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Travel Blogs from Toronto
... from Islamic to Aboriginal Art,
which I was really impressed by. They had the infamous art of Monet and Rubens,
as well as the American Gothic, which is basically two grumpy oldies looking
angry with pitchforks. It was marvellous. Finally, we took a look at the
infamous Bean. Not of the English comedy variety, but rather a black sculpture
of a bean. Pretty self explanatory really but people were loving it, taking
selfies, the vain ones enjoying ...
... 8217;s a bit healthier. Most of the shops here are high end fashion with price tags to match. Although we didn’t buy anything…actually we didn’t really look at anything… .it was a pleasant walk.
We meet more witnesses on the street and we commented to them about the food and they also say that it is hard in the city, that you really need to get out a bit to ...
... waxwork museum, a Guinness world records place,
where we took photos of ourselves with a model of the tallest man in the world,
and we even checked out the Skywheel. We came across a creepy Elvis
impersonator, one of these human statues, who decided to throw beads on top of
kids for money. Standard. As we walked
up and down, we couldn’t avoid a Canadian Indian playing his drum loudly and
singing, all in his battledress. Interesting ...
... this 'farm' type shop. The pies smelt good but we were still full from lunch and slightly sleepy after dozing on the bus.
We reached our hotel in Toronto at about 5.30pm and chilled out for a few hours before going out to explore the neighbourhood around the hotel. We stumbled on quite a large gay village two blocks away so found somewhere to have a drink and people watch. It was nice to chill out a bit after a very hectic few days.
... with all respect to their potent attacking style and success in Africa, if they falter again Iran, they will find it tough to regroup. The Bosnians are many experts' favourite to qualify but their inexperience at this stage is going to be monumental in their success and facing Argentina in their World Cup debut does not help.
Group G... Germany, Ghana, Portugal and USA
The German machine is back with a vengeance. USA is determined as ever ...
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