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“Quintessential views of Ottawa, the canal, parliament and the river. A photographers dream neighbourhood. Hundreds of shops and restaurants, all walkable. ”
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“Visit the residence and workplace of the governor general and the grounds year-round. Check website for schedule”
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“Just walk around this area to get a feel for what Old Ottawa was like. Ottawa is derived from an Algonquin word which means "To Trade"”
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History Museum
“Take a short 20 minute car ride to this historic museum. It will take you back to the Cold War era. A fun and informative time. Allow 2 hours”
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Memorial Site
“The site of the shooting death of Capt. Nathan Cirillo when we had a shooter on Parliament Hill in October of 2014.”
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“This is the best independent coffee shop in Ottawa, the company is women-led, they care about coffee and their food. The best summer patio in the market, warm and shielded in the Clarendon Courtyard. ”
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“What does a Prime Minister of Canada do with his cottage retreat ? He keeps buying land around it, builds folies using parts of grand buildings being demolished in Ottawa, and then gifts it to the people of Canada. The Tea Room is great for that oh-so British Empire moment...”
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教堂
“The largest and oldest standing church in Ottawa, building began in 1841 and finished in 1846. With tin covered steeples that gleam silver in the sun and an ornate interior, it's a must see site. ”
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公園
“This park will give you beautiful views of Ottawa. You can have a picnic here in the Summer or enjoy a few drinks at the outdoor patio bar.”
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“Located behind the National Gallery of Canada, Nepean Point is one of Ottawa's best lookouts. Situated on a hill next to the Ottawa River, here you can get dreamy sunset photos of the Parliament and the Canadian Museum of History.”
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“A hub of outdoor farmers’ market stalls and specialty food shops selling Canadian cheese and maple-infused chocolate. It’s also known for its colorful street art and hip stores filled with crafts and clothes by local designers. Many eateries and outdoor restaurants in the area. ”
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“The country estate of Canada's longest-serving prime minister, William Lyon Mackenzie King, can be found in the heart of Gatineau Park. The estate includes several cottages on a lakeshore, which are open to the public and contain a variety of exhibits exploring the property's history and the life of the prime minister. In the main house, Moorside, visitors can enjoy afternoon tea or a meal in the dining room while admiring memorabilia from the Mackenzie King days. The park is laced with walking paths and there are romantic gardens with picturesque ruins, which are frequently used as the backdrop for weddings and special occasions. Tourists can get a guided tour of the estate and learn more about its history.  16 Most Beautiful Islands in the World Skip Ad » Report this ad 5. Leamy Lake Park  Leamy Lake Park trail Leamy Lake Park is a 174-hectare natural space, which surrounds Lac Leamy, a body of water accessible by boat via navigation channel from the Gatineau River. Summer tourists can enjoy the spacious beach, which has public facilities and lifeguards in-season, as well as concessions, a picnic area, volleyball courts, and a playground. The park is also popular with bird-watchers and contains many walking trails and paths, but perhaps its most remarkable features are its numerous archaeological sites, with artifacts from indigenous peoples who inhabited the land for more than 5,000 years before Europeans arrived. Among items recovered here in the park are pottery, tools, and items made from local copper. Leamy Lake Park is also home to the Wright-Scott House, the farm established by the founder of Hull colony, Philemon Wright. Excavations at that site have uncovered more artifacts, these originating from the 19th century, including dolls, housewares, and religious artifacts. Report this ad 6. Skiing in the Gatineau Hills  Cross-country ski trail in Gatineau Park |Fil.Al / photo modified At the foothills of the magnificent Laurentian Mountains are the Gatineau Hills, an area that is home to numerous cross-country skiing trails, as well as downhill ski areas. While there are public trails throughout Gatineau Park, the Nakkertok Nordic Centre maintains 80 kilometers of groomed cross-country ski trails, including several that are lit for night skiing. Downhill skiers and snowboarders can enjoy excellent conditions at Camp Fortune Ski Aerial Park, which features 24 runs of varying difficulty, from beginner to expert. Half of these are lit for night skiing, and two lodges provide plenty of room to warm up or relax between runs. The park also has an excellent terrain park, and offers ziplining in the summer. Thrill-seekers looking for double-diamonds should head over to Vorlage ski hill in nearby Wakefield, where nearly all trails are blue and above. ”
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“The Prime Minister's residence... the walk there along Sussex is quite nice (stop by the Rideau Falls on your way!), and the walk beyond as well, leading to Rockliffe Park and Pavillion.”
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