Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Travel Report

Montreal, Canada
Imagine visiting a beautiful, French-Canadian city that is peaceful and stunning. This sensational city is named Montreal. Montreal is located in Canada and is the second largest city in that country. It is also the second largest French-speaking city in the world, after Paris. I am going to be explaining what represents Montreal, the food and sports, and their everyday culture.
As you probably know, Canada is known for producing maple syrup. Montreal is notorious for making up 85% of the maple syrup in Canada. Another important thing in this city is its hundreds of elegant churches. Most people go to Montreal just to see the churches because of their beauty and history. The art galleries, museums, and music are also interesting places to visit.
Something that is important to Montreal is their food and sports. The most common foods found there is maple syrup, bagels, and smoked meat. Two sports often played there are professional football and ice hockey. Ice Hockey is their most famous, well-known sport. Montreal is proud to be home for their hockey team, named the Montreal Canadiens.
Culture in the city is what makes them unique and special. Montreal is all about eating. They have the finest restaurants and the waiters won’t come every five minutes and bug you as you’re eating. Also, Montreal has a custom of kissing someone on both cheeks as a friendly greeting. This custom is just a way of saying hello. The climate in Montreal consists of warm, humid summers and very cold winters.
Montreal, Canada is definitely somewhere I am going to be visiting someday because there are many things to do there. I hope you want to visit there, too.

Bibliography
Travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/top10/foods-to-eat-in-quebec/
Travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/montreal-cultural-tips/