The 6ix

Time flies, so I couldn’t help but continue my Canadian adventure by heading to Toronto and Niagara Falls. It was the first time I stepped out of Quebec boundaries, and I couldn’t hide my surprise in noticing all the (small but remarkable) differences compared to Montreal and its province. What I really loved in Ontario‘s capital was its downtown, its multicultural vibe, and eclectic neighborhoods.
Hope to see you again, the 6ix! 👋

The city had been built by people from innumerable elsewheres.
It was a chaos of cultures ordered only by its long streets.
It belonged to no one and never would, or maybe it was a million cities in one,
unique to each of its inhabitants, belonging to whoever walked its streets.
André Alexis

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CN Tower
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Toronto sign
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Downtown Toronto

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Gooderham Building
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Distillery District
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Toronto Public Library
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Grange Park
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Niagara Falls (US side)
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Toronto City Hall
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CN Tower
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