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... all been about beer though (Michael says that it's also been about cocktails sometimes too... haha). We started out with a walking tour of Kensington Market. Kensington Market is a suburb on the fringe of the city which began as a landing point for waves of poor immigrant families but over time has been the place to be for artists, hippies and in current times, hipsters. The tour led us through backstreets and laneways filled with ...
... Fort George was captured by U.S. forces in May 1813
at the Battle of Fort George. The American Army used the fort as a base
to invade Upper Canada, but were repelled at the Battles of Stoney Creek
and Beaver Dams. The fort was retaken by the British Army in December
of that year after U.S. forces abandoned the British side of the river.
... that run throughout the area, and between the trams and the four way intersections, no one really has any idea of the road rules.
We met up with our walking guide Mike Carter and began our walking tour at 2pm. We went through Chinatown, passed Little Italy, walked through the Kensington Markets and the main shopping street in Toronto. Mike was an enthusiastic bottle of information, and we covered everything from architecture ...
... costs I'm at just over half what the first night in Pittsfield, Mass cost to be in a middle of the road hotel.
Aside from the stretch through U of T on University, things were fairly vibrant for a Tuesday night. Most places were starting to shut down around 11, but people were still out and about. Whereas in Montreal, the bars picked up at 11:30. Each city has it's own rhythms, patterns and collective way of doing things. The trick is to decipher that ...
... as the Old Town is primarily a tourist area full of French style cafés, restaurants, hotels, museums etc. In QC we were not so lucky with the weather and the first full day we spent there was extremely windy so we were unable to spend much time outside, but day two was much better and we made up for what we had missed over the remaining time there, which was essentially walking all over the upper and lower sections of Old Quebec and through the Plains of Abraham. ...
Other places to stay in Toronto
Woodbine Corridor, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $122
Downtown, Toronto | 4 star motelfrom $59
West Toronto, Toronto | 2 star motelfrom $76
- So much for all Canadians being nice!
Cliffcrest, Toronto | Motelfrom $58