The Distillery District Revisited

I always find it interesting when I get this feeling of new found discovery in my own city. You know that feeling of amazement you initially feel as you stumble upon a new street, a new neighbourhood or just a new view for the first time in a foreign place? Well, sometimes I get that feeling just 20 km away … Continue reading The Distillery District Revisited

The City Says Hello

Bloor & High Park   Queen & Niagara   Yonge & Davisville   Queen & Shaw, window display of Bicyclette Boutique   Queen & Strachan Public transit is the perfect place to observe a city's human interaction, or in the case of Toronto, the lack of it. Being a daily commuter and active pedestrian, there is one … Continue reading The City Says Hello

Bike Route Snapshots

This summer, I've plunged into the passion of cycling. I owe my biking interest to Amsterdam after visiting this charming city in 2011. While on my brief but very enjoyable stay there, I was flabbergasted by its dominant abundance of bicycles. Millions of bikes were parked everywhere, millions of cyclists in suits, heels, dresses and babies strapped to … Continue reading Bike Route Snapshots