Resuming my travelogue ;)
I am going to sum up everything of Toronto here so this is a post full with photos!
There's a colorful street full with lights just beside Sheraton on the Falls hotel. On the first night after checked in, hubby and I took the chance to walk around.
We thought it was going to be a short walk so both of us left the room with slippers *keh gao gao* (In Hokkien it means 'act clever').
Once we walked out of the hotel lobby, we felt something was not right (It was freakingly cold!). But we din't bothered and continue the walk....
After 5 mins we decided to head back to the room to change into sport shoes and brought along gloves, haha! I think it was just 1-2'c that night!
Anyway, there were not many people around those streets that night, but some stores were still open.
The ferris wheel is so beautiful!
This is such a nice themepark!
This taken on the second morning, just opposite the hotel. Love this small park, the trees and leaves are so beautiful.
We had Western lunch at Skylon Tower on the second day. We dine at one of the world famous revolving restaurant.
Hubby and I, we were at 775 feet above the ground!
Appetizer, tomato cucumber salad
Dessert, vanilla ice cream. To be honest, the food is just mediocre. But I enjoyed the 360° view of the city from the windows.
We stopped by an ice wine factory for free wine tasting, here's me with the fine quality grapes. We also visited one of the Canadian ginseng shop.
We too dropped by the Provincial Parliment Building
There's a nice park in front of it
The sun is shining but weather is still cold
We went inside the building and signed a book for Queen Elizabeth, haha!
We visited the University of Toronto, said to be the best Uni in Canada
Photo stop at Casa Loma Castle
I love houses like this! No fence and can plant alot of greens in the front ;)
We shopped a while at Eaton Center. Christmas is approaching and there're lots of cute window display there
One last photo to share....
I notice most of the bathroom doors in Canada (including the airports and even in the US) have gaps like this whereby if you see carefully, you can actually see the people inside =_=
Actually I am ok with it la, just abit curious why is it designed this way :P
Ok, this will be the end of my travelogue in Canada. I hope you enjoy reading them! Please refer to the links below for my previous posts:
Part 1: Niagara Falls
Part 2: Helicopter ride
p/s: Washington, New York and shopping posts coming up soon!! ;)