Eaton Mall Like most urban shopping malls outside the UK, this is a large shopping mall with many shops, and the design is exquisite. The master is responsible for polishing the roof structure of the center. It's actually in the center of Toronto. If the weather is wet or cold, it's a place worth spending a few hours shopping. Downstairs is packed with a variety of fast food and restaurants, and you can eat almost any kind of food from every country.
The Toronto TV Tower Revolving Restaurant is located in the 553.33-meter-tall tower and is the tallest revolving restaurant in Toronto. The restaurant's overall layout is elegant, stylish, warm, and romantic. It is an excellent place for couples to meet, family, and friends. With arc-shaped floor-to-ceiling windows, you can take in the sights of the Toronto city skyline, and many of Toronto's landmarks are at your feet. When you look down at the bustling downtown Toronto, you will be thrilled by the delicious food. It is now the fifth-highest self-supporting building in the world. The tower is considered a landmark in Toronto and attracts more than 2 million visitors a year. The TV tower is 553.3 meters high. It was built in 1976 and had 147 floors. The disc-shaped observation platform looks like a flying saucer and stands next to the harbor in Toronto. After nearly one hour of turning, it takes 1.5 hours to eat. The speed of rotation is not fast, but try to look far away, otherwise, stare at the iron pillar outside the window, and then dizzy. Also, remember to make your number of zones.
Toronto’s China Town is one of the biggest communities of its kind in North America. Toronto has the highest number of Chinese in all of Canada. So it’s not surprising that the city is actually home to 5 separate China Towns.
The main one is located in the city center of Toronto. Spreading westwards along Dundas Street to Spadina, as far as Nathan Phillips Square. There are many excellent Chinese restaurants, shops and specialty stores in Toronto. There are also many street vendors and craftsmen selling their wares, especially at weekends. If you plan to visit the city and want to spend some time in this wonderful area filled with luxury restaurants, fun shops and markets, know that Toronto’s China Town area has many clean, comfortable and pretty hotels.
Restaurants and shops practically spill out onto the streets, and most of the passersby are Chinese, so you’ll feel yourself at home here. The best thing about visiting this part of the city is the food. There are tons of restaurants in the area and very few of them offer North American style nouvelle cuisine; instead you can find authentic Chinese cuisine here. Szechuan, Hunan, Cantonese or even Northern style cuisine can be found. Of course, the food prices here are very reasonable. For those of you visiting Toronto but whose stomach yearns for home, you can allay your fears.
When I saw this attraction in the Raiders, I was deeply attracted. The museum has always been an essential part of the trip. The museums that have been transferred to cities encountered this kind of footwear theme for the first time. Its niche is new. The museum's more than 10,000 pairs of shoes, all collected by Mrs. Sonia Bata for half a century, are also her collection. The exhibits are displayed in different theme areas. Shoes of historical celebrities to classic with history and the times to the old shoes of the classical are the elements of the country. One of the earliest pairs was excavated from the Egyptian tombs more than 4,000 years ago. There are also shoes worn by Elvis Presley, Madonna and Lady Gaga. The collection is vibrant.
This is a recommended restaurant on Lonely Planet. It uses a standard European style three-way style. The appetizer is somewhat like a dish in our northeast, San Si Bao Bean, sweet and sour. Personal favorite is the grilled octopus feet, not only the fire is just right, but also very tasteful, the shape is also very chic, it is a dish, more like a fine art. The rest of the dishes are also more in line with the Chinese taste. Overall, the Western food I have eaten is
, at least not just steak, fish, chicken breast, lamb.
colorful maple leafs in autumn#autumn'slure
Nathan Philips square/city hall
Toronto's nightlife is concentrated in bars, and one of them is special, not far from the Shangri-La Hotel in Toronto. This house is not only a bar, but also a collection of food from around the world. No matter which country you want to eat, there is everything here.
and the bartenders here are also very good. At that time, I ordered a favorite Margaret of this life. The blue cocktail was shaken in the cup. The prints on the lamp were a bit confusing. As for the taste and The taste is the top three in my drink.