Toronto Day 4: CN Tower

After our visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame, we walked to CN Tower via Skywalk.


Skywalk is an enclosed walkway connecting Union Station to the CN Tower and the Rogers Center. The skywalk makes the walk more bearable as it was really hot out in the sun.


We stopped by the Brookfield Place food court to grab something to eat. Ben and I shared a Lamb Biryani from Tamarind the Indian Kitchen. It was loaded with spices and Ben likes it a lot.


The CN Tower is the world’s tallest free-standing structure when it was completed in 1976. It serves as a communications and observation tower.


View from the elevator.


A replica of the CN Tower.


View of the Rogers Centre from the viewing deck.


View of Lake Shore sky line.


View of the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport on Lake Ontario.


The glass floor is the most popular photography spot. It is for those who is not afraid of height as it is 1,120 ft from the ground.


I’m not too comfortable and just sat on the edge for a photo.


Some facts of how much weight the glass floor can hold. So, no worries.


While circling the outdoor observation deck, we encountered some strong wind at certain section of the deck.

One item checked off our list.

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