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Stay at this wonderfully situated hotel. A quick walk to the "Path"(Subway) - just take the elevator downstairs! Also close to the Eaton Centre, shopping and a Starbucks is on site!
2. Breakfast at Clara's!
Have breakfast at this delightful cafe. Whether your desire is for eggs or mixed fruit w/ custard - crepes are the order of the day. Grab a Clara's labeled water on the way out as you'll want it later! On Blue Jays Way between Wellington & Front St, the best way to get to it is to walk west on Richmond towards Spadina. Turn left onto Peter which becomes Blue Jays Way.
You're in Toronto, you may as well see the top of the world so buy the skypod ticket with your trip. Don't eat in the revolving restaurant - it's HORRIBLE, overpriced food(and you'll never find your way back from the bathroom!)
There's two(OK, three) Chinatown's in Toronto. The first is on Dundas & Spadina(this is the one). The second is around Gerard & Greenwood Ave - kind of far and not quite as nice. The third was built in the 90's on Steeles & Kennedy in the suburbs & houses a bunch of shops where you can get recent Hong Kong & Cantonese 'antiques' as well as yummy snacks, etc.
In the Chinatown we're visiting, you can get an hour foot massage for $25, enjoy a bubble tea(highly recommended!), and taste leechees from Vietnam(delicious!).
5. Seafood at the Bright Pearl
Summertime in Toronto means a drop in the price of lobster into the $20's. Or try the steamed fish if you prefer. Located on the west side of Spadina two blocks north of Dundas. This is one of the few 'rated' Chinese restaurants.
6. Walk from Dundas to Bloor St. on the west side of University Ave.
Featuring interesting courtyards on the left & a median filled with trees, statues, fountains & park benches on your right. You will pass both Queen's Park South & North as well as the Parliament buildings. The very heart of Toronto.
7. Tour Bloor's trendy shops.
A lady's paradise. Anything from Louis Vuitton leathers to Christian Louboutin shoes can be found here.
8. Dinner at Boba's
One of the few restaurants in the world where the waiter responds to your request for water with, "Would you like bubbles?"
DELICIOUS food and a perfect atmosphere. Located at 90 Avenue(University turns into Avenue Rd @ Bloor St.) This a World Fusion restaurant. Bob Bermann & Barbara Gordon mix every taste imaginable together to form a memory that you'll want to return for.
9. Learn how to bellydance!
www.citydancecorps.com Located at 539 King St. West. Various classes are held throughout the week. Perfect way to test that foot massage and work up an apetite for dessert!