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Toronto is one of the most important tourism cities in eastern Canada. It is the capital city of Ontario and an important transportation hub connecting to New York. Toronto is the home to many immigrants from around the world. In terms of culture, people and food, it is a very multifaceted city filled with the styles of different countries. You can go downtown to experience the hustle and bustle of a giant metropolis or you can sit and gaze off peacefully into nature near Lake Ontario. Visit the many neighborhoods full of people from different countries and taste their ethnic cuisines, go to the Royal Ontario Museum, the markets, trendy shops in the Fashion District... The possibilities are endless.

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The historic University of Toronto tour guide and surrounding food recommendations

University of Toronto originated in King James College in 1827, has a history of 192 years, I recommend everyone to visit is located The school's headquarters in downtown Toronto, with a variety of Victorian castle-like architecture, looks like the same beauty as Cambridge and Oxford in the UK, especially for small partners who like small fresh college style.
The best photo point recommended:
1, the Ontario Parliament Building, which can be seen from Queen's Park subway station. This is a brick-red exterior gray roof building with two high doors. Big statue.
2, Trinity College is my favorite place, from the side looks like a church, from the front like a castle where the princess and the prince live, from time to time there are tall and handsome boys or blond girls coming out of the door .
3, The Soldiers Tower looks like a clock tower. It is a steep, gray-and-grey old building that is a very special place in the university.
4, Jackman Law Building, this is a modern design building with a special sense of design. It looks like a bellows of the accordion. Take a picture next to the name of this building, you can take a photo of modern college style, bring a laptop to force Better, hahaha!
5, the atrium of the building where the University of Toronto Student Services Center is located. The atrium here has a meadow, a pattern resembling a four-leaf clover, surrounded by a teaching building and unique.

Dressing style recommended:
Summer fall, green plants are dense, it is recommended to wear light yellow, purple or wild white clothes.
Winter and spring, the basic leaves are gone, especially in the winter when the snow is heavy, suitable for a variety of bright clothes, the comparison will be better.

Transportation: Personally feel that it is most convenient to take the subway. You can see the Ontario Parliament Building at Queen's Park subway station. To the left of the building is the University of Toronto.

Recommended food recommendation: About 15 minutes walk from the University of Toronto, there is the Red Bull lobster, a popular North American restaurant, located at 20 Dundas Street West Toronto
Posted: 9 Oct 2019
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