The recipient of a juris doctor from Syracuse University School of Law, Christopher Stender is an experienced immigration attorney who has practiced with a Phoenix, Arizona-based firm since 2012. In his spare time, Christopher Stender enjoys traveling with his wife and four children. He has been to more than two dozen countries, including Canada.
As the world's second-largest country in terms of land mass, Canada boasts diverse landscapes and numerous natural wonders in addition to vibrant cities. Listed below are three must-visit attractions in the country.
1. Niagara Falls - Located along the American border just a short drive from Toronto, Niagara Falls attracts millions of tourists each year. The actual falls are a 57-meter drop and are worth the visit in itself. However, the nearby town and its carnival-like atmosphere adds to the attractiveness of the region as a tourist hub.
2. Lunenberg - Based in the province of Nova Scotia, this small town remains relatively unchanged from its 18th century roots as a British settlement and, for that reason, was designated a Canadian National Historic District and UNESCO World Heritage site.
3. Hotel de Glace - This Quebec City hotel is one of the most unique in the world as it is constructed on an annual basis with more than 15,000 tonnes of snow. It features 36 rooms, as well as an outdoor spa and bar. Also, because of the cold temperatures, guests sleep in arctic sleeping bags