As with every year before it and, most likely, every year to come, 2017 was a year of ups and downs. Continue reading “Petite Adventures YEAR in Review: 2017”
For many, January is a month to hunker down and practice the Danish art of hygge, letting the cold, dark winter weather swirl around outside the windows.
But not for this Petite Adventurer, at least not this year!
While in past years, I’ve been known to spend more time inside than out during the winter, I’ve decided that 2017 will be different! This will be the year I get up and out, no matter the weather. And I’m happy to say that the first month of 2017 was filled with a few adventures, both big and small, despite some colder temperatures!
Well, I didn’t plan to completely abandon this here blog for the entire month of August, but these things just happen sometimes.
Continue reading “Petite Adventures Month in Review: August 2016”
Oh July: What a month you were. Continue reading “Petite Adventures Month in Review: July 2016”
There’s Always Something to Do
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and with a population of more than 2.615 milion people, the city is always bustling. Comprised of 140 “official” neighbourhoods – including Harboufront, Kensington Market, Queen Street West, Distillery District – there is always something to do, and area to explore.
As mentioned above, there are 140 recognized neighbourhoods in the city of Toronto, and each and everyone is full of amazing, delicious food. Anything you’re ever wanted to taste, eat, sample, you can find in Toronto. You can literally eat your way around the world over the course of a few blocks.
Not usually one for massive crowds, I seem to somehow overlook it at the intersection of Yonge Street & Dundas Street. Canada’s answer to Time Square Dundas Square is one of Toronto’s busiest intersections and a gathering place for so many celebrations – from concerts and Olympic hockey celebrations, to arts and culture celebrations. It’s definitely one of the liveliest places in the city and something exciting can be found in Dundas Square almost every weekend.
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