The Humber River also has an often-recommended bike path, and the lakefront multiuse path is supposed to be fun for cycling when it's not crowded, we hear.
It's like the Sears Tower would be if it didn't have any offices for the first 105 floors and the aerial were taller.
There's a bike store nearby that's open late which we heard repairs well, sells used bikes, and seemed nice!
Bike Pirates, matey.
We didn't try it, but the boat restaurant in the harbor near the ferries seemed exciting to everyone too.
I bet there are a lot of great cheese and chocolate stores in Toronto but these are two of them.
Places we did not get to that we are going next time
(shiny and falling over) (big and blue with spirals)
all those fancy stores we read about
Bata shoe museum?
Non-kid things we also liked:
The kids loved breakfast there but it's probably not really a kid hotel for staying.
The coffee from the 1950s Elektra machine was really good.
the bike lockers
Got any more suggestions?