Toronto, Canada travel tips

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Toronto natives are friendly, but a bit reserved. So Americans, in particular, should be prepared and not be put off or interpret it as rudeness.

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For shopping in Toronto, be sure to visit the "Mink Mile," otherwise known as Bloor Street West, the city's most upscale shopping destination.

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The Toronto Aerospace Museum is an exciting educational, heritage and tourist attraction.

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Jump on a sailing vessel and tour the inner and outer harbors of Toronto.

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If a bus is signalling to go into your lane, you must stop and allow it to merge.

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If a street car(which looks like a train) is heading towards you stops and has the doors open, you cannot drive pass.

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The street patterns in Toronto makes it easy to maneuver your way around the city. Getting into the city from the highways can however prove chaotic.

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Toronto;s summer is short and very hot between July and August. The afternoons are usually humid.Dress very light.

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Indulge in all the free music, film, and community events staged at Yonge dundas Square in Toronto.

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The Toronto City Hall which is the most identifiable landmark in the city houses the Toronto Municipal Government and is definitely worth visiting.

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You have to visit the multipurpose Roger's Stadium which is home to the Toronto Blue Jay's Major Basketball league team. Much to do and learn there.

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Visit Canada's Majestic Castle, Casa Loma and go back several eras to a time of European elegance.

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Go on a virtual tour of Ripley's aquarium and have a magical time with your family.

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Take a ferry to the Toronto Islands and back for a fun filled family sightseeing tour.

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Visit the largest free standing structure in the world,the CN Tower, dare to go all the way up then experience dining in the revolving restaurant. Now that's an experience worth having!

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For the best view of the city, head to the top of the CN Tower, where, at 1,122 feet above the ground, you can take in all Toronto has to offer.

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Don't bother renting a car in Toronto, as parking is a nightmare. Just take a taxi...they're everywhere, so you won't have to wait for long.

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If you have an interest in art, head to the Art Gallery of Ontario, home to more than 40,000 works of art.

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For something different than the usual big-city fare, head to the Distillery District, a pedestrian-only village with a lively arts scene.

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Hockey lovers can't miss the Hockey Hall of Fame, which features a replica of an NHL dressing room.

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