Where Did I stay?
Of course, there are plenty of places to stay in Toronto, Canada. I chose the Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre.
I used the hop on and hop off city bus tour of Toronto.
- Hop-on hop-off tour of Toronto with 21 convenient stops.
- 2 days of unlimited rides on trolley or double-decker bus.
Some of the stops include:
- Dundas Square / Eaton Centre
- Casa Loma
- Bata Shoe Museum
- Yorkville / ROM / Gardiner
- AGO / Chinatown / Kensington
- CN Tower North / MTCC
- Info Centre / Harbourfront
- Hockey Hall of Fame
- St. Lawrence Market
- Distillery District
My top 3 would be CN Tower, Eaton Centre, and Casa Loma!
360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower
One of Toronto’s finest features Canadian cuisine combined with an outstanding revolving view of Toronto more than 350 meters (1,150 ft) below.
I tried the Ontario Chicken Ballotine with Quebec Foie Gras with a Ceasar salad.
Pricing ranges from a 2 course for $65 and 3 course for $79.
The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall in the downtown core of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Casa Loma has five acres of gardens. An underground tunnel connects Casa Loma to the Hunting Lodge and to the stables (garage, potting shed, stalls, carriage room and tack rooms).
It is most famous for serving as a location for movies such as X–Men. (Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters)