Travel : Canada
|The 51st state, only
metric and partly (if noisily) in French. Fortunately there's
enough space to get away.
The brisky nautical gateway to Nova Scotia.
Slippery approach to the Halifax Citadel
Faux-British country village filled with pubs,
souvenir shops and relics of water power.
Implements in the Industrial Heritage Museum
Bohemian France meets big-city North America
and turns into something rather unique. See also the winter edition.
Dazed-looking statue at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame
Eerily perfect ski resort in the Laurentians, north of Montreal.
Shown: In the Village, where you will be assimilated into the snow and cuteness
Not too bad for an artificial capital. See also the winter edition.
What Europe would look like if it was run by
Tourist shops, Basse-Ville
A handy pit-stop on the long haul between
Montreal and Quebec City.
Shown: Bistro L'Ancetre
Just like New York, only Canadian. (And
Strolling down the strees of Gastown