We are a fun loving duo of friends who love to travel, cook, and meet new people.
Large park just west of downtown. Prepare a picnic and spend the afternoon enjoying the lovely scenery.
The curent featured exhibit is the Blue Whale. Check out the ROM Summer Fridays with discounted admission from 5:30-8:30 pm and live music until 9.
With lots of Canadian wildlife featured, this attraction is captivating for all ages.
Eat your way through Toronto's largest food market, where you can find both fresh produce, meats and cheese, as well as prepared meals. Arrive early to try a peameal breakfast sandwich from Carouse... 続きを読む
Feeling a little extra fearless? Try the Skywalk!
Catch a Blue Jay's game here, rain or shine!
Eclectic, colourful and vibrant, this proud Toronto neighbourhood downtown is full of independent restaurants and shops, fresh fruit and vegetable markets, clothing, trinkets and incense from India... 続きを読む
A bustling public open space downtown, hosting various activities, festivals, concerts, and more. It's also next to the Eaton Centre so you can do some shopping!
From Wikipedia: The Distillery District is a commercial and residential district in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located east of downtown, it contains numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops housed wit... 続きを読む
The Drake Hotel is a long-standing piece of Toronto history, that with a rejuvenation 15 years ago, has become one of the coolest spots in Queen West. There are various rooms, including a restauran... 続きを読む
The Harbourfront Centre is the location of many food, arts and cultural festivals. Check out their calendar here: http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/whatson/today.cfm
The scene of many of the Toronto International Film Festival events, the TIFF Bell Lightbox also hosts many other film fests. Have a happy hour drink at the bar (weekdays every evening after 4 pm) ... 続きを読む
Delicious, Neapolitan style wood oven fired pizzas. This is the original location, but you can find 2 more nearby: 545 King St. West and 155 University Ave. Come early and prepare for a bit of a wa... 続きを読む
Wine, liquor and spirits. Closed early on Sundays and all day on public holidays.
Delicious Italian restaurant on Queen St. West. They take reservations as well as walk ins. Stop by for lunch or dinner after taking a walk or after some shopping.
Yorkville is the place to be if you're looking for high end retail brands like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes, and many more.
Delicious brunch place. Often very busy so come early!
Great for spice lovers! Khao San Road customizes spice levels and makes great Thai. This place gets very busy fast, so I encourage you to go early. It is a 4 minute walk from the apartment. Easy to... 続きを読む
Movie theatre, major location for Toronto International Film Festival events.
Trinity Bellwoods is a large city park full of life. On a sunny day you'll have hipsters lying on blankets, families enjoying picnics and playing with frisbees, couples walking their dogs, musician... 続きを読む
Vegan restaurant nearby, serving great food and healthy smoothies.
Visitors who want to be closer to the ground can take the short, scenic ferry ride over to the Toronto Islands, which provides a wonderful view (and photo opportunity!) of the city skyline.
With m... 続きを読む
West Queen Street is full of many small and independent shops, everything from boutique clothing stores to antiques, quirky and glam.
This is a fun place to be in Toronto in the summer. Pack a picnic, rent a paddle board or join a game of beach volleyball. You can bike, rollerblade, scooter or run and along the paved pathways and... 続きを読む
Great Thai food, mild spice. Get there early (or late,) as this place fills up quickly.
The Mirvish Theatre plays a host to many great musicals and theatre productions in Toronto.
Fast food burger joint, with yummy fresh ground burgers. Check out their secret menu here --> http://www.theburgerspriest.com/secret-menu/
Open early and late night from 6 am-3am daily, you can find lots of great eats at almost all hours. Try the peking duck poutine, yum