Thursday, May 26, 2011

Busy Toronto Harbour

Harbourfront and Queens Quay are Toronto's waterfront cottage. The commute is a bummer but sitting down by the lake with your toes in the water is a little slice of heaven. As the ice seems to be temporarily out of the inner harbour, the space seems to be filling with all manner of ships, boats and canoes. A loaded dragon boat paddles behind the tall ship Kajama while cruise ships are tied up at the dock.
I will eventually go on the City Lights Cruise ship for a night of merriment. Booyah!
Water Taxi

Plenty more boats after the jump.

A prop plane takes off from the Island Airport behind the Kajama
Mariposa Belle heads out to sea (or lake)
Exhaust pipes and engines of a cigarette boat
Captain John's looks like it is ready for some paint
The busy ferry docks
canoeing on the Harbourfront Centre pond
The Wave Deck and docks
The Oriole
various sizes of sailboats
The Ste. Marie I
Police Boat - what you goin to do, huh, when they come for you
A ferry crosses the harbour
the Hippo tour boat/bus cruises the street and the harbour

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The toronto harbor is a nice place to visit while you're in the city. It's busy with cafes, restaurants, souvenir shops and lots of people..

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