13 Feb 12
05 Feb 13 12:00 am
I noticed that at least one of your pages ("City Tours") still has long paragraphs of text, with no visuals to break it up or make it quick to scan: No headings, no lists.
I'd recommend some online research on best practices for text readability (line height, characters per line, etc.):
I think line length is supposed to be about 60 characters - your lines on that page are about 90 characters long. To me it looks like your line height is also too great, making reading harder.
Since some of your pages are long, with several headers. How about making a little menu at the top of the body text of your longer pages, listing the topics of each header and providing in-page links?
This would give visitors a very quick way to review the page topics and zero in on what they are looking for - without going through the long list they might get from a search. I did a site search for "maps" and found the results list pretty daunting (also got a 404 on the first item).
My idea here is that they may be looking for some specific info and don't want to scan the whole page visually looking for it. By only having to scan a small menu at the page top, they would have a much simpler task - if your headers and menu were carefully designed re: the content covered.
Perhaps your pages would look a bit more interesting if you used colored titles and headers? They don't need to be bright cartoony colors, but something like these:Title One #00 40 00
Title Two #40 00 00
#00 00 40
Just some thoughts...