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By the time we touched down in Toronto we had only 15 hours before our flight out the next morning. In that time we had to get downtown, eat, unpack, pack, sleep, eat and get back to the ...
... , the process was very smooth and before I knew I was whisked onto a shuttle bus heading for my new Hostel in Downtown Toronto. After spending two weeks in frantic New York city, it was remarkably refreshing to find the people of Toronto ...
These few weeks at home in Ontario are going to be a very exciting time for us. We have the opportunity to visit family and friends that we have not seen in years! Must visit as many as possible, because after we 'jump the drink' we're not ...
... Argentina with a stop at Iguazu Falls before drifting as far south as the calendar will allow. Another brief stop in Toronto in October leads us east to the other side of the world again (flying the opposite way this time), touching down in ...
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Brookfield Place - Concourse Level, 30 Yonge Street (at Yonge & Front Sts.) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Honor the achievements of some of the greatest stars in hockey at this shrine to Canada's national sport.
52 Wellington St. E, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
This perennial favorite is a modern-day speakeasy. The cramped space -- it seats only 100 -- is below street level, yet feels intimate rather than claustrophobic. Live jazz, whether Dixieland, New Orleans, or swing, belts out 6 nights a week. The epicenter for the swing dance craze in Toronto, this is still the place to watch glam hepcats groove.
Bounded by Dundas St., Spadina Ave., Baldwin St., and Augusta Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
A primarily Jewish neighborhood until the 1950s, this area is now home to New Wave youths and a growing Vietnamese population.
301 Front St W, (at John St.) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The tallest building in the world is a must-see for visitors: on a clear day, the view from the top extends as far as Niagara Falls.