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“Hi Jim, I come to visit your homeland for a while, any suggestion?” “Sure Lorenzo, I send you a full road map from Toronto to Quebec City!”

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And so it was. More than 2,000 km on the road, discovering the French and English in every citizen of  Canada East coast. And here we start with entering Toronto!

 

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on July 9, 2016
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  1. 07/10/2016

    So much drama in the sky up there! Beautiful.

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    • 07/11/2016

      Thank you Bjean. Yes, cloudy skies kept us often company during the trip. But clouds were so beautiful we did not mind!

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  2. 07/10/2016

    Lorenzo

    Great pictures. The black and white format really captures a different perspective. I hope you and your wife had a wonderful adventure in Canada!

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 07/11/2016

      Hi Jim! Yes we had very nice time in Canada, on the road as well in the cities we visited. And it was difficult to feel alone there, everybody was super kind and curious, we really liked we were so warmly welcome! Sorting all the pictures will take almost as much time as the holiday we had between Toronto and Quebec city…but I will manage it 😀

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    • 07/11/2016

      I forgot! At every motorway exit there was a sign for a golf course. I did not know golf is the national Canadian sport!

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      • 07/11/2016

        Lorenzo

        That is funny. Hockey and lacrosse are not easily be replaced as our national sports. On a point of note, Canada ranks second per capita for the number of golf courses in the world! I am glad you had a great trip!

        Cheers
        Jim

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