S: The Kazis' Eastern Canada Tour - 2011
BC: Had an awesome vacation!! | Good Bye Canada!
FC: Eastern Canada Tour June 25 - July 8, 2011 | The Kazis'
1: Crossing International Boundary Line July 25, 2011 | Ontario (ON)
2: Toronto It is the provincial capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada.
3: Harbourfront The scenic shores of Lake Ontario
7: CN Tower Toronto It's the world's 5th tallest free-standing structure. The name CN originally referred to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower. Standing 553.33 meters tall, completed in 1976. It is a signature icon of Toronto's skyline and a symbol of Canada, attracting more than two million international visitors annually.
8: Going towards the CN Tower elevator.. Thrill to the top of the world in only 58 seconds! | The CN Tower as seen from its base
9: View of downtown Toronto from the CN Tower Sky Pod Observation Level
10: At the Sky Pod Observation Level
11: On the CN Tower Glass Floor
12: CN Tower Lookout Level
13: Downtown Toronto
14: Subway Station in Toronto Downtown | Rais loved the hotdogs from the hotdog stands
15: Young Street Toronto It was formerly listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the longest street in the world at 1,896 km.
16: Eaton Centre The Toronto Eaton Centre is a large shopping mall and office complex in downtown Toronto. | Dundas Square It's a commercial public square in Toronto. Times Square in New York City as a model to emulate, with its canyon of billboards and animated advertising screens.
18: Canada's largest media tower and considered to be the tallest media tower in the world. | The centerpiece of the square is the array of fountains!!
19: Bronte It is a former fishing village which became annexed in 1962 with the former Township of Trafalgar, forming the Town of Oakville.
20: Casa Loma | Casa Loma, in Spanish it means Hill House, is a Gothic Revival style house in midtown Toronto. It was originally a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt.
21: The house cost approximately $3.5 million and took a team of 300 workers, over a three year period from 1911-1914 to build from start to finish. At 98 rooms, it was the largest private residence in Canada.
22: Front Courtyard
23: The Conservatory 'showcases of plants' | Library | Main Floor | Smoking Room
24: Dining Room | View from upstaires | Wooden Staircase | Main Floor
25: Lady Pellatt's Suite | Sir Henry's Suite | The Round Room | 2nd Floor
26: The Garden of Casa Loma Upper Terrace
27: The Gazebo at the Lower Terrace
28: View from Lower Terrace
29: The Royal Ontario Museum is a museum of world culture and natural history in Toronto. | ROM
31: Natural History Dinosaurs
32: World Culture Galleries Canada
33: Native cultures
34: World Culture Galleries Middle East and South Asia
36: World Culture Galleries | China and Japan
38: Ontario Science Centre The Centre has several hundred interactive and passive exhibits throughout the buildings. They feature geology, the science of nature, astronomical science, how to play music and technology, human anatomy, communication and bias, and some miscellaneous artifacts of science.
44: Toronto Zoo
50: Little Bangladesh Danforth, Toronto
51: Little India Gerrard St., Toronto | Toronto is one of the world's most diverse city!!
52: Chinatown, Toronto 'One of the largest Chinatown in North America'
53: Niagara Falls | Panoramic view of American, Bridal Veil, and Horseshoe Falls | The Niagara Falls are the most powerful waterfalls in North America. It's composed of two major sections, the Horseshoe Falls (R) on the Canadian side and the American Falls (L) on the American side.
54: The Niagara River flows north from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. It forms part of the border between the Province of Ontario in Canada and New York State in the United States. | Niagara River
55: Horseshoe Falls
56: Rainbow Bridge The Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls is an international steel arch bridge across the Niagara River gorge, and is a world-famous tourist site. | American Falls American Falls is located completely within the U.S. state of New York
60: A boat tour of Niagara Falls for a close-up look at one of the world's most iconic sites, the thundering waters of Niagara Falls. | Maid of the Mist
63: Niagara Falls at night
64: The Thousand Islands is the name of an archipelago of islands that straddle the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River as it emerges from the northeast corner of Lake Ontario. They stretch for about 50 miles (80 km) downstream from Kingston, Ontario. | 1000 Islands - Kingston
65: Kingston was named the first capital of the Province of Canada
67: Kingston City Hall
68: Thousand Islands Cruise on the 'Island Belle'
69: Thousand Islands International Bridge
70: Canada Day in Ottawa July 1st, 2011 Ottawa is the capital of Canada | Infront of our hotel | Ottawa River | The Royal Alexandra Interprovincial Bridge | Parliament Hill, viewed from the Royal Alexandra Interprovincial Bridge
71: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Ottawa to celebrate Canad Day! | Waiting at the Parliament hill with 300,000 thrilled crowd to see William and Kate!! | Prince and Princess are in the horse carriage proceeding to the Parliament Building | The ceremoni begins with the Snow birds flying over the Parliament hills
72: The National Gallery of Canada One of Canada's premier art galleries | Parliament Hill, Ottawa The Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica | It has eight legs, a head, a torso, and a egg sack containing 26 marble eggs — all weighing in at 6,000 kg The sculpture is over 30ft high and over 33ft wide, with a price tag of $3.2 million | Giant Spider Sculpture By the artist Louise Bourgeois called Maman (French word "Mother"). It's a tremendous example of contemporary sculpture. | Canada Day Spirit
73: Sightseeing Ottawa | Parliament Buildings The parliament buildings are three edifices arranged around three sides of Parliament Hill's central lawn
74: Canada Day Fireworks | Parliament Building at Night | Canadian Museum of Civilization | Dress worn by Queen Elizabeth II
75: 2nd Day Trip to Parliament Hill July 2, 2011
76: Changing of the Guard Ceremony
77: The Ceremonial Guard of the Canadian Forces bring stirring military drill and music to Parliament Hill.
78: Parliament Building
80: Montreal It is the largest city in the province of Quebec. The city takes its present name from Mont-Royal. | Downtown | Quebec (QC)
81: Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal | Old Montreal
82: Montreal City Hall | Old Montreal It's the oldest area in the city of Montreal.
83: Place Vauquelin | A beautiful fountain in Place Vauquelin in Old Montreal is the main attraction of the square.
84: Montreal trip can't be completed without having 'Beaver Tails' | Montreal Science Centre | Old Port of Montreal Stretching for over two kilometres along the St-Lawrence River in Old Montreal, the Old Port Of Montreal has been the social, economic and cultural soul of Montreal.
85: Mount Royal The triple-peaked hill located in the heart of the city | Olympic Stadium Home of the former Montreal Expos and the largest stadium in Canada
86: Saint Joseph's Oratory It is the largest church in Canada, located on the west slope of Mount Royal.
87: Inside the Oratory | View from the Oratory
88: Quebec City | The Parliament Building is an eight-floor building and home to the Parliament of Quebec | Parliament Building
89: The Fontaine de Tourny east of the Parliament Building | Fortifications | Québec is the only remaining fortified city in North America | St. Louis Gate
90: The Fortifications of Québec National Historic Site tells the tale of over three centuries of Québec's military past. | Stretching over 4.6 km, the walls and ramparts bear witness to the evolution of Québec's defensive system from the 17th to the 19th century.
91: Views of the St. Lawrence River | The Plains of Abraham National Battlefields Park | The Battlefields Park is one of the few Canadian national urban parks.
92: Fairmont Le Chteau Frontenac | It's a grand hotel in Quebec City | The Quebec Conference of 1943, at which Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt discussed strategy for World War II, was held at the Chteau Frontenac.
93: Notre-Dame de Québec | It is a splendid Catholic church which was built in 1647. It has stained glass windows and gilded decorations inside. | Old Post Office
94: Place Royale: a tourist square surrounded by 18th & 19th century buildings.
95: Fortification walls | Having Crepes for Lunch!! It's considered a national French dish | Old Port Located in Lower Town
96: Parc de la Chute-Montmorency (the Montmorency Falls Park) | Montmorency Falls is the highest in the province of Quebec (275 ft high, 150 ft wide) It is 98 ft higher than the Niagara Falls!! | Climb aboard the cable car
97: View of St. Lawrence River from the park!!
98: The suspension bridge over the Falls
99: The staircases allow to view the Falls from several different perspectives.