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Sightseeing in Canada

Sightseeing in Canada

I've been to the Canada few years ago and traveled all around the country in two weeks. I really enjoyed the climate and it was much warmer than I was led to believe. I was basically expecting to freeze to death and had brought many multilayered clothing but I hardly needed any. I don't know whether that is to global warming or something else but it did feel weird.

I was mainly visiting the areas around great Lakes, moving between the cities every two or three day. Fro what I saw, I think it would be beautiful to live there. Still, it is probably hard once the real winter starts as I was there during summertime. I reckon life around that time is definitely not easy.

Barry's Response - Yes, we have summers, too. And in the populated areas, you will find them (usually) not much different than the summers in many American and European locations. Use weatherspark.com to compare climate averages of places. It's an awesome website.

In Canada...We learn to get by. I live further to the northwest than this area, in Calgary, but the range of temperatures can be quite similar. Thanks for your input.

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by: Dan

With all due respect this article is very poorly written. It is a very cursory overview of your trip and doesn't delve into any detail concerning the rich diversity and experiences any visitor to Canada should be able to document.

by: Anonymous

I find this article interesting. It needs some more detail. Where are the places you went? Also it is not always cold in Canada like people assume. That really bugs me.

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