Visit the tower, spend an evening along the lake, have a great chilly hotdog and shop till you have no more space in your suitcase.
Fondest memory: The beautiful snow, the great lights in Niagara Town at Christmas time and the Indian reservation.
When in Toronto, you must take in the district known as Queen West. It is fashion district, dance clubs, movies, lots of eateries and home to City TV where Electric Circus and much Music is taped. Chinatown is also nearby.
Fondest memory: I enjoy the cultural diversity of Toronto where everyone blends in and work together.
Favorite thing: 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.
Visitar la Ciudad que es moderna e interesante y sus lugares cercanos como son Lago Ontario, Niágara y sus cataratas. El reloj floral,y la zona denominada 'Mil Islas'
Fondest memory: La torre CN en la ciudad y la Skylon,desde cuya cima pueden observarse El Velo de Novia y La Herradura, El recorrido en el pequeño barco' Doncella de la Brisa' ( Maid of the Mist), a los pies de ambas cataratas, así como la navegación desde Rockport entre la gran cantidad de Islas en el límite de EU y Canadá. En el caudaloso Río San Lorenzo
Favorite thing: There are lots of restaurants to choose from on King Street. This is close to The C.N. Tower, The Skydome and The Eaton Centre.
207 Queen's Quay West
Toronto, M5J 1A7
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ok, this has nothing to do with Toronto, but look how fat I look in this pic!!! Yikes!
Fondest memory: By the looks of me, it must have been dinner.
Take time to see the interesting buildings and sculptures throughout the city.
Fondest memory: Walking in the city with my best friend Mike.
Toronto reminds me of Berlin. A lot see and do and is perfectly safe to walk around at any time of day and night.
Fondest memory: Taking a ferry to the islands vis-a-vis the city and walking or bicycling around them.
a city that never sleeps .....
nice tower , huge, but very very difficult to go on, because of the many long rows of people who want that too..... its the biggest tower in the world....
I recommend this hotel to everybody. I was only 2 nights here and it was for certain one of the best...more
I like it really much. Very clean, personnel was very professional, the suites are like a real home...more
This place was a shot in the arm for the Queen West West area when opened nearly 2 years ago. This...more