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Anyone on this forum from Toronto

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by vlb, Jan 18, 2008.

  1. vlb

    vlb Byte Poster

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    Howdy

    I am heading to Toronto in May with the ball and chain and would like to know if any of the guys on here are from their or their abouts, i kniow we have some americans etc.
     
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  2. sunn

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    Yep - I'm from/in Toronto...
    Where you headed to? Toronto proper? It seems everybody coming to Ontario is "coming to Toronto" :blink
     
  3. vlb

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    hi

    yer i am heading to downtown toronto to the novotel on the esplenade, then over to niagara falls for 2 days then back. cant wait.

    whats the weather like in may? can you recommend any good things to do. so far we will be going to the islands cycling and of course to toronto zoo, CN tower Niagara Falls.

    I will be driving whilst their (firs time driving abroad) so any tips would be appreciated.

    :biggrin
     
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  4. grim

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    Send me a visa and i'll happily post from toronto :)

    grim
     
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  5. sunn

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    In May the weather should be decent. Not cold, and not too hot - about 13 - 20 Celcius. Niagara Falls is the tourist area, but if it's your first time you have to go. Check out the casino, they say the new one is pretty good - I haven't checked it out, but my friends like it.

    CN Tower, is a tall tower that has a restaurant at the top. I could say more, but you'll enjoy it more if you know less. Just try to go on a clear day, foggy day ruins the experience.

    As for the driving... Well, there are no turn-abouts, and the whole driving on the other side thing can be scary :eek:

    On the plus side, everything will feel like a sale at 50% off UK prices - well that's what my England family tells me anyway. They love shopping in Canada - cheap cheap cheap :) Too bad I don't see it :ohmy
     

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