Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Who knew Toronto could be so much fun?!?!

Good Day Eh.
I have recently returned home from a fantastic weekend to Toronto Ontario, I have never been that far east in Canada and I must say it is a beautiful part of this great country. This was a weekend full of Insanely great times, I ate some of the best food I have ever tasted, I saw beautiful places, went to an awesome live concert, saw a great musical, and I got to share my Love of photography with some new friends. Looking back on this trip I realize how blessed I was to go and how much fun I actually packed into 5 days.

I will be doing a few posts about this one since we did so much.
Today lets see some of the buildings from Toronto.

We walked around Queen street the first night we got to Toronto and stumbled across this awesome wall mural. There is so much graffiti all over Toronto it adds so much to the beauty of the city.  
The Hockey Hall of Fame was one of our stops, it was awesome their was so much memorabilia all throughout the history of this great sport.
This is a shot of the R.O.M. (Royal Ontario Museum) I love museums I could spend hours on hours exploring all the histories that are contained. We went there to see the Terracotta army that was visiting the R.O.M. SO AWESOME!!!! I don't know too much about this building but from what I understand they built a new funky design and expansion from onto the old section of the museum, it looks so funky I really like the style. 
This would be the CN Tower it stands 553.33m tall, it is so big, being at the bottom of this building and looking up is humbling. It is also very pretty at night it lights up with all sorts of crazy colours. 
I had a truly fantastic time in Toronto, I must admit that I have teased that part of the country a few times, being from Alberta it's sometimes expected but I loved everything that I saw and was able to do in this great city.

Good day eh.

1 comment:

  1. i wish you could see what was inside that mural...;)
    love it. we miss you guys. although, it's nice to see our living room floor again.
    keep 'em coming. i love it!