CN Tower Canada

Friday, April 5, 2013
It was summer of 2011 when we visit Toronto Canada. There's no way you will miss this tallest free standing tower located at downtown Toronto. CN Tower  a signature icon of Toronto's skyline, and a symbol of Canada, attracting more than two million international visitors annually. It is open for public, there were three public observation points: the SkyPod ( known as the Space Deck) that stands at 447 m (1,467 ft), the Indoor Observation Level (now named Indoor Lookout Level) at 346 m (1,135 ft), and the Outdoor Observation Terrace (at the same level as the Glass Floor) at 342 m (1,122 ft). One floor above the Indoor Observation Level was the Top of Toronto Restaurant which offers an awesome and romantic view for lovers.  

This is another one of the buildings you must visit . At first you wonder why you're paying so much that it can't possibly be worth it. Next thing you know you're suited up, strapped in, the glass doors slide open and you're led out on top of the CN Tower.  I loved the views. We went on a clear day so you could see the entire city. The glass floor was a little freaky but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I loved that you could roam from floor to floor.

The CN Tower was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World


CN Tower Entrance

Downtown Toronto - Business District


Toronto Island


Toronto Blue Jays Stadium

25 comments:

  1. Wow! Canada looks gorgeous. I wish I could go there someday.:)

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  2. I always want to visit and even live in Canada. there is something there that made me want to stay there but hubby said no, it is too cold there, lol. Anyway, that is a beautiful tower.

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  3. Hi there! thank you for sharing with us these amazing photos. Never been to Canada and would love too. It's funny because I was watching the Americas next top model yesterday on the iPad and this episode of the show was in Toronto Canada and they were at the CN Tower. Beautiful and spectacular place.

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  4. WOW! amazing view. thanks for sharing these photos. If we go there we will for sure wont miss this cite too. lovely place to visit to.

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  5. I love your captures sis and those views are just magnificent.

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  6. Oh man i wanna go to Canada! Love all the pictures :)

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  7. nice photos and the view is awesome, no wonder it is one of the modern seven wonders o the world

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  8. Lovely shots, I am going to include this on my list to see when I already have the chance to live in Canada but I think it is not sooner.

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    1. Thanks Rah, canada is an interesting place but i wont live there (my opinion) weather is bad during winter and taxes is high worst than New York

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  9. One place on our bucket list to visit in the future. We are near to Canada but on British Columbia side and I haven't been there yet. Hopefully we can visit there once our youngest have her passport already :-)

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  10. I know some friends and relatives living in Canada. Thanks for sharing all those beautiful shots. Just by seeing your photos it's like I have already been there in that place.

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  11. Wonderful views! I wish to visit Canada one day:)

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Ate Joy, surely you will who knows it will be soon :)

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  12. wow! i super love the views. do you have to pay before you can roam around from floor to floor or those three levels?

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    1. You can get a package tour, in Canada everything is so pricey. If your in tight budget the 1st & 2nd level is on the same fee the midfle level is where the resto is . the top level is more money becoz u got to see more but the deck is a little bit narrow.

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  13. amazing and breathtaking view, looks like i only saw on movies and postcard.

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  14. Toronto to me looks so peaceful and not so crowded like the other crowded cities like New York. Nice photos by the way!

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    1. Its crowded there too Makoy so many immigrants. Mostly Arab and Asian , you can hardly see white American. If you see some wait until you hear them talking they might be french ha ha. I dont mind visiting there but will never move in toronto. Their taxes is worst than New York. Canadian love to cross the USborder just to go to Walmart of JC Penney .

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  15. Huwaw super ganda pala ng CN Tower lalo na yung view sa paligid nya :)

    Oh diba, ako lang ang nagtatagalog sa comment box mo dito Ate Leah hahaha!

    ^_^

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    1. Ha ha okay lang yan bunso, were on free country. We can speak whatever language we want. ^_^

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  16. wooottt ang dami kong friends nasa canada pero wala akong nakitang may nagpost about nitong CN Tower nato hahaha ang galing ng gumawa ng tower na yan, i wonder where did he put his brain after hehehe thanks for sharing this maki ate leah na rin ako hahahaha

    oh sasabayan ko na si feyel sa pagtatagalog dito sa comment hahaha

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    1. he he Thanks Lala :) i know this architect is so genius!

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  17. Wow! never been to Canada, but I'm hoping I can visit there someday:) thanks for sharing nice pic

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    1. your welcome sis :) my pleasure thanks for stopping by.

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  18. These are really beautiful pictures of modern Canada, I quite like the picture in which we can see the Toronto Blue Jays Stadium. This stadium looks stunning from top.

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