Whatever: Toronto and Cruise Ship Terminal Essay

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Visitor Information Bloor Subway Line Yonge/University /Spadina Line Subway Stations Streetcar Boat Cruise Tours Island Ferry Airport Municipal Parking Lots Passenger Cruise Ship Terminal

Spectacular shopping and dining on Yonge Street, the Toronto Eaton Centre and in an array of stores and restaurants throughout the district. Outdoor concerts, live theatre and community festivals! Accessible from Queen, Dundas and College Subway stations. www.dowtownyonge.com Explore the past and present in Old Town Toronto, the city's birth place. Discover heritage sites, including one of the world's best markets - St. Lawrence Market. Hunt for retail treasures in a vibrant mix of specialty and home decor shops; indulge in live music and theatre, restaurants, patios and pubs that make this unique neighbourhood both hip and historic. www.OldTownToronto.ca

Places of Interest
Allan Gardens Conservatory Air Canada Centre Art Gallery of Ontario/Ontario College of Art and Design Bata Shoe Museum TIFF Bell Lightbox Toronto Coach Terminal Campbell House Canon Theatre CBC Broadcast Centre City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square Riverdale Farm CN Tower Design Exchange Distillery Historic District Yonge-Dundas Square / T.O. Tix Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Fort York National Historic Site Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art Harbourfront Centre/Queen’s Quay Terminal Hockey Hall of Fame Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Kensington Market Mackenzie House Massey Hall Metro Toronto Convention Centre Toronto Music Garden Princess of Wales Theatre Roy Thomson Hall Royal Alexandra Theatre Royal Ontario Museum The Second City Toronto Theatre Rogers Centre St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts St. Lawrence Market Textile Museum of Canada Toronto Island Ferry Terminal Toronto Railway Heritage Centre Union Station Exhibition Place, Ricoh Coliseum, Direct Energy Centre & BMO Field Panasonic Theatre

www.torontoed.com In the heart of Toronto, Canada's largest gay and lesbian village! Come and enjoy our friendly and diverse community supported by great outdoor patios, a variety of restaurants, night clubs, unique