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DH and I have decided to spend our 10th anniversary this summer in Toronto since neither of us has visited the area before. We have tickets to War Horse but that's it. We're arriving on a Saturday afternoon after a quick early morning visit to Niagara Falls, and leave Monday afternoon.

What would you recommend we see? The CN Tower is on our list (maybe lunch at the 360?) but nothing else. And where would you recommend we stay?

Interests are theater/entertainment, wine, culture, and experiences that are different (& even romantic considering the situation ;). We don't mind walking a bit to get places, as long as it's within a mile or two. We'll have a car but would prefer to walk generally speaking. We live in a Victorian home and I've heard there's a lovely district of old homes - I'd like to check out the area if it makes sense from where we're located. We'll take any suggestions! Thanks!

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