A battle broke out among the fans, and staff and police responded adequately to the riot. There are 40,000 people here, and it feels very spectacular. It's very leisure here, but it's certain that the home team lost, but the facilities here are great, the staff are very friendly, and they provide warm service. This place is clean and full of light. I had a wonderful evening here.
It was a fine day, so the dome on the top of the Rodgers Center was opened and it was not possible to witness the closure of the dome when it rained. But around the back, a sculpture was unexpectedly found: a few golden people, or with their hands in the arbor to watch, or with their fingers in a certain direction. In that direction, the train from Union Station to the airport passes by. This sculpture is so talented.
Rodgers Center is a large comprehensive shopping mall in Toronto, where large-brand goods are gathered, popularity is very high, restaurants are also many, especially weekend weekend customers are very busy, strolling here is absolutely satisfying your shopping desire.
Rogers Center Well, it's also a commercial center right next to the TV Tower. You can see the TV Tower behind it from a distance. There are some rest places around it. They are basically cafes, restaurants and so on. Generally, there are more white-collar workers around here.
The Rogers Center is a large multi-functional open-air stadium adjacent to CN Tower and Lake Ontario, Toronto's famous attractions. The stadium is home to teams such as the Toronto Blue Jays of the American League, the Canadian Football League and Toronto Argonauts of Toronto. Rogers Center is the world's first gymnasium with a fully retractable roof. Its roof consists of four panels, three of which can be retracted or stretched. It takes only 20 minutes to open or close the roof, and it moves at a speed of 21 meters per minute. The Rogers Center is large enough to accommodate eight Boeing 747 aircraft or 616 African elephants at the same time.
Watch basketball, tennis, concerts here... The lighting effect always makes me feel flattered. And I like the slogan of sports events very much: Be loud, be proud, and then there are a lot of cheers and whistles. It's interesting for relatively conservative Canadians. And can I praise the Raptors'little dragon puppets? It's so budding that it fights with another dragon at halftime.