Is it worth visiting Toronto?

Is it worth visiting Toronto?

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  1. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Southern Ontario is gay as quebec, Northern Ontario is for Chads

    • 6 months ago
      Jackass

      Lmao

      Oh look the ont*rrible homosexual is back to project at quebecers again

      Nowhere in quebec is anywhere near as gay & pozzed as toronto. Toronto is pure globohomosexual so intense new yorkers or californians would find it excessive

      Only if you have a car or really like going to overpriced sports games and/or concerts.
      The only benefit of Toronto is that the US dollar and euro can go far here if you eat out. If you have access to a car we have a good cottage country a couple hours north that stretch for hundreds of kms and also a pretty solid wine scene in Niagara (stretches along Lake Ontario from Grimsby to Niagara-on-the-Lake) and in Prince Edward County. The latter has sadly been ruined by the wedding industry but if you go in the late summer you can usually find some cool coves and waterside trails.

      >The only benefit of Toronto is that the US dollar and euro can go far here if you eat out.
      I highly doubt that. The currency rate difference right now is huge at 1.36, but canadian food is at least 50% more expensive than the US. A sit down meal at an informal italian restaurant is at least 50 bucks just for the entree.

      Even Montreal or Niagara Falls?

      Montreal was kino as frick, but its been fading for a long time.

      Niagara falls is like all of the stupid shit associated with times square grew into an entire city. Its a see it once then never go back destination for basic tourists

      LOL I was thinking the exact same thing about Toronto/Chicago recently.

      I don't understand the "use case" for Toronto, much like I feel Chicago is an obsolete city. In the US, most of our major cities are specialty cities.

      >New York: Finance, media, and entertainment center
      >Boston: Elite education and biotech center
      >DC: Government and military industrial complex center
      >Miami: Money laundering/drugs/vacation/state income tax haven/sketchy rich people city
      Houston: Energy city
      SF/Bay Area: Tech hub
      LA: Entertainment hub and major port city

      Like what is even the purpose of Toronto or Chicago in the modern era, being a non-specialty city? I just don't get it.

      >Like what is even the purpose of Toronto or Chicago in the modern era, being a non-specialty city? I just don't get it.

      Toronto is a major hub for the mining industry, canadian corporate offices, and unironically globohomo. Its not a coincidence that kanyes handler Harley Pasternak is based out of hogtown.

  2. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Only if you have a car or really like going to overpriced sports games and/or concerts.
    The only benefit of Toronto is that the US dollar and euro can go far here if you eat out. If you have access to a car we have a good cottage country a couple hours north that stretch for hundreds of kms and also a pretty solid wine scene in Niagara (stretches along Lake Ontario from Grimsby to Niagara-on-the-Lake) and in Prince Edward County. The latter has sadly been ruined by the wedding industry but if you go in the late summer you can usually find some cool coves and waterside trails.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      moron detected. And to answer you question OP. FRICK NO canada is garbage

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Even Montreal or Niagara Falls?

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          Montreal is one of my favorite cities ever, but I really, really doubt Toronto is close to its league
          Never been there but everything I've heard about Toronto makes it sound like a budget Seattle with 2x the number of Indians

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Nice low IQ reply you Black personhomosexual.

        Montreal is one of my favorite cities ever, but I really, really doubt Toronto is close to its league
        Never been there but everything I've heard about Toronto makes it sound like a budget Seattle with 2x the number of Indians

        Yeah Toronto is like Chicago but with worse transit but better pizza (deep dish is overrated sloppa that doesn't hold a candle to Toronto's best pizza e.g.: Badiali, Sugo, Fourth Man In The Fire, Descendant, Bitondo's, North of Brooklyn, Bello) and yeah...a lot of fricking pajeets and asiatics

  3. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Toronto feels like Chicago to me. If you want to eat at an expensive restaurant or feel cultured because you ate at an Afghani place, you go here.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      LOL I was thinking the exact same thing about Toronto/Chicago recently.

      I don't understand the "use case" for Toronto, much like I feel Chicago is an obsolete city. In the US, most of our major cities are specialty cities.

      >New York: Finance, media, and entertainment center
      >Boston: Elite education and biotech center
      >DC: Government and military industrial complex center
      >Miami: Money laundering/drugs/vacation/state income tax haven/sketchy rich people city
      Houston: Energy city
      SF/Bay Area: Tech hub
      LA: Entertainment hub and major port city

      Like what is even the purpose of Toronto or Chicago in the modern era, being a non-specialty city? I just don't get it.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Toronto is not in the US

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          I understand that. But why is Toronto even relevant in the context of North America? It's in anglophone Canada, and everything that Toronto does, a US city does better. I just feel like it Toronto should at most be a medium-sized regional great lakes city like Cleveland, rather than one of the biggest and wealthiest cities in North America. It just seems redundant.

        • 6 months ago
          Anonymous

          That makes it even worse, who wants to go to Canada?

      • 6 months ago
        Dylan

        Chicago is a hub for all modes of transportation including air and rail, both passenger and freight. Economically it's a jack of all trades. Good for the 3rd highest gmp (the city version of gdp) in the US with a powerhouse financial sector (2nd to NY) and robust manufacturing. Lots of corporate headquarters in the region including McDonald's, Walgreen's, Boeing, United, Caterpillar, Allstate, State Farm and many others. Calling it obsolete is really stupid and you should feel bad.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        Toronto is a city of 2 million Canadians, and 5 million Chinese and Indians. When you consider that fact it makes sense why Toronto is more in line with any 1-2 million people midwest city than being one of the biggest cities in North America.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sounds perfect

  4. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is there some sort of complex that people in Toronto have where they endlessly compare themselves to other big cities? Personal experience is they can't help themselves saying "oh yea but in Toronto we have..." as if everything is a competition

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's not just Toronto. Canadians have no identity. As Trudeau said, Canada is the world's first "post national" nation.

      Canadian identity is comparing themselves to America, being smug, and pretending they're better than America, but it's really just a cope for their inferiority complex and grasping at anything that feel can give them meaning or something to feel proud of. They view Tim Horton's as a staple of Canadian culture and pride themselves on how it's so much better than Starbucks. They pride themselves on how their maple syrup is so much better than Vermont's. When they travel they wear little Canadian flags on their backpack and always mention that they're from Canada. They have to let you know or else people might think they're Americans. Canadians are a sad people.

      • 6 months ago
        Anonymous

        There's so many immigrants now in Canada idk wtf it is.

  5. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    English Canada is the epitome of gay.

  6. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    Personally I think living in Toronto is fine, but never understood why someone would take a vacation here. I mean, I'm sure it's a good place to visit for a day trip or maybe for a weekend, but I can't picture staying longer than that.

    • 6 months ago
      Anonymous

      Speaking as that weekend tourist, I am in agreement. Spent a long weekend there (4 days) and felt like I did everything worth doing, including a Raptors game and going to Niagara falls. Honestly don't see a reason to go back anytime soon, but I did have a great time.

  7. 6 months ago
    CreepyThinMan

    >Is it worth visiting Toronto?

    Not anymore. Born and raised in Hamilton, going to Toronto up until 20 years ago was like going to the Emerald City. Now it's a soilless husk filled with ugly condos and smelly ignorant brown people like every other city these days!!!FACT!!!

  8. 6 months ago
    Anonymous

    No

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