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Honest Ed’s : Choose Your Own Adventure

Every Torontonian knows about Honest Ed’s–Hell–most every Canadian knows about Honest Ed’s. You can’t miss those sparkling lights as you drive through Bathurst and Bloor, and there’s no way to ...

Explosions, Booze and Death at the Distillery District

The title says it all. We recently took a really interesting tour of the Toronto Distillery District with Segway of Ontario, and we were not disappointed. There are countless tours ...

An Afternoon at Novo Spa in Yorkville

I spent yesterday afternoon at Novo Spa in Yorkville, getting a facial and relaxing in the beautiful facility. I drank tea, enjoyed a soothing facial, and even had a refreshing ...


Café Diplomatico

        Café Diplomatico has always been a personal favourite ...

IMAX Experience at the Ontario Science Centre

The Shoppers Drug Mart OMNIMAX theatre at the Ontario Science Centre is ...

Eyesore Cinema brings you “Rock Docs” at The Garrison

When asked what kinds of movies are available to rent at Eyesore ...

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#1 Toronto According to Trip Advisor

How would the Trip Advisor community spend a day in Toronto? We have rounded up the #1 hotel, restaurant, attraction, activity and nightlife options in the #1 destination of 2013. #1 Hotel The number one hotel in Toronto is Trump Hotel Toronto. Unique among the world’s finest luxury hotels, Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto [...]

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The Ontario Science Center Leonardo Da Vinci Exhibit

Visionary & Genius Painter, architect, sculptor, musician, scientist, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, cartographer, botanist & writer. Upon witnessing such an intimidating body of work, our own lives achievements are admittedly brought into perspective. Although Da Vinci’s inventions and manuscript studies may be considered common place in today’s world of ever evolving technology, it is interesting to visually investigate and consider these [...]

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ALT Hotel

We’ve been noticing the progress of the ALT Hotel, as it has been built up over the past year near Pearson Airport, and anxiously awaited it’s grand opening. Opening this November, we took the opportunity to stay at the hotel within it’s first month to see what all the fuss was about. Expectations: exceeded. ALT [...]

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Getting Lost and Found at the Ontario Science Centre

Arriving at the Ontario Science Centre on a Friday afternoon was quite different from our last experience on the previous Saturday. This time we were able to park reasonably close to the entrance and didn’t have to wait in any line ups. If you have the chance to visit during a weekday, I would highly recommend it. [...]

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Hop-On, Hop-Off, Toronto

Do you ever see those open-topped, double decker tour buses driving around downtown Toronto and laugh at all the tourists hanging over the sides, with their noses dug into their viewfinders? Most cities have them, and it’s no wonder, because they really are the best way to see a city. They may appear a little [...]

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Jungle Cat World Video

This is a video of our recent visit to Jungle Cat World. Watch as we visit with the lemurs, a lynx, a 16 day old tiger, a tiger and cougar cub, a young fox, some full grown tigers and lions, and finally a friendly llama. Jungle Cat World was an amazing experience, and we urge [...]

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Video : The Toronto Zoo

Our visit at the Toronto Zoo.

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The Toronto Zoo

Last weekend, two of our writers made a trip to the Toronto Zoo! It was Thanksgiving weekend, here in Toronto, and the last weekend of the Stingray Bay exhibit. It was a perfect autumn day, with warm sun and clear blue skies! After experiencing Stingray Bay, our writers made their way counter-clockwise around the park. On the way [...]

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“The Big Splash” Video : at Stingray Bay

  A video at Stingray Bay, at the Toronto Zoo. A big splashing frenzy caught on video, that soaked the entire crowd!

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Petting Sharks and Stingrays at Stingray Bay

There’s a really interesting attraction during the summer at the Toronto Zoo, and it involves touching two animals with two very frightening reputations. As you enter the building, you are asked to wash your hands and arms, all the way up to your elbows. You need to remove any jewellery before you proceed to the main room. [...]

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