Sisters in Toronto
Like i said before, the main reason I went to Toronto was to see Niagara Falls. It has been something I wanted to do since i was about 12 years old and our friend Magda went with her family. She brought back pictures and I knew I needed to come to this place.
What I loved about Toronto was that it never occured to me to come here, so i didnt really have expectation of this place. People talked about the diversity of Toronto and all that stuff but until you are there and experience it for yourself you really cant relate to it.
My sister and I walked all over the Financial and entertainment district unit late at night and we always felt pretty safe. I felt like Michelle and I bonded during this trip and we had the best time. She was an awesome travel companion! I cant wait for the next trip.
So many things to see and do,...
So many things to see and do, it's impossible to list
CN tower, Ontario Place, Harbourfront, St. Lawrence Market, Kensington Market, High Park, Toronto Zoo, Wonderland, The Exhibition Place
Night life, restaurants, theaters, after-hour spots
Go shopping Great Shopping, Friendly People, Relatively Safe and Clean
Even a Pigeon Needs a Ride
This was taken on Highway 400 heading south to Toronto, as we were stuck in traffic. I know that they have to get the pigeons around, but it still struck me as amusing. Transport for lazy/tired pigeons! (I sometimes have a strange sense of humour)
visit Yorkville St.
visit Yorkville St.
Yorkville offers some of the best upscale fashion shopping experiences in Town. If names like Tiffany, Armani, Prada and Versace, make your heart race this is the place to go.
Nearby Yorkville there is Toronto's most upscale mall along with fine restaurants, boutiques as well as world class Galleries to explore.
Loonys and Toonys
If you are going to be dealing with Canadian money, the most important thing to remember is that a "Loony" is a copper coin worth $1.00 and a "Toony" is a silver and copper coin worth $2.00! Don't get them mixed up with other pocket change!
Note: There are no $1.00 bills used.