Christmas Time in the City

It's Christmas time!  Things couldn't get any more festive than a cold, snowy night at the Toronto Christmas Market in the historic Distillery District.   I went on Friday, the opening night of the market, and I was enthralled by its old world European charm.  From Christmas treats and decorations by local crafters, carollers and a carousel, to food huts, warming huts and a 45 foot sparkling spruce tree - it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas!  Despite what felt like minus 10 degree weather - the Holiday spirit kept me warm enough to last the night.  The Christmas Market is on until December 16th, so be sure to stop by (it's free!).  And as if it wasn't beautiful enough, the Distillery District dressed in Christmas will set your spirit in overdrive.

J xx

The Market

Beautiful White Lights Strung Overhead 

I'm Bundled (Brr!)

This way to Santa's Lane

Yummy poutine! Oh so Canadiana.

Ferris Wheel and Merry-Go-Round

Holiday Carousel 

45 Foot White Spruce Tree donated by Trees Ontario.  So pretty!

Ruby Red Bauble

An Old Fashioned Christmas

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I don't think you could get any cuter! What great weather for opening night. So pretty.

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