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Royal Ontario Museum

With six million objects in its impressive collection, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is Canada's biggest natural history museum. With its new eye-catching, über-modern Daniel Libeskind design, the main building is now a magnificent ... 

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Montreal Canadiens Dressing Room

December 2009

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The Canadiens' dressing room - way too tidy.

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Roma loma

July 2014

visiting the castle Roma Loma

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Toronto skyline from Lake Ontario

April 2013

Toronto skyline from Lake Ontario.

Casa Loma Tower

December 2009

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Tower at Casa Loma

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CN Tower

December 2009

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CN Tower in Toronto

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Casa Loma Conservatory

December 2009

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The conservatory at Casa Loma

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Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto

July 2009

Exterior of Royal Ontario Museum - Toronto - July 2009

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Casa Loma - Toronto

July 2009

Exterior of Casa Loma - Toronto - July 2009

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Toronto Harbour

July 2009

Toronto Harbour - view from CN Tower - July 2009

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Toronto CN Tower

July 2009

Toronto CN Tower - July 2009

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Casa Loma

July 2009

Carl R
USA

Casa Loma is an impressive mansion by North American standards, but not up to the many castles throughout Europe. It was certainly worth the time to see this mansion.

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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

July 2009

Carl R
USA

The Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Museum was very impressive. We spent so much time in the Dead Sea Scrolls that we only had a short time for the rest of the Museum. It is certainly worth a return visit next time we are in Toronto.

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CN Tower

July 2009

Carl R
USA

The view from the glass floor in the CN tower, at 1122 feet, was very interesting. The overall view from the tower was great. It was cloudy during our visit so we could not see all the way to Rochester but we could certainly see for a long distance. It was well worth the admission price. The line for the elevator to the Sky Pod, at elevation 1465 feet, was tool long for my patience. Hopefully on our next visit to Toronto the line won't be as long and the weather will be clearer.

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Toronto Skyline

July 2009

Carl R
USA

The skyline of the city is very pretty. Although Toronto is beginning to show its age, it is still a great destination.

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