Toronto, Canada, taken on April 9, 2017
Downtown Toronto has a fascinating and mesmerizing night scene that I can’t seem to get enough of. A walk by the harbourfront always brings some pleasant surprises… 🙂
Toronto, Canada, taken on May 31, 2016
Every time I go back to Toronto I discover some new and interesting districts. Many of these might be known to Torontonians, but Toronto is so big that it takes time to know the city well. I’ve lived in Scarborough for most of my life and lots of places in the downtown areas are still distant to me. This time around, I was finally able to visit Kensington Market, a very distinct and diverse neighbourhood. Very cute and unique!
Toronto, Canada, taken on September 8, 2014
The old SkyDome, a landmark of Toronto, is now known as the Rogers Centre, but for me it will always be the SkyDome. I was surprised and so happy to see, during a walk downtown last year, a map (probably a very old one) somewhere that labelled the structure as SkyDome. I approve!
One of my recent favourite pastimes is to stroll around downtown in search of new neighbourhoods and areas of interest. Though I’ve been to St. James Park earlier this summer, I passed by it again and it was still charming as ever, especially with the couldn’t-be-more-perfect weather I was faced with today. The bird bath has got to be my favourite spot in the spot, and I’m sure the birds would agree with me 😉