28 Oct 2019 - 29 Oct 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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Laid back city with great restaurants and bars. CN tower well worth a trip to the top. Very enjoyable sitting by the lake with a beer in the evening.
I’m quite disappointed when I checked in for my flight back to London last September 2. It was chaos! The queues were horrible. It took people crowding the corridor between the check in bay for the staff to move in and tell us where to go. They need to be more organized.
I always enjoy visiting Toronto. So much to see, so much to do. A day on the Island on a summer day is the best!
Toronto is brilliant for a holiday, it is expensive, but well worth it! So many things to see and do! Don’t just go up the CN tower for the view, it’s a good deal to have lunch there too. Take the short ferry trip over to Centre Island and spend the day. Go to the St Lawrence market, try the peameal bacon on a bun for lunch it is upstairs, it’s amazing, one is probably enough for two people. Visit Ridley’s, the train museum where most of the outside part is free, Ontario Place is amazing too. For three weeks every August the Canadian National Exhibition is also on. Go for a stroll or roller skate or bicycle ride along the boardwalk at the beaches or sunbathe and swim. Also for swimmers there are the Olympic swimming pools which are amazing. There is just so much going on in Toronto if you can afford it.