CA, Ontario: Photo essay – Toronto in December

Despite low temperatures in the past week, we decided to keep our walking plans around Toronto. The first stop was in downtown, where we went to the waterfront.

 

Then wandered around the high and shiny buildings

 

Various reflections followed us everywhere

 

Painted walls made us think what kind of street art they are

 

If they are simply acts of vandalism or something else

 

But finding more in Kensington Market and some back alleys in Chinatown proved us we actually found an open-air museum; we had only to look around.

 

Eaton Centre was a quick stop for dinner

 

The Holiday lights twinkling after dark.

 

Thank you for your visit, follow or comment, and wishing you a Happy and Healthy New Year 2018!

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