Toronto has something for everybody -- no matter what you're into -- if you give it a chance. It's just an awesome city -- still my favorite city in the world.
If you've never been to Toronto, you definitely have to go to the CN Tower. They have an unbelievable view from the CN Tower; you go up there on a clear day and you can see the whole city and beyond. They have a glass floor, and you can walk on this glass floor, and it's freaky. So definitely you have to go and see that.
There's also Yonge Street. You gotta go down Yonge Street and go shopping, go to the Eaton Centre, the big mall downtown. Yonge Street is actually the longest street in the world. It goes through Toronto, through other streets and towns. In Toronto, that's like the biggest place for shopping.
If you get a chance, go see a Maple Leaf game. It's always cool.
301 Front St. W.
Toronto, ON M5V2T6
Phone: (416) 360-8500
Open Sun.-Thurs. 10am to 10pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am to 11pm
Toronto.com says: "Toronto's most famous, most visible landmark, the CN Tower is the world's tallest free-standing structure."
220 Yonge St.
Toronto, ON M5B2H1
Phone: (416) 598-8700
Open Mon -Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 9:30am- 7pm; Sun noon- 7pm
Toronto.com says: "...it is the third largest mall in Canada and is recognized as one of the city's most popular Toronto attractions."
Toronto Maple Leafs @ Air Canada Centre
40 Bay St., Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5J2X2
[Leafs play the Dallas Stars on Saturday, March 16. You can go ... if you don't have tickets to the sold-out evening session of AXXESS.