It's a huge complex but it must be crowded with visitors in warm weather.
I could see why it was so popular as a movie set.
Those are locks. Lovers in Toronto are so much more orderly than lovers in Paris.
This was a beautiful little tea and jam shop.
A chocolate factory and restaurant. You can watch them grinding the cacao nibs.
Toronto has attractive dogs as well as black squirrels. This one was hostile and yappy, though.
This 12-year-old mixed-breed was adorable and her owner was very nice
about letting her pose for photos.
Sculpture in a gallery.
I was drawn to this artist's huge portrait's of children.
I saw three wedding parties taking photos in spite of the cold and the rain.
This one is posing in front of the huge, unlit Christmas tree.
Yes, she's wearing a fur stole — and rocking it.
These bridesmaids are all wearing the same dress, just wrapped different ways.
They were having quite a good time — not minding the cold at all.
A beautiful French bakery and brasserie.
Yes, I definitely would go back to the Distillery District.