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The winter island of Toronto seems to have a quiet power. Even the lively and vibrant casinos on weekdays have become leisurely. The slower and more beautiful, the rushing pace of travel, it's not here. Slow down. This amusement park has not been crowded with people, but it is more and more beautiful. The white swan, the green-topped houses, and the European-style amusement park towns in the lake are all unique colors.
Posted: 5 Dec, 2018
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[A Trip to the Land of Maple Leaves] Some clips of Toronto You will also see the shadows of New York in this city, and because of this it also gives me a good feeling towards it. The majority of the photographs below were taken of the Old Distillery, where there was previously a brewery and now there is a cultural and creative park. For me the memories of the Raptors have remained in the age of the purple jerseys of the Tyrannosaurus Rex, and all along have been those of that bottom team that never made it into the finals even with the league star Carter. But times have changed. The only non-American team in the NBA has captured the O’Brien Trophy, even though it looks like it will be hard for it to defend its title next season. So I guess that the championship souvenirs will be limited to just this one season. I hurried to spend a serious amount of money to buy a jersey. They may run out soon!
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In the university where Chi Ling's sister won a double degree.  Many students graduate from the University of Toronto, such as Bethune, Qian Weichang, Lin Zhiling, and Dashan! Zhiling's sister, who has finally got married, has also earned a double degree. It is both worthy and talented. Many of the benches on the campus have added nameplates to these celebrities, clearly indicating that talent is the university's successful gold sign. There are several branches in the center of downtown Toronto. From the downtown side of the street, you can see that there is a large green space between the buildings, and the shade is like an umbrella. It is the famous poetic Philosopher's Walk. The philosopher's path , here you can come in at will chaos, it is a Canadian tour of the maple tour must be punched. Just entered the trail that day, I saw the black squirrel eating the hair in the dormitory area and welcome us! Here is the location of the famous movie Harry Potter, which is very eye-catching. Seeing a mixed-race football game in progress, think about this kind of welfare can not help but marvel:.! It is a favorite university.
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If you love the arts you mustn’t miss the Art Gallery of Ontario. Get a feel of Toronto’s arts and culture at the Art Gallery of Ontario, check out the art exhibitions here! The gallery’s collection comprises over 40,000 pieces, and you can get a real feel for the cultural flavor of a top collection. I absolutely love one spiral staircase inside the gallery. Constructed in glued laminated timber, the spiral staircase is a spectacular highlight of the gallery’s wooden construction. Local teachers bring their students to see the exhibitions here. Sitting together in a circle, they absorb the spirit of individual expression and free innovation from an artist’s point of view. In this sanctuary of the arts, we get to see the whole seemingly familiar world with a brand new perspective. Opening hours: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM (closed Mondays, extended to 8:30 PM on Wednesdays) Admission: free
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The winter island of Toronto seems to have a quiet power. Even the lively and vibrant casinos on weekdays have become leisurely. The slower and more beautiful, the rushing pace of travel, it's not here. Slow down. This amusement park has not been crowded with people, but it is more and more beautiful. The white swan, the green-topped houses, and the European-style amusement park towns in the lake are all unique colors.
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Feeling the rhythm of the music in Toronto, Canada, you must take part in a well-prepared music tour. The street is big, this is the epitome of Toronto's music development, and you can even see the road to Toronto's growth. This kind of life is for music lovers.  Toronto is a typical English city or a white city of Angru Saxon. It is hard to imagine that nowadays, the unrestrained Toronto, in the 1940s, can only buy wine on the street. To purchase wine, you can only go to these upscale places in the hotel. What's more, entertainment, in the words of the silver-haired group friends, is too conservative before, she must be true, after all, she experienced this era. In 1947, the situation finally changed. The store could also get the liquor license. So the bars and nightclubs came into being. The singers and musicians were invited to perform in the store to attract more guests. Yonge Street became a fertile ground for jazz and blues. Maple Leaves Garden, built-in 1931, is well preserved. There will be photo exhibitions, and friends who are curious about the history of Toronto music can visit. In the golden age, there was a stage where the famous fried chickens were the first choice. Countless people have had concerts in Toronto. These names are now counted, even those who do not know much about music can shake three shakes! Among them are the Beatles, Elvis Presley, and Bob Dylan, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature, which has influenced the whole world. Several generations of superstars have been named in the history of Toronto music performances.
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Robarts library
A library that is very pleasantly surprised shocking by Toronto is also an unexpected spot. With the big friends to transfer to the campus, so she took me with the campus card, and the University Student Card can be visited for free. The library is, as a vast magical world, with high bookshelves in front of you. There is a glass channel that leads directly to the bookshelves on each floor, and an escalator in the library can reach each level.
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Old City Hall
The Old City Hall - this Romanesque Revival style structure served as Toronto’s old city hall from 1899 to 1966. It is the work of E.J. Lennox, an architect with a reputation for mischief. Apparently, because Lennox was too slow, by the time the City Hall completed its construction, Romanesque Revival architecture was already out of style and it was three times over budget, leading to an irreconcilable split between Lennox and the city authorities. The Romanesque style is known for its intricate and detailed ornamental sculptures. Lennox was an extremely demanding architect, as well as a very skilled sculptor. All He was never satisfied with the carvings done by the laborers and asked for everything to be redone. I guess this is one reason it took such a long time. The Romanesque style often adorned the pillars of the main entrances carved with grimacing faces to scare off bad spirits. When creating these Lennox had a big laugh; he carved the faces of the hated politicians who gave him a hard time as little demons making demonic faces. His very own bust was carved right in the middle as a solemn, severe overseer, glaring down onto the civil servants going daily to and from work through the entrance. From the old city hall to the new one, it is only a few minutes on foot. All along you can see little shops called “Torontopia.” These are perfect places to buy souvenirs from Toronto, with lots of cute and fun items representative of the city available for sale. From socks to toys and t-shirts, if you don’t know much about Toronto, a walk around here will basically show you all the representative icons and landmarks of the city, such as Toronto’s street cars and raccoons who love to scavenge garbage cans for food.
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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.
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St Lawrence’s Market Coming here is a must for Torontonians. Markets like this are a rare gem within the city. In my personal opinion, you get to know a lot about the city by visiting a local market. There is so much life and energy in the market, just like the city of Toronto. The selection of food here is amazing and there are a ton of choices. Personally speaking, the guacamole and the spicy onion sauce [found at a stall] downstairs are not to be missed! Turn a corner at the back of the market and you’ll find some hand-made Italian pasta at an Italian restaurant. Those are really worth a try as well. Spend some time here, walk around and buy some surprisingly great farm products. It would be a mistake not to try a bacon sandwich or an Italian chicken drumstick at the Carousel Bakery. This gem of Toronto offers lots of food items such as cheeses, deli meats and breads. The parking lot is at the south side and still cost only one dollar!
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Casa Loma
A medieval castle in Toronto In Spanish, Casa Loma Castle means “castle atop the hills.” The architecture is elegant, gorgeous and magnificent. A bronze main gate, extravagant carvings, thick walls and a unique fountain in front of the castle – still as fantastical as ever, and even more beautiful under a clear blue sky. Sir Henry Pellatt, a Canadian millionaire, built this faux-medieval castle in the early 20th century, it seems children who grew up listening to fairy tales and stories all have dreams of princes and princesses, an extravagantly quaint structure. Here, you can have a coffee while gazing out at Toronto’s TV tower next to Lake Ontario. This century old castle also offers occasional performances, concerts and other activities, and you can dine while being taken back to the lifestyle of a medieval royal court. Opening hours: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM (last entry at 4:30 PM) Admission: CAD 25.00 for adults, CAD 15.00 for children aged 4 to 13, CAD 20.00 for seniors aged 60 and above.
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