Travel Blogs from Toronto
... 60s when they were built.
It was a short 1 hr flight. You ...
... my lecture shot him down, saying 'well, it’s just a wheelbarrow really!’ I left that lecture smiling.
On Friday, I went with some other lovely international students to a Poetry slam. We went to an Ethiopian restaurant before, which was properly tasty! It was a tear and share plate, and I enjoyed it so much that I advanced cautiously beyond my territory, taking as much of my neighbour’s bit as was socially acceptable. On the ...
... with the iPad to follow the route we head out at lunch time and Toronto is warm again but the breeze is so much cooler so its tolerable to walk.
After another pub lunch we walk along King Street to head out to point number 1 - the CN tower. This is visible from the apartment so we know the walk will be short. The development around Jyoti and Mitesh's place continues into Downtown. Lots of things being built and lots of construction sites every where. ...
... sword, stuck inside the ground for safe keeping. The smell of musky lake water, and city smog over comes me as I watch in awe as the lake reflects the glowing lights of the city. It gives the illusion that it too is glowing like a rainbow. I reach my hand out trying to feel the soft glow of the lights, but only manage to feel the cool breeze of the wind.
... br> - Sleep eye mask
- Small drawstrings pack for day wear
What was too much:
- The black closed shoes. I was thinking it would be useful for cold evenings out or nice restaurant dates. But evenings were not that cold (and I could wear my running shoes if needed), and for nice restaurant dates, I would rather walk in my comfy Birks than less comfy black shoes.
- Scarves. I only used 2 out of the 3 scarves I brought.
- There was ...
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