And a little bit of Christmas spirit in the Four Season Centre.
We say good bye to July again. It happens too often.
I love to visit Toronto early Sunday Morning. The most comfortable time to be there because of cool air, empty streets, and absolutely no crowd. It is good time for walking around downtown and enjoy the quiet city life. On Sunday all the shops are closed till noon, only some cafes and restaurants which serve breakfast are opened. This is why there are not many people on the streets. Closer to noon the city is filling up by the people and looks like an anthill, then it is time to leave it.
Unforgettable event in Toronto take place even in our pandemic time with some restrictions. During the lock down it’s not working but when it is possible the organizers of this lovely event make it open to public.
It is absolutely amazing attraction. All of Van Gogh painting coming on the Walls of the huge hall following by nice classical music. All that creates the feeling to be right inside of the painting scene.
Here you can find yourself at Café Terrace at Night.
Or you can see yourself in the Sunflowers field.
Suddenly, you are at the Windmills near Zaandam.
Then you are among the Potato Eaters. It is really special journey, and to leave it takes efforts.
To see more pictures of this wonderful attraction go to gallery and follow by the arrow to walk through the magic world of Van Gogh.
The beginning of November treats Toronto and its people with the nice, almost summer weather. High Park in the morning is just right place to enjoy this kind of days. There are still a lot of autumn colours around.
Toronto. Saturday. Noon. Sunny day. Emptiness. Hard to imagine the city like that. Usually the life is boiling in downtown on Saturday. Now it looks like a dead city. Hopefully it is not going to last long and everything will come back to normal. I believe!
We are again waiting for the Magic Holiday – Christmas! Aurora Winter Festival is in the city of Toronto!
This event brings together Canada’s best national level and high performance junior and senior gymnasts who will challenge for the title of Canadian Champion in men’s and women’s individual and synchronized trampoline, tumbling, and double mini-trampoline.
(To see full format picture click any picture in gallery.)
Distillery District in Toronto is the beautiful place to discover. There are a lot of Art Galleries, Souvenir Shops, Cafe and Restaurants and other interesting places to visit around. Beauchamp Art Gallery is one of this lovely places. It is small but full of true Work of Art. The artists presented here are completely different in the technique of execution of the works, which makes them unique artists.
The home of Aurora Winter Festival is Ontario Place, Toronto. It is awesome unforgettable light show! It makes Christmas and New Year holiday bright and happy!
In celebration of the House of Dior’s 70th anniversary, Christian Dior explores the brilliance behind Dior’s dramatic creations that revived the entire Paris haute couture industry after the devastation of the Second World War. In 1947, the opening of the new couture house and the revolutionary “New Look” – with soft shoulders, padded hips and long, full skirts – swept away the wartime masculine silhouette making Christian Dior’s postwar fashions desired, worn and copied by women around the world.