Quiet Places To Relax In Toronto

Quiet Places To Relax In Toronto

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Looking to escape from the city buzz? Relax and chill for a while by heading to these quieter locales in Toronto.

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    Indigo now has an app available for in-app purchases, product search, and storing your loyalty card as well as gift cards. It's free to download for Android and Apple. -- Jessca CN 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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    Awesome local bookshop with curated selection and great staff tips. Tell them your favorite recent read and come away with some new recommendations. -- Ashleigh Gardner via Foursquare
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    Tina in the hair salon is great! In 1/2 hour, after a wash & style, you walk out feeling like a brand new person. -- Karen Schulman Dupuis via Foursquare
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    Great store, except you can buy every single book they have on their website for 20%-60% less, new, with one or two day shipping. However, I like their home section, they have nice warm blankets =) -- CJB 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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    The people here are great and know us to see us. They refer to my boyfriend as the author killer. But they are always happy to see me an love entertaining my son in the newly renovated children's area -- Gwenyth Love via Foursquare
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    Open at 8 am this morning. Grabbed a coffee and did some last minute shopping. No fuss, no crowds. Thanks @Chapters_Queensway. -- Elvina GB via Foursquare
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    I honestly could spend hours in this shop. Great books and lots of fantastic gifts. They also carry beautiful candles and bath salts so treat yourself. -- Desiree Gould via Foursquare
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    If you're a student on a budget this is a great place to do some studying or research while enjoying a $2.05 medium dark coffee from Balzacs. They have a great selection of regular coffee. -- Claudia Barrios via Foursquare
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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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    If you're trying to kill time while at the mall, head over to Indigo and find a magazine/book to read. Hopefully you'll be able to find a seat too. There's a Starbucks upstairs if you need a drink. -- Karen S J via Foursquare
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