Niagara falls are described as the 8th natural wonder of the world.
Indeed they are worth the car ride from Toronto: here above the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, with some tourists queuing for the cruise.
Niagara falls downtown is also a wonder … of its kind.
Water again: Niagara falls from the Canadian side and Maid of the Mist approaching the huge Horseshoe falls.
Niagara … fallen.
Finally, into the Horseshoe Falls with the Canadian Horn Blower!
Niagara Falls are a majestic natural wonder … with some awkward neighborhoods 😀 Click each picture to enlarge.
The tallest freestanding structure of the Western Hemisphere is the Canadian National Tower, built back in 1976.
And the highest floor in the Western hemisphere is its Skypod.
From its 447 m.s.l., enjoy the majestic view on Toronto downtown and lake Ontario.
Wait for the the lights switching on the Gardiner motorway and roof top swimming pools …
… and enjoy the sunset. Pictures shot with a Nikon 16-35 mm and a 70-200 mm VR II. Click each picture to zoom in.
To explore the jungle of Toronto you will need a guide with a large hat. Otherwise follow somebody big.
They will lead you through the reflecting labyrinths of glass and metal of University avenue …
With them you will be not scared by the dark gorges of Bay and Yonge streets …
and through the sunny oasis of Nathan Philips square, you will finally reach the 553 meter high totem. Where to go from here? Click each picture to enlarge
“Hi Jim, I come to visit your homeland for a while, any suggestion?” “Sure Lorenzo, I send you a full road map from Toronto to Quebec City!”
And so it was. More than 2,000 km on the road, discovering the French and English in every citizen of Canada East coast. And here we start with entering Toronto!