Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sit on that famous orange couch with a cup of coffee in the morning and discuss ordinary problems? Yes, I know, you’ve dreamed about it several times (what, just me? Ok, never mind …) Last Saturday we went to the Central (Perk) Cafe here in
Toronto has several trails for walking or cycling. For me they are like a refuge in the big city, since in some we even forget that it is in a city as big as Toronto. Last Saturday we ventured down the Lower Don Trail, a trail that runs from Waterfront Est toward Evergreen Brick Works
August 20th to 26th in Toronto, Canada. All photos were took with the Sony A6300 camera, edited in Adobe Lightroom with presets created by me. On sale soon here on the blog.
I thought long before posting this look. Nothing wrong with it, on the contrary, it was PERFECT for the day. The problem is that this dress is so old, so old that it does not help much I use it as inspiration in the blog. It was bought many years ago in a neighborhood store
August 13th to 19th in Toronto, Canada. All photos were took with the Sony A6300 camera, edited in Adobe Lightroom with presets created by me. On sale soon here on the blog.
Outside, some bistro-type tables in Paris invite you to enter. The door itself is lovely and the interior does not disappoint. So I can describe the experience of finding Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie in the Distillery District. When I saw the front, I immediately thought: I have to go inside. Inside, the counter displays
Financial neighborhoods are often the throbbing heart of a city from Monday to Friday and uninteresting on weekends, right? Not the Toronto Financial District. For me, it’s one of the best areas in town to have a good coffee, eat well and even see art on the streets. Doubt? Let me convince you to go
July 6th to 22nd in Toronto, Canada. All photos were took with the Sony A6300 camera, edited in Adobe Lightroom with presets created by me. On sale soon here on the blog.
You know I love discovering new cafes in Toronto. Also know that if the weather is not very inviting we will run to a cafe or restaurant. That was what happened last Saturday. The weather was c*****, so we ran for coffee, hehe. And I will not say that we discovered a new coffee shop
Imagine a place full of leisure and history: this is the Distillery District in Toronto. The name comes from Gooderham & Worts Distillery, a whiskey distillery that had its golden age in the nineteenth century. At the beginning of the 20th century, more precisely during World War I, business began to be weakened and the