Toronto attractions... what should I do?!

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    Sep 16, 2012 11:32 PM GMT
    I have the urge to travel to Toronto. I have no idea what there is to do there but it looks and sounds like an amazing city! Was wondering if people could point me in the direction of some sight-seeing places, shopping, restaurants, cities, suburbs, attractions!

    Maybe gay bars? Anyones input? I am thinking sometime in October! Thanks!
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    Sep 16, 2012 11:36 PM GMT
    It's not really that amazing tbh.
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    Sep 17, 2012 2:03 AM GMT
    Hey Toronto is a nice city.... of course you can see the CN Tower, ROM, Casa Loma, Science Centre, Zoo etc..... If you want to have fun go to Church Street... you can walk around all hours of the night with plenty of gay night clubs. There's quite a a few. Start off with Woodys go across the street... then down to Zippers and the Barn.... and maybe go north and over a couple blocks to the Fly. For shopping check out Priape...mmmm

    Have fun....
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    Sep 17, 2012 2:05 AM GMT
    Toronto is a great city, so much fun and lots of things to do. You can always go to Niagara Falls too, not to far or Niagara on the Lake if you're into wine, lots of great wineries to visit
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    Sep 17, 2012 2:23 AM GMT
    robbee333 saidHey Toronto is a nice city.... of course you can see the CN Tower, ROM, Casa Loma, Science Centre, Zoo etc..... If you want to have fun go to Church Street... you can walk around all hours of the night with plenty of gay night clubs. There's quite a a few. Start off with Woodys go across the street... then down to Zippers and the Barn.... and maybe go north and over a couple blocks to the Fly. For shopping check out Priape...mmmm

    Have fun....


    No more Barn! But everything else is a great start. The zoo is a bit far and not overly exciting tbh. The CN Tower is a must see, head up to Dundas Square via the subway for some shopping at the Eaton Centre? If you have time I'd say check out Second City, really worth it. Visit the little communities of the city. What are you interested in doing though?