“Toronto”


Sail

It was my very first experience on a sailboat and I loved it! It’s so relaxing to be propelled by the wind as you slice through the water. The view was magnificent to look at, whether it was the endless horizon or the skyline of Toronto.

That day, I was glad to be all in white because it was very warm. When the sun is hot like that and I can’t seek refuge in the shade, I prefer to wear a loose, long sleeve shirt made of light cotton and tied at the waist. This way, my shoulders are safe from sunburn while I enjoy the breeze through my shirt.

Thanks to my Capeline and sunnies, I completely enjoyed this splendid afternoon!

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Shirt: Rag & Bone (similar), Shorts: American Eagle, Sunglasses: Raen, Hat: Club Monaco (also love this style).


The Girl in Toronto

Recently, Sam and I went to Toronto for a week end. It was for a quick visit, but I really appreciated this town for it’s welcoming inhabitants, contemporary architecture and eclectic boutiques.

We stayed in a charming little hotel: The Beverley. Well located, it has an intimate roof-top terrasse, ideal for the apero. The rooms are very small (–take note my claustrophobic readers) but really comfortable. Considering quality for price, it is an address to remember.

Toronto is located on the shore of Lake Ontario and has many beaches! If you go there, don’t forget your bathing suit and flip flops. But be careful: the sand burns! Sam and I burned our feet while trying to reach the water and it took us a few hours to completely recover! Ouch!!!

Because we are foodies, we went to a renowned restaurant: Canoe. It was divine! I wanted to go there so badly that I overcame one of my biggest fears: vertigo. This restaurant is located on the 54th floor of a Mies van der Rohe building and has a stunning view. It wasn’t easy for me, but it was definitely worth it!

But my favorite moment from this trip was our sailboat excursion on Lake Ontario. The view was superb and, because this lake is so large, it felt like I was on the sea! I’m saving some pictures for my next post!