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MZTV Museum is a gem in the Liberty Village district of Toronto. It gives the history of the two early TV pioneers. Baird developed a method of mechanical TV and Farnsworth figured out how to make it electronic. There are many examples of early TVs up into the 1960's and the emergence of colour screens. Our hosts gave a great...
My family and I have been going to the CNE every summer for as long as I can remember. I haven't been to the CNE in the past few years, so I wasn't really sure what to expect from the CNE 2019. This year, there was no more ice skating events to watch, and there were, in a way, less...
"Close to the city and nice beach. Coffee? Yes. But not so good"
reviewed August 6, 2019 by mariaterzaghiok
The smalll beach and park are a great spot to hang out with young kids. They can bike and there is a park nearby
When it comes to eat the Cafe there has a great voew and location however the food isn’t that great. Coffee was mediocre
This Bridge is beautifully Integrated with the city’s west end, the Humber River and Bay Area. I walk this bridge frequently and enjoy watching people being photographed or doing selfies with the city’s spectacular views in all directions. Easy to access and easy to walk on. Love it!
I’ve been to this restaurant just once and I don’t regret it. The wait time is crazy (up to 1,5 hours) and food is expensive. For that price and after waiting for so long I’ve expected something really good, but food was just good.
Great cocktails though, best Caesar I’ve ever had!
The menu had a number of interesting options, not just your usual restaurant food. There seemed to be an interesting combination of British, North American and contemporary food options. Service was friendly, food was good.
We loved this place, very nice food and lovely service.
The starters were actually better than the main courses, even if everything was wonderful, and the portions of the starters just as Biggs the main courses.
Tried the momas too and if you like dumplings you’ll love this.
Lots of vegetarian dishes as well.
People were doing drugs with the needles on the stairs when I was returning from dinner. I have to walk around them, and I am not very good in this situation, so later on when I was trying to sleep, and somebody starts shaking with the door a freakout and left the hotel in middle of the night, my room...