"Entertainment? Right up my alley. I go to The Bamboo Club. It has a Caribbean atmosphere with a rooftop patio. They have a variety of live bands and a different format of music every night. The Guvernment is another hot place. This place is massive. It's nuts. It has eight different sections that can hold a combined 5,000 people."
"I either order room service or go downstairs to the Café Victoria, which is in the King Eddy. I order scrambled eggs, fresh fruit, turkey or beef sausage, and fresh-squeezed carrot juice, with an occasional mimosa, to start the day off right."
"My favorite sight is the CN Tower. You can ride to the top in a glass-fronted elevator and look out at Toronto's world-famous skyline - and all the way to Niagara Falls. There's a glass floor on one of the observation decks, and you can look down all the way to the street. You can also look into the Skydome, Toronto's main sports stadium, when the roof is open. Toronto is famous too for its neighborhoods: Chinatown, Little Italy, The Danforth [a predominantly Greek area], Koreatown, Little India, Little Poland, and Portugal Village, each with its own ethnic food and atmosphere."