Bay Street is short by TORONTO standards. It runs from the Ferry Docks north to Davenport Road. The southern section is Canada’s Wall Street – banks, the stock exchange, hotels, clubs, etc. But north of City Hall things change, and Bay becomes a mishmash of architectural and life styles, passing through some old and colourful neighbourhoods. Bay is an excellent place for a long stroll.
PHOTOS BELOW – the Toronto Labyrinth, Church of the Holy Trinity, Trinity Square; Victorian architecture and restaurants on Elm Street; Ontario Government complex and John B. Aird Art Gallery; St. Basil’s Catholic Church; Elm Street restaurants; and Pusateri’s at Yorkville Avenue and Bay.