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					                      THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO
                       AN INFORMATION UPDATE

  The following is a list of some activities that are available to delegates and those
        accompanying them to Toronto for The ROYAL*2007*ROYALE.

        Pamphlets on these and many more activities will be available from the concierge
at any hotel you may be staying at. If you are staying at the show hotel (Radisson
Admiral Toronto at Harbourfront) you may wish to contact concierge Jef Farquharson
directly, for information about reservations, cost, availability etc. He can be reached at
416-203-3333 ext.2258 or

There are day and afternoon tours to Niagara Falls which include; Maid of the Mist
boat ride, buffet dinner overlooking the Falls, stopover in Niagara-on-the-Lake and much
more. Hotel pickups are available. For more information, visit the website at Another company offering sightseeing to Niagara is Grayline
of Toronto and can be checked out at;

For a fun tour of Downtown Toronto, the Harbour and Toronto Island, check out The
Bus & Boat Tour with unlimited bus access during your stay.

There is no way the Toronto Blue Jays will be playing that weekend, but if you are an
Argo or Montreal football fan, the teams will be playing at the Roger’s Centre on the
Friday evening of the ROYAL weekend. For tickets:

Sights on Bikes may well be the best way to see Toronto. There are organized guided
tours to many parts of the city and bike paths galore! Check it out at Reservations are required at

Here is a listing of places to visit. Check out their websites for information.
Hellicopter Tours over Toronto:
The Distillery District, tours shopping, entertainment, artist studios;
Air Canada Centre Tours, home of the Maple Leafs and Raptors;
Royal Ontario Museum “The Crystal Age has arrived.” The architecture of the new
galleries is unbelievable and it is now open. It’s spectacular!
CN Tower, Canada’s Wonder of the World provides an unforgettable view of the City
and a great ride to the top;
GreekTown on the Danforth, a great destination for shopping, dining, strolling with a
European flair;
McMichael Canadian Art Collection, “experience Canada in a day” at this unique and
remarkable gallery;

The ROYAL Planning Team cannot recommend these options. We contacted Toronto
Tourism and they sent us out pamphlets on the above activities. For a more complete
listing of events, activities, shopping, meals, tours etc., consult Toronto Tourism’s
Official Toronto Visitor Guide 2007, available from all Toronto hotels. They may even
send one to you, through the mail.

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