Food and drink
And one in case you get that craving for a Full English Breakfast – some of them do a Sunday Roast too.
Things to do in the city
The Sightseeing bus
A great way to see the city, all the sights and get your bearing
CN Tower and CN Tower Edgewalk
You have to do this at some stage of living in Toronto!
St. Lawrence Market
Is a must, especially if you are still waking up early. Go there before it gets busy in the late morning/ afternoons (make sure you check it is open as it closes on certain days). http://www.stlawrencemarket.com
Centre Island is great to go to, especially as you will have a great view of the Toronto city line. Take a picnic, or hire tandem bikes when you are over there. AVOID going at the weekend, it gets very busy. It’s only open at certain times of the year, so check the timetable for the ferry http://www.centreisland.ca/buy-ferry-tickets
There is a nice Margarita place on Baldwin Street, worth checking out some of the hippy-style shops and bars/ restaurants in the area.
The Distillery District
Cool and funky cobbled area. Great places to eat and drink.
When you first move to Toronto – recommendations
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