Monday, May 29, 2006


This city was mine for the last 7 years, and I was lucky to call it home. But when you leave what you like, you realise what is the most important thing that you like about a place. And in my home I like the way it was setup : many colour, and green on the side.

Toronto would not be Toronto without its island. With a $6 ride from downtown you are in a middle of the nature and full of green all around you. The view you have make worse the 6000 pennies you spend on your trip

But the most amazing thig is actually you have people living there. You canot have a house, but you can put your name on the wait list and maybe your gran-gran-son will be able to lease it for 99 years. What a true democaty !

The newly re-decorated ara of the distillery offer what would be the best impression of what was Toronto during the great depression.

Massey Hall for the people who like music ...

But since I am not living in this place, I can definately say that I love Toronto, "the biggest Hotel in the world", or "the greatest hospital in the world", depending when you arrive or at what stage you are in your life.