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Toronto Staycation Essentials
This review originally appeared in Thirty Four Flavours, a Toronto-based blog about a Rexdale princess dishing out sweet scoops on fashion, film, music, and travel.
For the next two weeks I am on a Toronto Staycation. I decided earlier this year that I was going to scale back and do some off the beaten track walking tours, discovering of new neighbourhoods in my hometown, and most of all, visit Toronto’s finest museums, galleries and attractions at cheap and cheerful pricing.
Before I start on the Essentials of a Staycation, let me tell you how great it is to wake up in my own home, make my own hearty breakfast with tea and being able to lounge a bit before heading out. I like the feeling of not having to rush and just moving slow after a year of work where I am run off my feet. I came home a short while ago and warmed up some spaghetti and meatballs I had made last night with a glass of wine. It’s a good life!
Now onto the Staycation Essentials. I purchased three essentials which I used today to the fullest. The three pieces I encourage you to pick up are the City Walks: Toronto, a TORONTO CityPASS and the Moleskine City Notebook: Toronto.
See a "delicious" layout and read more on these products from Thirty Four Flavours.