While I enjoy visiting large institutions like the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago or the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City to peruse their enormous collections, I have a special fondness for the smaller, and in some cases unusual or under-the-radar museums that I come across.
Who doesn’t enjoy a boat ride on Toronto Harbour a glorious sunny day? How About a Tour Boat on Toronto Harbour? As I was exploring Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre, I noticed tour boats docked at the pier. Sometimes, boat tours and even those hop-on hop-off bus tours can be the right thing to do. I just […]
I started out one morning on a walk to the Toronto waterfront and I ended up exploring the world. The world according to Toronto Harbourfront Centre’s summer slogan, “The World in One Place”, that is. The 10-acre site on the waterfront boasts of being “.. every woman. And every man. Every child. Every ethnicity. Every […]
Firefighters and others who protect us, rescue us, and offer aid in times of crisis are heroes to me. While walking in Toronto a few years ago, I came across the Ontario Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Queen’s Park. It depicts a firefighter bringing a child to safety. I really liked the movement of the sculpture […]