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溫哥華 Vancouver

Situated along British Columbia’s coastline, Vancouver is a ‘Pacific Pearl’. Lying between the Coast Mountain range and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is one of the most scenic cities in the world. Vancouver’s mild temperatures and bounty of rain are also owed to its location, making even the most urban of areas lush year round. Greater Vancouver is the largest metropolitan area in western Canada and the third largest in the country.

Greater Vancouver is made up of 18 municipalities that occupy 2,930 square kilometers on and around the Fraser River delta. The population of Vancouver city is approximately 500,000 people made up of a wide ethnic range which lends Vancouver a finely blended cultural mix making for a fascinating city. Vancouver is ethnically diverse, with more than half of its residents having a first language other than English. The Chinese are by far the largest visible ethnic group in the city, and Vancouver has one of the most diverse Chinese-speaking communities, with several Chinese languages being represented.

Vancouver's airport is Canada's second busiest airport, and the second largest gateway on the west coast of North America for international passengers. It has since become the busiest seaport in Canada, and exports more cargo than any other port in North America. The economy of Vancouver has diversified over time, however. Vancouver has a growing tourism industry, for example, and has become the third-largest film production centre in North America, after Los Angeles and New York City, earning it the nickname Hollywood North. More recently, Vancouver has had an expansion in high-tech industries, most notably video game design.

Vancouver's mild climate is fairly constant all year around. Known as Rain City, Vancouver has a reputation for always being wet. The city of Vancouver doesn't actually receive an enormous amount of rain. The wind in Vancouver is normally so low it can't be felt.

Major Attractions: Vancouver Downtown, Stanley Park, Whistler, White Rock, Gas Town, University of British Columbia.


維多利亞 Victoria

Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, the westernmost Canadian province. Located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, Victoria is a global tourism destination seeing more than 3.65 million visitors a year who inject more than 1 billion dollars into the local economy. The city also receives economic benefits from its close proximity to Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt, the Canadian military’s main Pacific naval base.

Come experience the splendor of British Columbia's capital city. Cascading with flowers and laced with British propriety, Greater Victoria is a place of endless attractions and exceeding beauty. Whether you surround yourself in the glorious colour of Butchart Gardens, revel in the splendour of the Olympic Mountains as you walk along the beach on Dallas Road, or marvel at the lush green of the area's 15 year-round golf courses, the memories you make here won't soon be forgotten.

Victoria has a temperate climate that is usually classified as Marine west coast, with mild, damp winters and relatively dry and mild summers. Victoria's equable climate has also added to its reputation as the "City of Gardens" . With its mild temperatures and plentiful sunshine, Victoria boasts gardens that are home to many plant species rarely found elsewhere in

Major Attractions: Butchart Garden, Parliament Buildings, Victoria Inner Harbour, The Fairmont Empress Hotel.


多倫多 Toronto

Toronto is a city in southern Ontario, Canada. Located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, it is the largest city in Canada and the fifth largest city in North America. Toronto's ethnic diversity and large immigrant population has given rise to the urban myth that the United Nations has recognized Toronto as the most multicultural city in the world. Over 100 languages and dialects are spoken here, and over one third of Toronto residents speak a language other than English at home.

It is the home of the provincial government. As Canada's economic capital, Toronto is considered a global city. Toronto's leading economic sectors include finance, business services, telecommunications, aerospace, transportation, media, arts, film, television production, publishing, software production, medical research, education, tourism and sports industries. The Toronto Stock Exchange, the world's sixth largest, is headquartered in the city, along with a majority of Canada's corporations.

Toronto's climate is moderate for Canada due to its southerly location within the country and its proximity to Lake Ontario. It has a humid continental climate (Koppen climate classification Dfa), with warm, humid summers and generally cold winters, although fairly mild by Canadian and many northern continental U.S. standards. The city experiences four distinct seasons with considerable variance in day to day temperature, particularly during the colder weather season.

Major Attractions: CN Tower, SkyDome, Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto Islands, Toronto Zoo, Royal Ontario Museum.


蒙特利爾 Montreal

Montreal is the second-largest city in Canada and the largest city in the province of Quebec. Montreal is located in the southwest of the province of Quebec, approximately 275 kilometres (168 miles) southwest of Quebec City, the provincial capital, and 190 kilometres (118 mi) east of Ottawa, the federal capital. Formerly the largest metropolis of Canada, it is the second-largest French-speaking city in the Western world after Paris, as well as the largest French-speaking city in the Western hemisphere. Other groups, such as Arabs, Latin American, South Asian, and Chinese are also large in number.

The city of Montreal is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic, however, church attendance in Quebec is among the lowest in Canada.[23] Some 84.56 percent of the total population is Christian,[24] largely Roman Catholic (74.51%), which is largely due to French, Italian and Irish origins.

With an impressive array of prestigious institutions active in all the arts, Montreal has established itself both locally and worldwide as a leading cultural center. Montreal has a vast network of museums, art galleries and exhibition centers. Music lovers couldn't ask for more in Montreal. In addition to the National Theater School of Canada, many theater troupes and companies make their home in Montreal. Moreover, the Montreal area is a true hub for innovation in contemporary and classical dance.

Montreal lies at the confluence of several climatic regions and thus the climate in Montreal varies greatly. In general, the climate is humid continental.

Major Attractions: Basilique Notre-Dame, Olympic Stadium, St. Joseph Oratory, Biodome de Montreal, Montreal Botanical Garden, Mountain Royal.


洛磯山脈 Rocky Mountains

The Rocky Mountains, often called the Rockies, are a broad mountain range in western North America. The Rocky Mountains stretch more than 4,800 kilometers (3,000 miles) from northernmost part of British Columbia in Canada, to New Mexico. The elevations range from about 1,500 meters along the plains to 4,399 meters, and the widths range from 120 to 650 kilometers.


The Rockies were formed in the Mesozoic and Early Cenozoic eras during the Cordilleran orogeny. They are geologically complex, with remnants of an ancestral Rocky Mt. system and evidence that uplift, which involved almost all mountain-building processes (see mountain ), occurred as a series of pulses over millions of years.

The attractions in this region are geared towards the outdoors, taking full advantage of the natural geography of the area. Downhill and alpine skiing, snowmobiling, rock climbing, spelunking, hiking and wilderness camping are just a few of the many recreational opportunities available to visitors. The small, mountain towns that are speckled throughout also add to the experience, with their small gift shops, local restaurants and friendly disposition all making any visit memorable.

The Rocky Mountains have a highland climate. Predicting weather in the Rocky Mountains is nearly impossible. Conditions can change rapidly from hot and sunny to cold and stormy in a matter of minutes.

Major Attractions: Banff National Park, Yoho National Park, Kootenay National Park, Jasper National Park


西雅圖 Seattle

The greater Seattle area is home to 2.8 million people. Seattle is surrounded by water and mountains and the citys attraction lies in not only the stunning views from the top of the Space Needle, but also in the natural landscape surrounding it.

Despite a reputation for rain, Seattle is a hotbed of activity in the Pacific Northwest. Located just two hours south of Vancouver, Canada, the city of Seattle is an international port that boasts three professional sports teams, hundreds of restaurants, a myriad of cultural venues and a lifestyle that is unique to the Pacific Northwest.

Recreation abounds here, with golfing, skiing, hiking and camping all within close proximity to the city center. The Pike Place Market is one of the more well known attractions within the city, boasting a variety of shops, fresh food and other services. The Northwest Seaport Maritime Heritage Center is a popular destination for history enthusiasts, as it features an 1897 schooner and other nautical exhibits. Families enjoy visiting the over 1,100 animals, reptiles and birds that make the Woodland Park Zoo their home. The Seattle Aquarium also draws sightseers to its adorable marine mammals, underwater dome and interactive exhibits.

Seattle has a mild climate that is usually classified as Marine west coast. The spring, late fall, and winter are filled with days when it does not rain but looks as if it may because of cloudy, overcast skies. As for temperature, winters are cool and wet with average lows around 35–40°F (2–4 °C) on winter nights. Colder weather can occur at times, but seldom lasts more than a few days. Summers are dry and warm, with average daytime highs around 75–80°F (24–27°C). Hotter weather can also occur, but usually only during a few days of the summer.

Major Attractions: Space Needle, Seattle Center, Pioneer Square, The Waterfront, Boeing Factory, Snoqualmie Fall.


洛杉磯 Los Angeles

Los Angeles is city of dreams, fashion and Hollywood. It is the quintessential 21st century American city. The city embraces and absorbs everything in its path - from culture to food to people – and makes it its own. It reflects and (to some) warps it back in a manner that is uniquely L.A.

L.A. is America’s Dream Factory and the creating of that fantasy rubs off on the citizens who actually live here. Take the base of the American spirit that anything is possible, add in the belief that life is like a movie, and add lots of sunshine – you can reinvent yourself and anything really is possible. No matter your nationality, you too can travel halfway around the world to win an Oscar®, live in Beverly Hills, or come penniless from a small Austrian village and become governor of the state.

The city has everything, whether you’re jet setting, roughing it, or in between. L.A. is cosmopolitan, quaint, crazy, quiet, sophisticated, down-home and everything in between. There is wealth as well as poverty, sometimes only blocks away. You can have and see it all.

Geographically, L.A. County really encompasses hundreds of suburbs and other cities. The city of Los Angeles itself encompasses the ‘downtown’ area, much of the urban vicinity to the west and northwest, and a narrow corridor extending south of the center. However, many famous locations such as Beverly Hills and Santa Monica are actually independent cities on their own and not legally part of L.A. But of course, outside of city politics, no one really makes that distinction. So, while we’re really crossing legal boundaries, we just call most of it all Los Angeles.

L.A. is all about the neighborhoods (some, as mentioned, are technically cities) – many are world famous – BEVERLY HILLS, HOLLYWOOD, UNIVERSAL CITY, MALIBU, SANTA MONICA, VENICE, BURBANK, SAN FERNANDO VALLEY, PASADENA, CENTURY CITY, SOUTH CENTRAL (now SOUTH LOS ANGELES), as well as SOUTH BAY, WESTCHESTER, & EL SEGUNDO. Also included are the equally famous streets, such as SUNSET BLVD, MELROSE AVE, OLVERA ST, RODEO DRIVE, SANTA MONICA BLVD, and MULHOLLAND DRIVE.

The city is situated in a Mediterranean climate zone (Koppen climate classification Csb on the coast, Csa inland), experiencing mild, reasonably wet winters and warm to hot, mildly humid summers. Generally the weather is dry in all seasons, but can be cool in the winter.

Major Attractions: Universal Studio Hollywood, The Getty Center, Kodak Theatre


拉斯維加斯 Las Vegas

Las Vegas (often abbreviated as "Vegas") is the most populous city in the state of Nevada, United States, the seat of Clark County, and an internationally known vacation, shopping, entertainment, and gambling destination. It was established in 1905 and officially became a city in 1911. It is the largest U.S. city founded in the 20th century.

The name Las Vegas is often applied to the unincorporated areas of Clark County that surround the city, especially the resort areas on and near the Las Vegas Strip. This 4½ mi (7.2 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is mostly outside the Las Vegas city limits, in the unincorporated towns of Paradise and Winchester.

The center of gambling in the United States, Las Vegas is marketed as The Entertainment Capital of the World and is famous for its massive, lavish casino resorts. It is also commonly known as Sin City, due to the popularity of legalized gambling, availability of alcoholic beverages at any time (as is true throughout Nevada), and various forms and degrees of adult entertainment. Although prostitution is legal in most of Nevada, it is not legal in Clark County. The city's glamorous image has made it a popular setting for films and television programs.

Las Vegas' climate is typical of the Mojave Desert, in which it is located, marked with hot summers, mild winters, abundant sunshine year-round, and very little rainfall.

Major Attractions: Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon, Lake Mead, Valley of Fire State Park


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