The Grand Detour of 2019 | Coffee & Tea in Toronto

While in Toronto, I made it a point to visit as many coffee and tea (matcha) shops as I could. My sister provided me with a “hipster coffee fund,” so I had a bigger budget and didn’t need need to skimp out of the coffee. YAY. Since there were simply too many coffee shops inContinue reading “The Grand Detour of 2019 | Coffee & Tea in Toronto”

The Grand Detour of 2019 | Distillery District

Historically a whiskey distillery, the Distillery District is an area that has been converted into a public venue that houses boutique shops, art galleries, and trendy restaurants. I always enjoy trips to the Distillery, which is easily accessible by the King St streetcar. A national historic site, the Distillery also hosts events and campaigns forContinue reading “The Grand Detour of 2019 | Distillery District”

The Grand Detour of 2019 | Casa Loma

It only took four trips to Toronto and numerous occasions of passing by Casa Loma until I finally made it inside. Casa Loma is a castle in midtown Toronto and was previously an affluent family’s residence. There’s a fee to enter the castle (which I feel is worth it considering the upkeep required for theContinue reading “The Grand Detour of 2019 | Casa Loma”