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Restaurant and gourmet scene in Denver, Colorado

  Denver restaurant and gourmet scene Denver in Colorado is widely known to us as the gateway to the Rocky Mountains. In winter, winter sports enthusiasts, skiers and snowboarders land there, whose destinations are the ski areas in the American Rocky Mountains such as Vail, Aspen or Breckenridge. In summer the friends of the Rocky Mountains come up ... go to Article

Sightseeing tour of the Muskoka region in Ontario

Cottage near Bala © Copyright Monika Fuchs, TravelWorldOnline We take two days for a sightseeing tour through the Muskoka region in Ontario. In Canada, this holiday region is also called the “Cottage Country” because here - only about one and a half hours north of Toronto - many residents of the metropolis have their holiday homes. ... go to Article

Most beautiful lighthouses of the Lighthouse Route

The most beautiful lighthouses on the Lighthouse Route in Nova Scotia As the name of the holiday route suggests, there are many lighthouses along the Lighthouse Route in Nova Scotia. No wonder - it is located on the Atlantic side of the Atlantic province of Nova Scotia and extends from the capital Halifax to Yarmouth on the ... go to Article

Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia's most beautiful lighthouse

  Peggy's Cove Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia is one of the highlights of the Canadian Atlantic Province. Anyone who comes here must have at least once seen the most beautiful lighthouse on the Atlantic coast of Canada. Because that's what he really is. Towering high on its rocky platform, the slender tower watches over ... go to Article

Schools, churches, monasteries - the religious heritage of Quebec

The Religious Legacy of Quebec Religion played an important role in Old Quebec. No wonder, as the city on Cap Diamant above the St. Lawrence River was one of the first centers of French settlement in Canada. In 1608, Quebec City was owned by Samuel de Champlain as a palisade fort at the foot of the steep cape at the point ... go to Article

The maritime heritage in Montreal on the St. Lawrence River

You don't really associate Montreal with the sea. After all, the Atlantic Ocean is 1600 kilometers from the metropolis in Quebec. Nevertheless, you quickly get a different impression when you stroll along the waterfront in Montreal. The quays are teeming with boats, yachts, excursion boats and even cruise ships.

On Freedom Road through the Canadian wilderness to Labrador

It is comparable to well-known wilderness trails such as the Alaska Highway, the Top of the World Highway or the Dempster Highway in northwestern Canada - the Freedom Road, which connects Baie Comeau in Quebec with Churchill Falls in Labrador. The difference is that it is - at least - more original than the known wilderness ... go to Article

Christmas drinks and cocktails

Drinks and cocktails for Christmas At Christmas time, hot and alcoholic drinks taste particularly good after a day on the slopes. The bartenders in the après-ski bars of Denver, Colorado, and in ski resorts like Breckenridge are quite inventive, and so they mix a range of cocktails to revitalize body and soul after a sporty day ... go to Article

At a lake in Ontario, Canada

At Eagle Lake in Ontario At a lake in Ontario: An ice diver flies overhead, shouting loudly. His hollow scream fits into this area where the first signs of the Indian summer are just showing. The deciduous trees show the first brightly colored leaves, the red or gold of which before the otherwise strong ... go to Article

Acadia on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia

We visit the Acadians on the Atlantic coast of Nova Scotia. Their story is tragic: the Acadians of Nova Scotia got caught between the front lines in the 18th century when the conflict between the English and French over control of this part of the New World came to a head. The Acadians themselves were successful farmers who, thanks to an ingenious ... go to Article

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