Toronto, Canada

we were staying in the little Italy area of Toronto, close to Kensington market. That meant we were spoilt for choice with cafes and restaurants and had fantastic blueberry pancakes on our first morning.

As we walked across the city, we walked all the way along Graffiti Alley. Which has all kinds of interesting and colourful street art and graffiti.

This next photo is taken from Roundhouse Park. The park is just next to the CN tower and looking back at the new modern skyline of the city from the old railway yard.

Nearly all websites and travel guides recommended St Lawrence market in Toronto. So not wanting to miss out, we went to check out and taste the famous peamel bacon sandwich. It hit the spot and as you can see is a very popular stall in the market.

More recently in Toronto,  the distillery district has also been redeveloped into a pleasant area with markets, shops and restaurants. Here we sat outside in the sun enjoying an iced coffee.

Finally, downtown here is Nathan Phillips Square with the iconic Toronto letters sign and City Hall in the background.


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