Inspiration, Lifestyle, My Canada

Day trip to Toronto + bonus video

Even though we are nature loving people and most of our free time we try to spend far from the city noise and fast paced life, once in a while we like to hit the big city. Usually our visits to Toronto are associated with our craving for cultural events or when we are in the mood for a culinary adventure. Toronto is THE  place where you can explore any world cuisine and being the most diverse city in Canada, it is one of the most multicultural cities in North America with over 50% of its population born outside of the country. It is a home to over 230 different nationalities! This time we went there for beer tasting as part of the Toronto beer week, but the place was so crowded that we run away quickly… but it’s OK because soon we are going to Octoberfest!

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The Toronto Inukshuk  Park with one of the largest Inukshuk sculptures in North America. Created by Inuit artist Kellypalik Qimirpik from Cape Dorset, Nunavut.

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we stopped for lunch at Fran’s

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Bryan and Mike enjoyed the chicken nacho homemade burger with spicy jalapeno

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Ontario Legislative Building

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and here is the bonus part, the short video we made. Maybe far from professional quality but it is our first and what great way to keep memories!