The food was only meh, but the beer was amazing!!We got a street car over towards Dundas Street West. Two minutes in to the drive and the driver stops and gets out. There must have been ten of us on that street car and everyone just started to panic and go mental, shouting, making tearful panicked phone calls, running up and down. The man next to me looked worried and asked what was happening...I just assumed he'd stopped for a slushie/snow cone (since we'd stopped next to a van). The driver gets back on and everyone calms right down again like nothing ever happened. Strange.
The CN Tower (of terror) and outside Union Station. We didn't go up the CN Tower. Lee's not good with heights, I don't particularly like them much myself...and $28 each to go up? Ha! We're saving for a house...
So we got to Dundas St West and dropped off our bags where we were staying and headed out again. It was hot. Really really hot and the news told us later that it was the hottest 8th of June on record for Toronto, ever. I can believe that. So we spent a good amount of our first day sitting in an air-conditioned Irish bar drinking Canadian lager.
The Hockey Hall of Fame.You always see these on the telly, we had to have a dodgy hot dog from a street vendor. We're hoping it wasn't dog.
St Lawrence Market. It's big and busy and lovely. Just tricky to maneuver around it with bags.
Trains near the Railway Children theatre.
We spent our second day in the city exploring on foot. Everything was so damn expensive that we didn't go in to anywhere except to eat and drink, but we liked the city and enjoyed our time there.