Toronto’s day tour

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If you’re out of ideas on what to do during your stay in Toronto, this is a one day guide for you. Apart from my other Toronto entries: Village of IslingtonCasa LomaNiagara falls and more about Toronto. You can also visit one of their huge libraries. Located in Yonge street, you’ll find Toronto Reference Library. Just a few minutes walk from the Bloor-Yonge subway.

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Aside from being awed on this library huge space, it’s perfect for those who want a quiet place to study. Excellent facilities as they even have computers and rooms. And a huge collection of books for research and everything! For bookworms, this is a perfect hangout for you.

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If you’ve spent a whole afternoon in reading, why not try going for a show. Medival Times Dinner and Tournament are held every 7:30 PM. It’s all about chivalry, rivalry, knights, horses and food!

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Once you get to the entrance you’ll be assigned on which knights guild will you support: black and white knight, green knight, yellow knight, red knight, red and yellow knight and the blue knight. We get ourselves to the green group. And while waiting for the show to start, we watch some kids having swords play (a lot of kids!) and take a look at some memorabilia they sell.



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They even gather everyone to announce the birthday celebrants. How memorable.



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Once you get to the dome, a lot of screaming kids and adults like us too cheering for their team. And so the parade of colors begun.

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While watching the show and knight fights, some of the staff will go to you and ask for your preferred drinks and food. They served roasted chicken, bread and potatoes on the side.

my HungryPress Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Toronto

my HungryPress Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament Toronto

Experience medieval times show unlike any other. To get more information and tickets, you may visit their website: medievaltimes.com.



Read more about my other travel posts in Canada – Village of IslingtonCasa LomaDiscover NiagaraPlaces to visit in Toronto, Old Québec and Notre Dame.


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