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City of The Month: I never thought I would say this – the new epicenter of multi culture and Blue Jays, Toronto! By far Canada’s most bustling city, Toronto is rich in food, culture and sport. It’s new, refound vibrant energy left me scratching my head after being there only a few days. Lets face it – Toronto used to be a boring city with a terrible reputation for restaurants. Today, it is the hub business center in Canada, a thriving tourist destination and restaurants that rival world class cities like New York, Paris and Tokyo.
Where to stay: I decided to mix it up, first staying at the five star Shangri-La and then moving to the modern, high rise setting Trinity Suites offered. Both were most enjoyable. Shangri-La Hotel offers world class accommodations mixed with high end cuisine and perhaps the best ambiance in a lobby I have seen since staying at the Kempinski Hotel in Vienna. There’s groovy live music, great cocktails and lots of eye catching people ensconced in conversation and laughter. The staff is next to none, extremely polite and helpful. I could not imagine any Toronto hotel being more fun, elegant and better location than Shangri-La.
When I stayed at Trinity Suites I was impressed by how modern and accessible the apartment was. It was a stone throws from where the Blue Jays play, The Rogers Center, and was near all the hip, fun bars and restaurants on Front and King, two of the busiest streets in the city. Most of all you get bang for buck – it was under 200 dollars cdn, making it one of the best deals I have seen during my extensive world travels.
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