Trips and Itineraries for Toronto
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CN Tower is the tallest free standing structure of Canada, and used to be of the world. A dazzling view of the city can be seen from the very top, by shooting up the floors through a glass elevator. It's quite the feeling! Lying on the glass floor at the very top definitely gives you the butterflies.
Ripley's Aquarium Of Canada
I waited for so long for this to open! And then I waited for so long to visit, but finally I have! The Ripleys Aquarium of Canada, in Toronto, finally opened and it was so fantastic, I honestly wanted to love it, but I am not so sure I did. I would welcome opinions on this! The Ripleys Aquarium is a valuable tool to provide sensory understanding and knowledge to children and adults worldwide about the oceans of our World. The information and the feeling of being in the ocean is so worthwhile. In addition to the knowledge and understanding provided to the public, the Ripleys Aquarium has a fantastic understanding of conservation, they are so wonderful at helping to clean up the shores of Canada, and it is nice to feel like you are part of that.
The largest and the most populous city of Canada, Toronto brings you back to the concrete jungle for a while. Toronto is pretty happening with museums, zoos, science and art centers etc. It provides the city charm and there are quite a few things here to keep you busy. The 1,800 ft high CN Tower, the Rogers Center, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Harbourfront Center, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Ontario Science Center. You can go see the Toronto Maple Leafs play hockey or the Toronto Blue Jays play baseball (the only major league team outside the USA). Toronto is a diverse and eclectic city, home to endless neighborhoods that offer quality shopping, cuisine, and cultural amenities. The city is also home to the third largest live theatre scene in the world (after New York and London).
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