Why I Had to Take a Culinary Tour in Toronto

Canada, Toronto Guide (B): Why I Had to Take a Culinary Tour in Toronto

Perhaps I should have titled this “Confessions of a Converted Travel Foodie.” Would you like to know why I had to take a culinary tour in Toronto? First I have to make a confession: I’m not really a travel foodie. I DO love eating great food, but it just hasn’t been my priority when I’m traveling.

My husband and I got up early to drive three hours from Kingston to Toronto. The motel we were staying in didn’t provide breakfast, and besides, we left so early, we would have missed it if they had! So we bought two yogurt parfaits from a convenience store the night before and put them in our motel room mini frig. That was breakfast.

We arrived in Toronto just minutes before the 10:00 am urban walking tour we’d signed up for. Two hours later, while visiting a rooftop bar for the views, we grabbed a handful of pretzels and a glass of juice. That was our lunch.

Because our walking tour went longer than expected, we returned to our hotel room with only 15 minutes to spare before dashing out for our scheduled bicycle tour of the Toronto Islands. We walked into the lounge, grabbed some gummie candies and left. That was the rest of our lunch! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Why I Had to Take a Culinary Tour in Toronto
Guide Location: Canada » Toronto
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Toronto Fire Station No. 315   Wanda’s Pie in the Sky   Garden Car   Nu Bugel   4 Life Natural Foods   Fresco’s   Toronto popcorn company   Tim Hortons  
Author: Tamara Wilcox
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