One fine day, to beat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) I decided to bundle up and brave the below zero temperature of Canada. Off to Queen street I go on a subway.
Without a destination planned the sight of beautiful doves stopped me on my track. There is something about a gathering of this feathe
Because Christmas means special gifts to loved ones I went to this specially store that makes it to many travel blogs.
Yes, this store will make you think you are in a Harry Potter studio. Every inch of it spells magic and wizardly knowledge. I was blown away by the details.
Everywhere you glance
Today my friend Erma and I went to 1501 Yonge street Old Toronto to see the Tunnel of Glam.As advertised in many social media it's a public tunnel covered with reversible sequins of enormous number! How many? JUST 14 Million but off course I didn't go through the hassle of verifying the claim. W
When I was a young girl I read of the greatness of ancient civilizations as part of my history class requirements. One that caught my interest is that of Egypt. One,because the Bible speaks much of this country. Two ,it had the pyramid which up to now fascinates people with its excellent workman
Yes finally at age 41 I get to see real dinosaur bones here In Toronto ,Canada in the Royal Ontario Museum.
What was the experience like? It was magical. Imagine they had lived centuries ago and for me to be so blessed to see them was an experience like no other. I felt like a child once more.
Because I am human, there are moments in my life where one feels a certain void. Others may call it SAD (seasonal affective disorder) with the impending winter while few others like me call it self reflection.
I don't have the knowledge or the experience to vouch they mean they same but the
Nestled at 327Bloor Street West is Toronto's shoe museum. So yeah this is the shoe lovers paradise.
The museum collect shoes from around the globe and anything about shoes. So you can expect an interesting array previously owned b by royalties, astronaut, celebrities etc. as well as to its acce
Hail Alexander ! Thoughts if my history classes raced through me as I saw the statue of Alexander the Great in Danforth ,Toronto. For those who doesn't know him he was the mighty Greek conqueror .And who else but he adorns this parkette in Greektown.
Canada being a multicultural country has a bus
If you're looking for something laid back,nature friendly but educational activity then this heritage site is for you.
From this resource it pretty much describes what you will see when you go to this attraction.Yes it's not touristy and at 8dollars entrance for adult it sure is off my bucket
I have been in Canada for almost three months now. And mind you kensington market top my list of places to visit.Why?Well it's unique and full of life.
Sure you can argue that you can always see people in costumes like this. This is by the way Canada's Spiderman. He is one of too many performer
Now that I admin Canada I am a sucker for beautiful garden. Good thing Canada has lots of those.
WHY I like garden. One it's relaxing and two it's free. Three because i
of their significance to conservation of the environment
If there weren't trees ,pollution will be a potential threat next to