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The Big M returns to Toronto

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When I was a kid our team was the Brooklyn version of Toronto Maple Leafs and I was number 27 Frank Mahovlich. One of my best buddles on our team was Eddie Shack, one of the most colorful players to play in the NHL.

We have visited Toronto once many years ago and I also visited Hamilton a few years back when another member of our long ago hockey team was a football coach for the woeful TiCats. But now we want to return next May.

Our interests are art, architecture, ethnic food, and visiting the Hockey Hall of Fame.
The AGO looks like a major stop. Does anyone have favorite art galleries?

It seems the trasnportation is extremely well done in Toronto but the city seems spread out. Thus what are the best few areas to stay or that really doesn't matter?

What are some your of favorite ethnic restaurants and that means any group. I read there is a huge Portuguese population and is what is your favorites for Montreal style Jewish smoked meats.

We are excited about visiting and may even take in a Jays game.

I appreciate any and all answers.

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