Secret Toronto: The Unique Guidebook to Toronto's Hidden Sites, Sounds and Tastes

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ECW Press, 2002 - Travel - 280 pages
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This detailed guide leads travelers far from the beaten path to uncover Toronto's best-kept secrets. From obscure museums and overlooked neighborhood treasures to tucked-away green spaces and exotic ethnic cuisine, these little-known destinations yield big rewards for the more adventurous traveler. The soul of this cosmopolitan city is highlighted by hotspots where visitors can learn Latin dancing at night, disco after hours, and rent a private dungeon at an S&M bed-and-breakfast.
  

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Contents

Introduction
9
How to Use Secret Toronto
10
Other Resources
11
SECRET
13
The Secret Future
258
Subject Index
259
Alphabetical Index
272
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About the author (2002)

Scott Mitchell is the author of Canadian Internet Directory. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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