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Places to Visit

by seehashmat

Hi....I am new to this forum.....i am traveling to canada in april but dont know much about it....can anyone tell me which tourist places i can visit.
i am going to toronto , missagua.
Thanks for your replys....

Re: Places to Visit

by Donna_in_India

Hi - check out the CN Tower, take a ferry to Centreville/Toronto Islands, go to the Hockey Hall of Fame, go to Eaton Centre, Ontario Place, Royal Ontario Museum and take a trip to Niagara Falls!. Lots of good ethnic (especially Indian) restuarants in Mississauga. Check VT tips in Toronto for further info. Happy Travels!

Re: Places to Visit

by seehashmat

Thanks Donna....will visit these places.....

Re: Places to Visit

by Canguy

True all those places deserve a visit or two.
Must visit also include the Distillery District, Chinatown [there are several of them], St. Lawrence Market on a Saturday morning, and the Uiversity of Toronto, downtown campus, makes for a great walk on a sunny afternoon.

Travel Tips for Toronto

University Tip

by msison

I lived in Toronto for 3 years while in University. I attended York University.

My favourite place in Toronto has to be hands down the people. I live in Miami, but Toronto will always be my home.

My heart was left in Toronto after all the great people I met there and still am in touch with. My fondest memory has to be when I met my boyfriend Victor in school and went to see Mamma Mia! at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

Thanks for the best 3 years at York Founders Falcons.....

Toronto is a large and complex...

by roadrulz

Toronto is a large and complex city. Obvious must see is the engineering phenom called the CN Tower. For approximately 15 dollars canadian you can take a a 35 second elevator ride at 20 km/h to the tallest observation deck in the world. Beautiful panorama of the city from up there, and a good view of the SkyDome, the worlds first sports stadium with a retractible roof. Yes it opens and closes in about half an hour. There is alot of bars and the nightlife is second to none. A very diverse city you can go to such ethnic places as Little Italy, or Chinatown practically every nationality is represented with a small area in the city. You get genuine articles and food from all these places which makes Toronto a place you can never get bored of. A new discovery of about 5 years to me is Ashbridge's Bay which is a awesome beach with a boardwalk where you can bicycle or roller blade along the beach. Toronto is definately becoming one of the world's elite cities.

Toronto Tip

by allycat1

Going clubbing in the summer. I love Toronto in the summer. Going for dinner with friends and sitting on some pattio drinking till the city picks up. Come 10:00 the city comes alive. Go to any club of your choice and when that closes go to a nice after hours.

Enjoy Filipino Dish While in Toronto

by freddie18

If you travel to Toronto and you want to have a taste of Filipino or Philippine dishes, come to Casa Manila.

Some of the dishes we ordered are clockwise: Ginataang Langka, Apritada, Lechon, Bopis, and White Rice. Halo-Halo is not shown here but this is my favourite dessert.

Get detailed information on the website I provided below.

Orange Creamsicles

by j-san

The summer in Toronto was hot. Now I usually don't eat ice-cream, maybe twice a year, however when in Rome... I consumed so much ice-cream while wandering the streets. It was fun to pop into corner stores and go through their selection. My favorite hands down was the Orange Creamsicle! Vanilla ice-cream on the inside, orange ice on the outside. mmm...


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