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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old Aug 31st, 2005, 06:27 PM Thread Starter
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What to do in Toronto?

I will be in Toronto for a few days in mid-September...what should I make sure to do/see?

Also, can any of you kind, gay Canadian boys recommend some gay bars/clubs?

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Well, I live in Toronto, what kind of stuff are you interested in? There are some great clubs along college st. They cater to a younger crowd. Queen West has some interesting nighlife.
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I'm really open to anything. I plan to see some of the nightlife, but I'm also interested in the sights, culture, etc.

Are there any places or sights that you think are a must-see for someone visiting Toronto?
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Go see the CN Tower and Niagara Falls for sightseeing, for sure.

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I was just their and the Hippo tour wasnt bad and Niagara Falls is cool aswell
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The nightlife is insane in Niagara Falls, but I don't know about gay nightlife.

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Hey G-Ha,

I've been meaning to contact you for ages. I see you didn't make it to London for summer. If I'd know that we were "open to anything" I would have paid your plane fare!

Have a great time.
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kitchener is near toronto, there are living some armish, it is very intresting to visit them

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Hey G-Ha,

I've been meaning to contact you for ages. I see you didn't make it to London for summer. If I'd know that we were "open to anything" I would have paid your plane fare!

Have a great time.
No, unfortunately, the London trip never panned out...but had I known about the possibility for free air fare, I really would have been "open to anything"...
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old Sep 1st, 2005, 05:17 PM Thread Starter
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And thanks to everyone for the suggestions!

Although, I'm still waiting for some ideas of what a cute, gay boy should do in Toronto. If no one has any recommendations, I guess I'll just have to see what kind of trouble I can get myself into on my own...
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