Square One

July 2nd, 2008

Wednesday morning begins with a breakfast at a local cafeteria but the sheer size of the dish makes it seem more like a brunch.

With a large amount of coffee Scandinavian R is saturated with both caffeine and energy making it possible to enter the depths of the Toronto City Hall.

The Toronto City Hall was designed by a Finnish architect Viljo Revell back in the 1960’s and has become a landmark in the city. This outstanding architectural creation might have been inspired by visions of all our yesterdays. Inside the municipal umbrella residents of the city can cure all their bureaucratic evils and burdens through the help of the sentinels of civil authority.

After a self-guided tour inside and around the facility it is already noon. The next hours will be spent by mapping the attractions and must-see locations of the the largest city in Canada.

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