>
>
> Greetings
> Umut
> Umutcan Simsek, MSc
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>
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> On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 10:32, Hugo Scott <hugo@hugoscott.com> wrote:
>
> Hi there
> I've been asked to mark up a site that works in wine tourism and I think
> for the standard wine tours (ie a trip around several wineries) I think I
> can use "winery" and "TouristAttraction" for the individual wineries, and
> "TouristTrip" for the tours, which are then brokered by the web site.
>
> But I have a couple of question :
>
> #1 : How would I make each "TouristAttraction" part of the overall
> "TouristTrip" - is "subTrip" valid usage for this?
>
> #2 : How would I mark up more general wine tourism experiences, such as
> "how to saber champagne" or "A picnic in the vines"? (examples here
> https://www.winalist.com/s/regions/champagne ) Is there are generic type
> that would encompass all of those?
>
> Thank you !
>
> Hugo Scott
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