Ritz-Carlton Toronto

The Ritz-Carlton Toronto near Roy Thompson Hall in downtown Toronto is one of the best hotels in the city. Not only the perfect location between CN Tower and the event center, but also the perfect equipment of the rooms and an excellent breakfast in the Club Lounge convince us.

Enjoy the CN Tower View from a Boat

The CN Tower is one of Toronto's most famous attractions. It is the tallest building in Canada and towers above all high-rise buildings by many meters. It can be seen from many places when driving through the city. It's best seen from a boat.

In Toronto this tastes good

In Toronto it tastes good - even chocolate with crystal salt. Offer me chocolate and I won't say no. It tastes just as good in Toronto as it does anywhere else. I love chocolate in every form and intensity. And so I can rarely go past chocolate, pralines, chocolate pudding or chocolate cream. Every dessert menu that contains chocolate dishes has already[…]

Toronto Chinatown - Impressions

Toronto Chinatown is probably one of the most famous ethnic neighborhoods in the metropolis on Lake Ontario. Chinatown is the neighborhood in Toronto that best shows the culture of its people. For me it symbolizes the diversity of this multicultural city.

City Hall of Toronto - Old and New

Toronto's Old and New City Hall stand right next to each other in the secret city center of the metropolis. They are only separated by a large square. In the summer, tourists relax on it after their city tour, and the residents take a break from everyday life.

Ritz-Carlton Toronto at the CN Tower

Do you know what it's like when you are booked into a five-star hotel and you don't know whether you will feel comfortable in the exclusive surroundings of such a top hotel? In some of these top hotels, the guest is treated slightly condescendingly and I usually feel somehow out of place. Quite different in the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Toronto: the […]

Bata Shoe Museum Toronto

We are in the Bata Shoe Museum Toronto. The Bata Shoe Museum is near the Royal Ontario Museum on Bloor Street. In this museum you can learn a lot about the role of shoes around the world. We meet the founder of the museum, Sonja Bata. She tells us how she got her shoe collection.