We had four full days to spend in Toronto. Apart from the main visits that has been documented in the previous few blogs, there were a few other sights that were worth sharing.
Like London (and other cities), Toronto has instant hire bicycle. London has its “Boris Bikes” (initially sponsored by Barclays Bank, and now Santander). Toronto Cycles are also sponsored by a bank – TD.
Across from our hotel in Mississauga, were these two buildings. Absolute Condos catches the eye, however reading reviews on the internet, their external “style” is not matched by the poor quality of service provided by the management company.
On the north-east and north-west corners of the Rogers Centre (previously called the Skydome), there are sculptures called “The Audience” by Canadian artist, Michael Snow.
As previously, recalled, some London Routemaster buses are seeing out their retirement as sightseeing buses in Toronto.
Closer to our hotel in Mississauga, we saw some wildlife by the GO Transit station in Port Credit. Black squirrels are common in the areas we visited, and they take advantage of all man-made items to get around.