Toronto’s spectacular skyline seen from the deck of the Oriole.
Ask me how to spend a day in Toronto and I’d probably direct you to the Royal Ontario Museum, or the Ontario Science Centre, or the Art Gallery of Ontario. But I spent a day almost entirely outdoors doing some really cool things, all in the GTA. Continue reading →
Shlomo is a happy man. He serves me a strong cup of his own roasted coffee. His grandfather, a Yemenite immigrant in the early 1900s, started this little roastery in Carmel Market. But Shlomo is likely to be the last of his family to roast and sell coffee.
The lake is frozen but the welcome is warm at Viamede Resort.
Let’s face it. Winter in Canada is all about the cold. There’s nothing growing in the garden, the lakes are frozen, and the gloves are on. But Canadians know how to make the best of winter. Continue reading →