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Toronto for a few days...

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I may be going to Toronto for 2 weeks on business.

If that happens, I'd like to take some extra time of my own to stay and "see" some of Toronto, as I've never been to Canada and am always open to seeing new places.

Two questions: Would 3-4 days be enough to get the "gyst" of the city? And what would be the highlights to see? I like art/food/history. Walking tours are good if it's a lot of walking and not a lot of "standing". (Can't take tours where you walk for 5 mts then stand for 20 in/in front of some establishment/building, then repeat.)

Thanks for all input!

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