Category Archives: Canada

Street Art in Toronto

Graffiti in Toronto is not limited to the peripheries of the city, the ill-reputed ghetto suburbs and the sides of train tracks. Instead the entire city seems to be drenched in color and shape so beautiful that it doesn’t really

Street Art in Toronto

Graffiti in Toronto is not limited to the peripheries of the city, the ill-reputed ghetto suburbs and the sides of train tracks. Instead the entire city seems to be drenched in color and shape so beautiful that it doesn’t really

Niagara-by-the-Lake

Niagara-by-the-lake is a charming little village right by Niagara Falls, probably best known for its maple candies and somewhat stale atmosphere. It’s as if time here has come to a total stop, but in a good way. It also sort of

Niagara-by-the-Lake

Niagara-by-the-lake is a charming little village right by Niagara Falls, probably best known for its maple candies and somewhat stale atmosphere. It’s as if time here has come to a total stop, but in a good way. It also sort of

Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market

My expectations were very high before my first visit to Toronto, but for some reason none of my expectations involved food – something that’s usually at the front line of my interests on any trip. Toronto surprised me with a vibrant

Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market

My expectations were very high before my first visit to Toronto, but for some reason none of my expectations involved food – something that’s usually at the front line of my interests on any trip. Toronto surprised me with a vibrant

Niagara Beyond the Falls

Whenever I think of Niagara, I mostly think about majestic waterfalls, and maybe that Marilyn Monroe film from 1953 where she was a murderer or maybe her husband was a murderer, I don’t really remember the details. I may be blurry

Niagara Beyond the Falls

Whenever I think of Niagara, I mostly think about majestic waterfalls, and maybe that Marilyn Monroe film from 1953 where she was a murderer or maybe her husband was a murderer, I don’t really remember the details. I may be blurry

Toronto’s Distillery District

Toronto’s Distillery District is a glorious remnant of days gone by, a window to a time when horse carriages trampled the cobblestone streets surrounding the old breweries and gin distilleries. Walking the streets of this historic district is like stepping into

Toronto’s Distillery District

Toronto’s Distillery District is a glorious remnant of days gone by, a window to a time when horse carriages trampled the cobblestone streets surrounding the old breweries and gin distilleries. Walking the streets of this historic district is like stepping into

Ferries to Toronto’s Islands

That’s right. Toronto has islands. Not many people seem to know that there is an interconnected set of islands just a short cruise away from Toronto’s city center. Ferries departing from Toronto’s Jack Layton Ferry Terminal have regular services connecting the

Ferries to Toronto’s Islands

That’s right. Toronto has islands. Not many people seem to know that there is an interconnected set of islands just a short cruise away from Toronto’s city center. Ferries departing from Toronto’s Jack Layton Ferry Terminal have regular services connecting the

Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto is very compact, even diminutive if compared to other North American cities and their endless rows of skyscrapers. Toronto may not be the biggest, but it is one of the most photographed. In fact, if you’ve watched a film

Downtown Toronto

Downtown Toronto is very compact, even diminutive if compared to other North American cities and their endless rows of skyscrapers. Toronto may not be the biggest, but it is one of the most photographed. In fact, if you’ve watched a film