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PICS – Canada

This is a collection of pictures from Canada, the result of a trip in 2016 to the major cities in the eastern part of the country. Consult...

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Ottawa, the capital of Canada

The capital of Canada attracts all visitors with splendid architecture, a beautiful river, world-class museums, a World Heritage Site, and...

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World Heritage #1221 – Rideau Canal

A canal built with the primary purpose of keeping the United States out of Canada. The UNESCO World Heritage List includes more than...

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Quebec City is in Canada, but looks and sounds European

There’s an almost royal view of the mighty Saint Lawrence when you stand on the terrace in front of the Chateau Frontenac. The lower...

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World Heritage #0300 – Historic District of Old Québec

Québec City is so French, in architecture, language and traditions that you feel you have arrived in Europe. The UNESCO World Heritage...

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The city of Montreal is an amalgamation of all senses

Combining colonial architectural heritage with modern high-rises is not always easy. Montreal succeeds in offering visitors a lot of...

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VIDEO – USA – New York’s High Line

On a sunny morning we had a great walk on Manhattan, parallel to the Hudson River. Join us for this walk on the abandoned elevated...

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VIDEO – USA – Central Park

A walk in Central Park is good meditation and can also be good exercise. There is much to see and enjoy, like the video clips and still...

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VIDEO – USA – Brooklyn Bridge

A short video from a great walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, direction Manhattan. The walk across the bridge was part of a much longer walk...

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VIDEO – USA – The Statue of Liberty

A short video from a ride with the Statue Cruises ferry to Liberty Island, a walk around and up inside the statue. The statue is a World...

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Harlem, New York

What a pleasant surprise. Once a ghetto, yet with historical monuments, profound religious expressions and a jazzy atmosphere.   ...

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Midtown Manhattan

Manhattan’s skyscrapers are essentially concentrated in two areas, the Financial District in the south of the island and Midtown....

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The High Line, Greenwich Village and Flatiron – New York

It was a lovely Saturday morning in late April when we started on a walk through some of the quieter districts of Manhattan. It turned out...

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Liberty Island, Ellis Island and the Financial District of New York

This is a full day in New York, filled with captivating things to see and significant lessons to be learned. There is no way you can...

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A walk from Brooklyn to Manhattan

Join us on a walk from the quiet residential streets on the Brooklyn Heights across the Brooklyn Bridge with the skyscrapers ahead, right...

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