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Need Help for First Trip to Toronto

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DH and I have decided to take a vacation to Toronto in early September. We've been to Canada a couple of times before (Vancouver and Montreal) but never been to Toronto and we don't know what area to stay in or even what to do once we are there! I know we want to take a drive to Niagara Falls one day. We are in our mid 50s and like good restaurants, museums, shopping, and just exploring a new city. My hockey-obsessed DH would also probably want to go to the hockey hall of fame.
What are the "must-dos" for Toronto? Are there any other excursions out of the city (but not too far) that we should do?
We like to stay in nice hotels, but not willing to go to the very high end - for example, something in the $300's/night is fine but $700 is too high.

Any and all advice regarding hotels, areas to stay, restaurants, and/or what to see and do would be welcomed. Many thanks!

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