The Art Explorers arrive in North America to explore Ottawa, a city that was once a central trading post in times past thanks to the Ottawa River system, and which is now the capital of Canada. Regina and Pat visit historic Parliament Hill, tour the sprawling groups of Rideau Hall, and take an evening boat ride along the pristine Ottawa River. The Art Explorers also discover a prairie atop the architecturally significant Canadian War Museum, and even cook with a Master Chef at the world famous Cordon Blue Cooking School.
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