Mentor, OHIO, US
This place is special to me because this is the first place that I ever travelled to outside of the United States. The city is a beautiful place to visit because of all the attractions that exhibit the culture of Canada. Here I show some of my favorite places that I visited while there and would recommend to anyone who goes there!
Bienvenue à Montréal! This city is all about joie de vivre (we speak French and English - and another 15 languages at home). See flames dancing on the water at the fountain La Joute, hear tam tams at the feet of the mountain, stroll through the gay village, have a dinner on the Plateau, get a little taste of everything at Jean Talon market, go shopping at the downtown boutiques, experience a tropical forest in Biodome, climb all the way to the illuminated cross on the top of Mont Royal and see the whole city from above - you'll love it!
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As a North Carolinian and an alumni of UNC, I had to create a map of Chapel Hill, NC when I discovered They Draw & Travel. This college town is steeped in history and tradition so I thought what better way to share Chapel Hill with you than to begin with a win over 'Dook' at the Dean Dome, followed by a trip north through the campus to celebrate on Franklin St. and finally kicking back on the front porch at the Carolina Inn. Visit Chapel Hill once and you'll understand why it gained the nickname, 'The Southern Part of Heaven.'
This map is a conceptual visualization of the 5 boroughs. Each borough has a different feeling. There are different styles of architecture and sights. I feel like a tourist in New York City when I go to a different neighborhood and I wanted to capture that feeling.