I have been living in my new place for two weeks now. I lived at my previous place for a year. What I like about moving to a new place is the different kinds of ‘adventure’ I will have every day. Different ways walking in Downtown Toronto. Getting familiar with the new area. Finding new places to go to. These small little things I do or will do everyday are just a good enough of an adventure for me! Yes, I really do want to travel outside of Toronto but this is a least better than nothing! However, I did do more traveling around the city during the move to my new plac. I like to keep my life interesting even by doing such small little things.
I have found different shortcuts to my place and to the main downtown core. I live by the water this time! So, I enjoy the fresh air and being close to majority of my favorite areas so far in Toronto. I love the waterfront trails heading towards Toronto West End area where High Park is. I have already attended various events around my area which included the Fort York outdoor film screenings which I mentioned in my previous post. I have frequently been going to TIFF Bell Lightbox even more! My main goal in my new area is to still make sure to at least walk an ‘hour’. I have noticed since I live so close to many of my favorite places I don’t walk as much as I should! I have no idea what my game plan is once winter officially hits though. I have a feeling I wouldn’t want to go out as much. Check out the list below of all the other events and attractions I went to this month:
CNE – I went on Thursday after 5pm when the tickets were cheaper. It ends tomorrow!
Spadina Museum – I visited this as I bought a weekly TTC pass. It is really like the Toronto version of Downton Abbey. I got to learn more about Toronto’s history at the same time!
Toronto Botanical Gardens – Also, visited here when I had the weekly TTC pass as well. It was nice to travel so far up and see more of Toronto’s nature! Love the gardens and the trails. I wish I had more time to look around more and walk further along the trail.
Shakespeare In High Park – I visited High Park twice this month and once was to finally see on of the Shakespeare in High Park show! Definitely reminded me of NY and their Shakespeare in The Park. High Park definitely has some similarities to Central Park too!
SummerWorks – I was able to see three shows this time! I bought a show pass!
Make sure to check back tomorrow as I will have all the events I will be attending or working/volunteering at next month! I have a very busy month ahead!