With a population of about 5 million, Toronto is a bustling, cosmopolitan city. It is the business center of Canada and also shares many recreational and cultural facilities with millions of visitors each year.
Toronto is also the Canadian center for education, technology, entertainment, and industry. Toronto is located on Lake Ontario, the 8th largest freshwater lake in the world, and has over 1,500 parks, including sports parks, trails, recreation centers and botanical gardens & conservatories.
San Francisco, California
San Francisco is small and cozy, full of mysteries and odd things.
The weather of Lapland is cold. Summer is short. There are big hills with no trees on top of them. Reindeer live in Lapland. You can see northern lights in the sky.
When the light is just right, Tromsø looks like something from an animated film. In the midst of an unpeopled hinterland of Arctic wilderness lies this sheltered harbour surrounded by majestic geological creations of mountain and fjord.
Switzerland is a winter wonderland, if you can brave the cold! Skiing in the Alps, visiting brightly lit Christmas markets, tasting different varieties of cheese –these are just a few ways to enjoy Swiss winters like a local.
New York City
New York City, officially the City of New York, historically New Amsterdam, the Mayor, Alderman, and Commonality of the City of New York, and New Orange, byname the Big Apple, city and port located at the mouth of the Hudson River, southeastern New York state, northeastern U.S.
It is the largest and most influential American metropolis, encompassing Manhattan and Staten islands, the western sections of Long Island, and a small portion of the New York state mainland to the north of Manhattan. New York City is in reality a collection of many neighbourhoods scattered among the city’s five boroughs—Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island—each exhibiting its own lifestyle.