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The artsy Fremont neighborhood ("Center of the Universe") features a number of pieces of interesting public art. Take the self-guided walking tour to stop and admire all the sights. If you visit in the summer, you can catch the annual Solstice Fair and Parade for an even bigger art fix.
Kleve is a little town in the West of Germany, near the Dutch border. Almost everything you need in life is closeby (that is what the slogan means): shopping in individual shops - that sometimes already are managed by the same family in the third generation, lots of nature for making beautiful bicycle- and walking tours (it is nice and flat!) but also lots of culture.
The south slope of Coquitlam was populated in the early 1900s by French Canadian mill workers, on unceded First Nations land. Many street names in the neighbourhood reflect the vibrant Francophone community that grew around Fraser Mills which closed in 2001. "Festival du Bois" is an annual local celebration of Maillardville's heritage.
I love exploring the Isle of Skye and have spent quite a bit of time on the North end of the Island. It has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, with dramatic coastlines, coral beaches and rugged mountains. There's always whales, seals and an abundance of birds to spot and as it's known as the Misty Isle, you have to be patient and may get wet, which is all part of the fun! Here's a few of my favourite places to visit...
Aurora, Illinois has the distinction of being the first city in the United States to install electric streetlights in 1881 and is also home to the most excellent Wayne and Garth. But as anyone with young children at home knows, none of that stuff matters much to them. Instead, I created this map of my hometown from my kids' point of view and included all their important landmarks: ice cream, giant dogs, construction equipment, cows, corn dogs, eagles/seagulls (to anyone under 5, they're the same thing), helicopters, chickens, and most importantly, playgrounds.