Mount-Royal Park, Montreal17 Feb 2016

Mount-Royal Park, Montreal

Mount-Royal Park, at the same name hill, is one of the places you must definitely visit in Montreal. This mountain is in the middle of the city, it’s visible almost from every part of it and rules its panorama. It was turned into a park in 1876. It’s divided into three areas: two cemeteries and the park itself, with several viewpoints and many paths that cross the mountain in every possible direction. You can access

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Mammals and birds in Algonquin, Canada10 Feb 2016

Mammals and birds in Algonquin, Canada

According to the guides, in Algonquin Provincial Park (Ontario, Canada) and its surroundings live about 50 species of mammals, 130 of birds and 30 of reptiles. Some of the mammals are really big-sized, like black bears, elks, deers, beavers and wolves. And some of them are more or less easy to watch: everywhere you go you’ll be told that you’ll see elks. We shouldn’t have much luck, because we didn’t see any, despite we traveled

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