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This is one of the best places to visit the Humber, one of Toronto's hidden gems. There are lots of history plaques around, and the city seems to take a bit of a breather here in terms of its proximity to nature and quiet.
Get your shoes on and prepare for a walk the you will never feel tired of. Then get kids shoes off and let them enjoy catching small fish in the river. Prepare your camera, as we enjoyed watching animal in the mother nature including deers....More
Etienne Brule Park,
If you walk in one direction you will eventually find yourself at Bloor St. and The Old Mill subway station. But not before passing the wonderful and historical Old Mill, and The Old Mill Restaurant, known for great food, wonderful entertainment, and...More
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York-Crosstown is a sleepy area of Toronto dotted gorgeously with hills and farmland, stately homes and parks. An affluent district in parts, the stately houses at Baby Point along Jane Street are especially breathtaking, and make for a lovely wander on a clear day. Parks are bountiful in York-Crosstown, which makes it a vibrant area for outdoor play and sports, providing a break from the hustle of Toronto's busy,
jam-packed city center. For a little spice after a walk in the park, the Little Jamaica area of York sports cheap, authentic food from the Caribbean. This area is restful and more orientated towards outdoor activity and the exploration of nature.