On explore la ville de Québec!

In Autumn: In Autumn I would watch a hockey game, visit the Saint-Roch Church to listen to music of all kinds, and go to parks for fresh air.
In Winter: In Winter I would Ski in one of the 4 ski resorts, ride a snowmobile on one of the mountains, and I would ice skate in the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency.

Capitale Helicotere: If I were to go to Quebec I would choose this tour. The tour is by helicopter, and you go to see many famous places in Quebec. The reason why I would choose this tour is because you get to go on a helicopter, and you get to the city from a birds eye view.

Spring: Chasse/Hunting: you can do this in the mountain area in Quebec, I chose it because I would very much like to wield a gun. Peche/Fishing: you can do this in lakes, I chose it because it is something I like to do. Cyclisme/Biking: You can do this in any tour of Quebec, it is nice because you can explore the city on bike.

Summer: Plages et Baignade/Swimming in the beach, this sport is done in beaches, I chose it because I like swimming in the ocean. Rafting/Rafting, This sport is done in small fast flowing rivers, I chose this because I have never done it before and it seems fun. Parc Aquatique/Waterparks, I chose it because it is just fun.

Autumn: Equitation/Horse riding: I would do this because I have never tried it before. Velo de montagne/Mountain biking: I chose this because it is challenging and fun, you can do this on many mountains in Quebec.

Winter: Patins sur glace/Ice skating: I chose this because in japan we normally don’t do it and there are few areas to do it, in Quebec you can do it in any ice skating rink. Motoneige/Snowmobiling: I would like to do this because I have never done it before and it seems fun, you can do it in the mountains in Quebec.

In Quebec they speak French differently, here are a few examples of some things they say differently compared to the things they say in France. In Quebec they say, Baignade, in France they say natation. Another example is that they say soccer and in France they say football.


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