Beard Family Trips & Vacations

Toronto, ON

October 8, 2011 - Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour


Pictures from the Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour:


Toronto Skyline












Canon Theatre, built originally in 1920 as the Pantages Theatre, is now a major theater in Toronto hosting large productions such as The Phantom of the Opera.




Pictures from Dundas Square.  Some kind of public event was being held there with police officers giving talks on their equipment and vendors participating.


Ride The Hippos tour bus (left) and City Sightseeing tour bus (right).



A watch tower that they used to use for keeping watch for fires after Toronto burnt down twice.  The tour guide said that he doesn't understand why they make such a big thing about the Great Chicago Fire in 1871 since the Great Toronto Fires were worse in 1849 and in 1904.



The Light Korean Presbyterian Church on the left.  Bata Shoe Museum can be seen in the right-hand picture.


Casa Loma (a "castle") can be seen in the distance over the treeline.


Approaching the Royal Ontario Museum (oddly shaped building ahead).



"The Audience" is a sculpture by Michael Snow dipicting the fans that attend the events.

Toronto Police on horseback alongside a fire truck looking for an emergency (really was, they couldn't locate the people who called)


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