Many people mistakenly think that Toronto is the capital of Canada. Actually, its capital is the city where I am now, Ottawa. Just after a heavy snowfall in early April, Ottawa seems to be baptized, and the sky is particularly clear and transparent. If you are on a tight day, choose a few classic places: - Capitol Hill, made up of three Gothic buildings, is the seat of the Canadian federal government and is a symbol of Ottawa and even Canada. - Peace Pagoda, known as the world's finest Gothic building, is also the tallest building in the Capitol. - The Changming Fire Station was built to commemorate the founding of Canada for a hundred years and has been burning since 1967. The three places above are all in the same place and it is very convenient to visit. Ridau Canal: The 202-kilometer canal smashes the history of the city, and every Ottawa is proud of the important historical and historical status of the Rideau Canal. National Art Museum: Canada's cultural treasures and collections of art and culture, the works of famous Renaissance artists and world-class artists have been exhibited and treasured here. National History Museum: It is a good place to learn about Canada's 20,000 years of human history, human history, and people's cultural diversity. Check in at the "Lord Elgin Hotel", all of which are within 2 km of the nearby area and within walking distance.