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I think the Quebec region is great for all types of travelers. There's plenty for outdoorsy activities, family fun and cultural activities. Between Montreal and Quebec City there is plenty of food, museums, fireworks and more.
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Great for there agrar culture in low -canada and the Niagara falls are a PLEASURE of NATURE in the world I LOVE CANADA AND WILL LIVE THERE AGAIN
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I can't say enough wonderful things about BC. The people are kind, gentle, and friendly. And the massive natural beauty that runs throughout this province is an experience everyone deserves to witness personally.
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The lakes in Alberta are awesome and I will tell you why! During the summer, significant amounts of glacial rock flour flow into the lake, and these suspended rock particles give the lake a bright, turquoise color.
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It was in the mid 70s F. for daily highs with early morning fog when I made the trip to Barrington NS in mid July of 1997-perfect weather for a 42.2 KM running marathon (which I was there to attend). Check out the museum, lighthouse and coastline in Barrington. The blue waters contrast well with the evergreen trees.
- 69 reviews
Idyllic in the Anne of Green Gables way, but very crowded in high tourist season.
- 73 reviews
I went there when I was 16 with my Mother and Grandmother to visit my Brother who was in the Army at the time, in Petawawa...the views were very nice back then, but have probably changed by now...we especially liked going over the Assinaboyn River, we made a joke of it every time we passed over...all in all it was ...
- 81 review
Newfoundland is wonderful 2 be Especially in summer Friendly people and the views are stunning.
- 94 reviews
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