Canada outdoor activities and cuisine
By Anna Levand
Skating and swimming in Canada
Ice skating in winter is available
almost everywhere in Canada. Skating rinks are open to visitors during
certain hours if there are no hockey games. Outdoor skating rinks at
ponds, lakes and city squares are in good condition and provide
excellent skating freestyle.
You can do swimming in the most recreation and leisure centres sports halls and in some hotels.
Cuisine in Canada
has no special dishes that are typically Canadian. Like the biggest
part of Canada culture their food is ethnic. As a result, you have a
great choice of places for lunch and the food is of excellent quality.
will not have any problems to choose something suiting for your taste
in Canada and you will always find a place where you can eat no matter
how late it can be.
In provinces of Canada located at the Atlantic
Ocean coast the most popular is seafood, unlike other parts of Canada,
where the choice of a multinational restaurant is huge, and most of them
are privately owned or managed by a small local link.
there is also offered a large choice of dishes at any snack bar, a large
portion is from $ 1 to $ 8. Lunch usually costs about $ 10, dinner is
about $ 15.
Such French food as as poutine (Quebec recipe of a dich
from potatoes, souce and cheese) can be tasted anywhere in Canada.
Quebec offers the best range of French food, which being cooked in a
Canadian manner takes a different look and taste as compared with the
exact same dish in Europe.
Local Indians food is usually cooked on
the basis of venison, buffalo meat and pheasant. These meats are very
healthy and if you have such an opportunity be sure to taste them.
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