I noticed the blog was getting a little too heavy, so I thought today that I'd share some places with you to have fun in Toronto, if you're so inclined. At least these are places where I have had fun there.
St. Lawrence Market on a Saturday morning (92 Front Street East). Be sure and check out the cheese shop! Yum.
Nathan Phillips Square in the Winter (100 Queen St. W.). Bring your skates and trip around the ice. Get some fries and poutine from the van on Queen Street W. when you get cold.
Toronto Eaton Centre anytime at all (The Centre is bordered by Dundas Street (north), Yonge Street (east), Queen Street (south), and Bay Street (west). Conveniently located on both the subway (TTC) and PATH system). If you like to shop - and who doesn't sometimes - there is more to see at Eaton Centre than you can shake a fist at. And there's always a good people watching show going on at Dundas Square.
PATH - "PATH is downtown Toronto's underground walkway linking 27 kilometres of shopping, services and entertainment. Follow PATH and you'll reach your downtown destination easily in weatherproof comfort." This place is fun to get lost in - though you're never really lost. Nice weird shops to discover on a winter day.
The Entertainment District (bordered by Queen Street W., Younge Street, Lakeshore Blvd. and Spadina Ave.) Go on, see a show! There's always something cooking at night. The district is so big, there HAS to be!
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