Tuesday, October 25, 2011


What Torontonians really like (recently): riding a bike and going green. First thing is mastered with the BIXI stations, Toronto's public bike system. Second is met by several stores that trade only local/regional products and the waste separation of the city, which can be described as a "garbage role model" to the world. Really, it's been taken seriously. Toronto is the greenest city I know when it comes to evironmental issues. It's so green, they wouldn't allow mushroom clouds on a label of a beer bottle (True story, more about that another time)
Watch out, there is a puddle, would you please jump...

FOR Real Estate: These cool buildings on Yonge Street are on the market, they are right next to each other, if you happen to be really rich, you could be king of just another wing of the castle. Casa Loma would be ruined!



Dundas Square is the canadian Times Square (with fountains)

Another great view from the balcony today

Rosedale on the right

On Bay Street: According to my twin, the finest mexican (fast) food, they have it in the States as well

After hunting for Mumford & Sons Tickets, I've been taking a stroll through (fancy, fancy) Yorkville. It's like in the movies!

Those of you, who watch the TV-Series "Being Erica" on a regular basis, will know why I took a photo of this house. Who comments first with the correct answer, wins a one-in-a-lifetime souvenir, otherwise I will keep it myself :)

Uli, have you seen Toronto's cutest Fire Station at Yorkville Avenue?

Non-alcoholic sundowner at Bloor / Bay St

For those in need of new recipes... (850 Yonge St)

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