111 Places in Toronto That You Must Not Miss by Anita Mai Genua (103)

This book highlights how wonderful Toronto is and how many real live treasures there are, from fine restaurants, parks, recreational places, spas, and much, much more. Toronto is one of the most wonderful cities that I had the pleasure of living in for over 11 years. It is and always will be a city I am not only I love with but also that puts a smile on my face.

This book does a great job highlighting all the wonderful things about Toronto. There are so many nooks and crannies that are splendid as well as wonderful all around the city in places that you would least expect. This is what makes Toronto such a great place to visit and if you are lucky to live in.

Toronto from its beginnings is an exemplary and dynamic city. It is also a treasure throve of obscure, trend-setting and quintessentially Canadian places.

For instance, visit a house completely covered in a mosaic of toys. Boogie down in your own private disco–in a bathroom stall?!! See out Indigenous culture and history in a giant Inukshuk guiding the way, a spiritual symbol from a tattoo parlour or a traditional longhouse right downtown.

You can enjoy contemporary dining in a restaurant serving Canadian dishes from as far back as 1604. Shop for species and herbs in the largest indoor Asian Mall in North America. Chew on spicy Caribbean fare or grab a dreamy, creamy latte with friends at a coffee-house.

Toronto is a place where you can enjoy hiking, canoeing, sledding, skating, and, of course, hockey, as well as world-class art and architecture, innovative food and a lively music scene.

The photographs illustrate just how vibrant Toronto is and will always be. All the people in the photos are happy and so grateful to be part of such a wonderful place.

What a city, what a place!!!  I just love the visit Toronto, and always try to get there once or twice every year.


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