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Toronto's Open Doors
Both along Church St., Toronto, Ontario (May 29 2005)
Toronto had its annual Doors Open program last weekend. The site describes it as "one weekend, once a year - when over 100 buildings with architectural, historic or cultural significance open their doors to the public for a city-wide celebration."
But all of us passed up the opportunity and proceeded on our way to a hearty and heavenly Sunday lunch at Jamie Kennedy which was opening its doors for us at its only branch at 9 Church St.
Along the way, I made some window shopping. Rather, window shooting. The two above were the results. One will enjoy walking around Toronto, known for its old architecture (Cathedral Church of St. James, Home to Toronto's first Christian community, this English Gothic Revival church is noted for the tallest spire in Canada, some very fine stained glass, and North America's only peal of 12 change-ringing bells) and restored ones (an office with bright orange paint!).
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