Great historical artifacts of Jewish culture, especially for visitors like us who are surrounded by it constantly. For non-Jews, I wonder if this would be an eye-opening experience. One thing that is universal though is the booth about the Holocaust. (Note that this is a...更多
We visited this muesum located inside of congregation Beth Tzedec. Admission was free, and a very nice senior adult discussed...更多
York-Crosstown is a sleepy area of Toronto dotted gorgeously with hills and farmland, stately homes and parks. An affluent district in parts, the stately houses at Baby Point along Jane Street are especially breathtaking, and make for a lovely wander on a clear day. Parks are bountiful in York-Crosstown, which makes it a vibrant area for outdoor play and sports, providing a break from the hustle of Toronto's busy,
jam-packed city center. For a little spice after a walk in the park, the Little Jamaica area of York sports cheap, authentic food from the Caribbean. This area is restful and more orientated towards outdoor activity and the exploration of nature.