Other tour highlights were the Bata Shoe Museum shaped like a shoe box; the University of Toronto (largest in Canada); riding along the harbor front of Lake Ontario; the Skydome for sporting events; and Fort York which was taken over by the United States in the War of 1812 because the British simply left town.
Of course, a major part of any trip I take is seeing theatrical productions and I was rewarded with a variety of performances. We sarted with an afternoon dinner theater play, “Tony and Tina’s Wedding” at the Second City. From the minute we walked in the front door, we were caught up with the whole bridal group before and during the wacky “wedding” ceremony at Vinnie’s Chapel of Love. By the time we left the festivities, we were not just members of the audience, we had become part of the family!