I love city trips but sometimes cramming everything into a few days is hard.
But at the same time you want to see as much as possible.
So to do that I like to do the bus tours.
You get to see lots of things without having to walk too much, plus you get a better idea of which places you’d like to spend more time in.
I started my tour at the Distillery District with a liquid lunch smoothie (avocado, lemon, apple and carrot juice).
I loved the architecture of this museum.
For lunch I went to the St. Lawrence Market.
There are 120 vendors, merchants and artisans and fresh food as far as the eye can see.
For lunch I stopped by Buster’s Sea Cove.
Judging by the amount of people waiting, I assumed it was good.
They worked at lightning speed, I got dizzy just watching them.You choose your meal, pay and get a number.
As soon as your number is called, you rush up and get your food.And as the weather was nice, I sat outside on the patio and had this delicious salmon with salad.Being the tourist I am, I also had to visit the CN Tower.
I was lucky as there weren’t that many people going up and at the top it wasn’t very crowded either.
It’s 553.33 m and for 34 years it held the record as the world’s tallest free-standing structure and the world’s tallest tower.
You get whisked up in ultra fast elevators and you’re greeted with stunning views of the city.
There’s a glass floor that allows you to look down and realise how high up you really are!
And a little selfie at over 500 m.Also included in my bus ticket was a boat tour around the Toronto Islands.Which made for the perfect skyline shots.
The Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
They use turboprop airplanes to minimise the noise for people living nearby.
Toronto, you are a beautiful city and I can’t wait to come back soon (hopefully) to explore more of you!