I’ve been spending a lot of time in Toronto lately and found the experience to be pretty interesting. My trips to Canada always reveal a little more to me about the country but this most recent trip has provided a mouthful. It started off with me introducing myself to a few of the people I’d be working with and my eyebrows raised a little when one individual refused to shake my hand. I’m pretty sure from the way he was looking at me it was not due to religious purposes – lol.
I spent all day Saturday in the heart of downtown Toronto and stayed overnight in the Radisson hotel that is right on the waterfront and walking distance to most of Toronto’s downtown attractions. I walked around the whole day visiting a variety of multi-cultral activities and also checked out the Adidas Flow 3on3 basketball tournament. The Eaton mall downtown was pretty nice too. Richmond Street and Younge Street were the two major streets downtown with plenty of activity going on. Richmond and the two streets parallel to it on both sides are full of many clubs all nearly across the street from each other along several blocks.
It was a shame to take in the many things I saw solo but I’m glad I was able to experience them anyway. Check out the pictures in the photogallery in about a week or so….