First Timer's Guide To Toronto

First Timer's Guide To Toronto

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You're in Toronto for the first time ever. You've got 72 hours and an appetite for everything. Where do you start? Here's the answer.

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    How to get to the bluffs? Drive to the end of Cecil Crescent. Once you find the children's playground, walk as far as you can into the park hop over the fence, and be rewarded with this epic view. -- Kimberley Ong via Foursquare
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    Visited on a very cold and heavy snow day, but the staff was great. Gave us the full tour, despite rough conditions. Worth doing the guided tour then explore on your own. -- Erik Russell via Foursquare
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    Wonderful old building steeped in sporting and musical history. Worth a look round if you've got an interest in those. -- Michael Holdsworth via Foursquare
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    The second floor Renaissance and European ceramics were my favourite! There's a video on how many of the beautiful pieces are created, would highly suggest that everyone watch that too. -- Hina Husain via Foursquare
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    This building is the ORIGINAL Toronto Stock Exchange. That being said, its also haunted ! -- Matthew Cohen via Foursquare
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    Be there around noon to get the best of the sun and avoid the largest of the ferry rush. -- Kyle N via Foursquare
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    The platters are HUGE! If you're going with three friends, split the platter for two... TRUST ME! -- Michelle Vanek via Foursquare
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    Little gem in the heart of Toronto. Don't forget if you want to go swimming there is a public pool nearby. -- Marvin via Foursquare
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    Lovely staff, and lots of history but their pricing needs work (it's too expensive for what you get) -- Ramin Hossaini via Foursquare
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    If you really MUST smoke, throw out your butts in one of several trash bins just beyond the sandy area. You want to come back, don't you? -- Nathan Maharaj via Foursquare
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    Toronto staple. Here you can find bike rentals and tune ups, weekly markets, various events. Great place for families. -- ILYA SPEKHOV via Foursquare
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    They've got dinosaurs and a bat cave and a touch-and-feel area. Not many museums are as kid-friendly as this. It's not too big and it's right in the heart of the city. -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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