Friday, December 8, 2017

TORONTO CHRISTMAS MARKET


One of the nice things about having a stay-cation is the opportunity to take in things during the week when it's less busy. On Tuesday, November 28th, Rob and I did just that by heading down to the Toronto Distillery District to take in the Toronto Christmas Market. It was our first time going.

We had a grand time! We walked around and checked out all the vendors, made a few purchases.We enjoyed the sounds of the "Candy Cane Carolers", and had a delicious early dinner at Pure Spirits Oyster House and Grill. After dinner we enjoyed a hot chocolate from Soma while enjoying all the Xmas lights after the sun had set. Definitely an event I will partake in again.

Me with some plastic snowmen.
They were very colourful.
Xmas tree made out of wrapped boxes.
Presents!
WOW!

The "Candy Cane Carolers".
Us in front of the Christmas Tree. 
Buck a Shuck oysters at Pure Spirits on Tuesday nights!
Rob enjoying a proper "Moscow Mule" drink.
The darkness changes the look beautifully. 
Countdown clock.
Don't worry, I found him. 
Ok, so one of the things you notice really soon at the market, is that it is "selfie central". There are so many great places to take pictures, it's hard not to get wrapped up in it. We did get wrapped up in it! Neither one of us have a good camera on our cell phones, but we took a bunch of selfies anyway.





 And to top it off, WE SAW SANTA CLAUS!!!

1 comment:

Tammie Hache said...

Aw, that's the joy you get of living down there. :) Looks like it was great fun. And how tall is that freakin' tree??