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Originally posted by jsobecky
I watched a TV show last night about an elderly gentleman who took care of stray cats in a city. But the most striking thing about the show was the setting - Parliament Hill in Ottawa.
The cleanliness and old world architecture struck me as breathtaking. It was totally unlike any gov't structures I've seen in the states. It gave me a sense of awe, thinking of the history imbedded in those massive stone walls.
See for yourself:
Originally posted by pipconvert
Ottawa is a very clean and nice city, a bit boring at times due to the heavy political climate surrounding it and just on a side note, Quebec city isn't all that.
You want architecture? Go to any major European city and you'll be knocked off your socks, not Quebec city I'm sorry. I live about 1 hour away from Quebec city for the record...