Most women love shoes...
Jan, Lecanto, Florida, USA
We all need some fantasy in our lives...
Diane, California, USA
Pamper your hands in Toronto...
When it comes to caring
for your hands, I nominate Tracy Sheridan of Yorkville's Lid Salon for
'Best Manicure in Town" award. Not only is Tracy great at what
she does but she's lovely to chat with as well. I guess I'm not the
only one who feels this way -- I see Tracy's name popping up in local
style and beauty magazines all over the place. Tracy's contact info:
Tel: (416) 967-3311. Address: 106 Yorkville Avenue
Tour the market area...
Have a couple of hours
to spare (from Wed. to Saturday)? Interested in meeting up with other
visitors to Toronto? You can join the St. Lawrence Market's Food and
History Walking Tours. This includes food sampling in the Market, a
visit to the Market Gallery, and uncovering some of the historic lore
of Old Town Toronto. Tickets $20. Not interested in a tour? Then just
pop into the market and browse -- maybe even pick up lunch or dinner
goodies. Saturday is a great time to mingle with Torontonians doing
their weekly food shopping. Website: http://www.stlawrencemarket.com/
Watch Breakfast Television for great advice...
My best piece of advice for Toronto is to watch Breakfast Television.
It will point you in the right direction. Last year I was in the city
three times and heard about the fabulous Textile Museum yard sale, and
the One of a Kind show at the Canadian National Exhibit -- both courtesy
of Breakfast TV. So take
a few minutes in the early morning to tune in -- it starts at 6:30 AM
-- and see what's on in town when you are visiting Toronto.
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