Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Toronto, as seen by the Telegraph:

North America’s fourth largest city is arguably its most vibrant, thanks to the waves of young immigrants, who have transformed a rather sober destination into the world’s most cosmopolitan. Few cities are as creative, thanks to talented fashion designers and artists, architects and craftspeople, musicians and chefs. The museums are world class, while the large student population adds to the buzz.

Not sure about their choice of "best" restaurants though. Rodney's Oyster Bar?! What about Suser Lee? Mark Thuet? Big Fat Burrito?


David T. Macknet said...

I thought you left there 'cause it was boring, though! How can that be? ;)

Jennifer said...

DaviMack, it is pretty (kinda) boring compared to London, NYC, Glasgow or Belfast. It's really really safe though. As much as I love Toronto, I do hate various aspects of it (i.e. uptight aloof Torontonians; the TTC; abundance of SUVs; Torontonian crowd mentality at concerts etc etc etc)

David T. Macknet said...

See, the whole "safe" thing? That's kinda worth something. Mind you, Glasgow's something like 10% more safe than New York City. So ... Glasgow's reputation is a bit much, really. ;)