Kingston, Canada. The city has a population of 124,000. It is not the smallest city, but it has been the first capital in Canadian history. The capital of China's Guwenli is called Beijing, so Canadian Chinese are more accustomed to refer to the Chinese translation of Kingston (King's City) as Kingston.
Since Kingston is the node between the three most important cities in eastern Canada (Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa), visitors to the Canton area will stop at Kingston Town but stay. The impression is beautiful!
Tourists arrive at the old train station square, and the city hall is opposite. Here you can see what a small station in the early days of the Pacific Railway looked like, and a retired steam locomotive. Next to it is the sea of Lake Ontario, where many gull birds fly for food.
The day I arrived was exactly the weekend. Near the old railway station, the streets behind the city hall became a temporary market. At this time, it seems that a city has turned into a big market, and the cars come and go. There are a wide variety of food and fruit daily necessities and handicrafts on the stalls. A graceful grandmother carefully chained the pearls to make me stay for a long time.
I also saw the unique maple syrup in Canada. I remembered a funny and well-matched phrase - "I remember that when I used the bottle of gorgeous maple syrup to supplement the meal, I thought it was just like this. It is the spring breeze, the sweetness of the silk, and the unique taste of the maple leaf. Suddenly, the yearning for the 'Maple Leaf Country' is blooming."