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Ever since Ramadan began, it opened up an hour long block during my lunch break. Determined not to sit at my desk and surf or write away, I figured I would set out in the city and find 20 different thing within walking distance of work to view during the next 20 days of my work before my mini vacation begins on September 8th.
Here is the list of places I have been so far:
1. Hockey Hall of Fame Store
2. Hockey Night in Canada / CBC Radio Museum
3. Nathan Phillip’s Square
4. Porter Airlines Bus (Union Station)
Since August 11th, those have been my four stops and for that last one being yesterday, that is the free bus service from Porter Airlines to the Airport located in Downtown Toronto that I will be taking next month.
I am going to list some more places that I want to see below but I definitely won’t be able to fill all 30 so for those of you reading this, help me out.
Places I want to visit:
1. Air Canada Centre
2. Eaton’s Centre
3. Maple Leaf Square
4. Rogers Centre
5. CN Tower
6. Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
7. City Hall
8. Roy Thompson Hall
9. Metro Toronto Convention Centre
10. Art Gallery of Ontario
This puts me at 14 places, leaving 6 more to figure out in the next 15 work days. If you know of a place that you want to recommend, let me know in the comments or reach me any other way you know how.
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