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650 Evans Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M8W-2W6, Canada
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Accessing Toronto by water

by KevinRuddle

I am wondering if / how/ where I am allowed to access Toronto restaurants by water? I am planning on arriving on my jet skiis this wekend as I am touring Lake Ontario. Is there any place I can stop and get a bite to eat?

Re: Accessing Toronto by water

by YVRDave

In the downtown area there are only docks, no beach, so arranged moorage would be needed. East and west, there are beaches that you can run up on. East by the Wind Surf and Sailing Club is a beach but, I don't know about restaurants. West by the 4 Points Sheraton there is a beach also.
Don't forget that wind and power don't always mix

Travel Tips for Toronto

Oh the weather outside is frightful!

by lohki

So winter here in Toronto... this is what my street looked like at 8 am on December 9th 2005.

Oh yes it all looks very pretty, but I assure you mukking through it all isn't very fun. Especially since it shall loose that pretty white glow in about an hour!

I find Jan - March the coldest months, often with very gloomy skies...not really a "favorite" thing! Of course we all still talk about the year Mel Lastman brought in the Army to "fight the snow."

I will confess that seeing the side streets packed with five to six foot snow banks was pretty crazy. The great thing about the snow here, is that it is really moist. Good packing snow for snowmen, forts and snow balls!

Visit Casa Loma. 1 Austin...

by aquatic

Visit Casa Loma. 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, Ontario
Also good for those who interested in architecture and decorative arts. Magnificent garden! Well organized tour inside and outside of Casa Loma built in 1911.

Some tips all in one stop

by graememooney

Getting away from the airport by public transit:
At both terminals on ground level there are public bus stops. Look for the express to Kipling Subway Station (I think it's #192). This will take you to the nearest subway stop, approximately 20 minutes away. This is the western-most stop on the Bloor/Danforth Line. If you are going centrally downtown you would take the train (either side of the platform) to either Spadina, St. George or Yonge Stations. These connect to the Yonge/Spadina line and by going south on this line, will take you to central downtown. Travel time in total would be under one hour. Cost is $2.75 per adult.

I'm not a fan of shopping, but many people that visit Toronto are - basically for UK visitors, what you get for £1 you can get for $1. So, basically your spending power is double here. The Eaton Centre is not the least expensive place to buy things, but it's worth a visit.

For our American cousins, don't forget your dollar is worth $1.25 (average) up here, so you're money goes further too.

I like the Eaton Centre for the architecture. It looks like crap from the outside but as you can see in the pic below, it's really cool inside.

Other things to do:
Hockey Hall of Fame:

Historic Fort York

The Beach:



by sandysmith

On the Skydome building look out for these unusual modern sculptures! - maybe this should be a tourist trap ;-)
They are created by Canadian artist Michael Snow and is called "The Audience" - a portrayal of fans.

What TO's great at

by spgood301

Toronto is truly one of the most multicultural cities around. It's got some wonderful neighborhoods, including Chinatown and Greektown. I spent part of my last visit at the "Taste of Danforth", a festival in Greektown. It had Greek food and drink, and lots of exhibits-inclucing the Toronto's beloved Maple Leafs,and an interactive exhibit on the Canadian Olympic team, sponsored by the CBC. It seemed like the whole city was out. The festival takes place in the summer (by the way, the weather was great!)

I've read that less than half ot Toronto's population comes from Canada. You'll see so many great people in TO-when you're there, walk through the different neighborhoods and enjoy!


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