Toronto is a mix of contradictions: massive, vibrant, sprawling, walkable. . . and never,ever boring.
A city of neighborhoods
Toronto is a multifaceted place, a city of neighborhoods
Downtown Toronto is the financial heart of Canada and has the bank towers to prove it!
Construction Crazy: City of Cranes
I Spy the CN Tower
A vibrant downtown
The Distillery District
Toronto’s old distilling district lies at the edge of downtown. It’s been redeveloped into a hip neighborhood anchored by the brick industrial buildings of over a hundred years ago.
Wandering the Distillery District (June 2013)
The Distillery District in Black and White
The Toronto Islands
- Party on Center Island
- Cruising the Harbor and Toronto Islands
Things to see and do in Toronto
Museums and Attractions
- CN Tower
- Casa Loma
- Art Gallery of Ontario
- Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
- Royal Ontario Museum
- Toronto-Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art
- Textile Museum
- McMichael Canadian Art Collection
- Allen Gardens
- The Atrium at Brookfield Place
- City Hall Plaza
- Skyscraper City
Toronto is filled with great restaurants. Here are a few we visited on our 2013 visit.
- An Old Door in Toronto (June 6, 2013)
- Need a Little Space at the Bar? – Brookfield Place (June 20, 2013)
- Return Trips: Museums and More (May 26, 2013)
2013 Toronto travel journals
In the spring of 2013 I spent about a week in Toronto, drawn there by the TBEX travel blogging conference. In the days before and after the conference I had time to get acquainted with the city I had met only so briefly years before.
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