HIDDEN TORONTO – SOME MEMORABLE SURPRISES YOU JUST MIGHT ENCOUNTER

Like many cities and towns TORONTO has its share of unique, hidden stuff well worth a look.  <ABOVE – An East End mural><The Terra Cotta House, 20 Jerome Street><The final resting place of famed pianist Glenn Gould in Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Mr. Gould was buried beside his parents.><The infinity swimming pool on top of the Thompson Hotel, 55 Wellington Street West><Highway 401 pedestrian overpass><Canada’s largest pipe organ, Metropolitan United Church, Queen East at Church Street><Ryerson University’s secret garden off Gould Street, close to Yonge><Interior of the Native Family Services Building on College Street><One of those unique TORONTO houses><And it’s a city near water – sometimes too much>

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