Wow another great tour. What an array of density, grit and beauty. Love those brick homes. I enjoy the tour. Thanks again.
At least you have finally answered my question even though it's been two months since I made this thread.otro said:Little Korea can be found between Christie and Bathurst Along Bloor St. It's about a 20 minute - half hour drive to the North East of Parkdale. I don't believe that there was even a considerable Korean Population in Parkdale. Parkdale is a working class area today, but it was quite affluent in the latter part of 1800's and early 1900's. There are very large Victorian homes in the area, but are today rented out into smaller 1 bedroom apts. It is bordered by High Park (the largest park in inner city Toronto) to the west and the cities Largest Polish community - Lake Ontario to the South as well as the (Canadian National Exibition) - to the south east just off of the lake. To the North you will hit little Portugal - which runs east west on Dundas St. and if you continue along Dundas to the east you will eventually hit Spadina and the start of ChinaTown. Toronto is very multi-cultural and the city decided to promote the fact by naming certain parts of the city after the people who dwell there ie. Little Portugal, Little Italy etc.
I apoligize for the fact that this thread has about 400 pics, but if your modem can't handle this, that is you issue, not mine.Obscene said:Thanks for the tour. But it's too many picture and too many unrelevant ones.