What is the best way to get from Toronto to Niagara Falls? Should I rent a car? or is there a fairly cheap and quick shuttle I could catch?
I have also taken visitors there using a tour (I recommend Chariots of Fire). It's a full day tour where they take you to the main sites there: Skylon tower, the falls, complete with Maid of the Mist ride (a Must!), and a visit to a vineyard. almost 9 years ago
I live in US, want to move to Toronto BADLY!! How do I make it happen? How much are work visas? What is a skilled worker visa?
How much, I'm not sure, but the price is not the problem. For work visa, the best option is to find a company in Toronto that would hire you and do the paperwork for you. Not easy to find. They also would have to prove that your profile is not easily available locally. For the skilled worker visa, you apply at the Canadian consulate or embassy in your city (or the closest). The government has a list of fields where workers are required in Canada. Based in that and some other criteria, they would grant the visa. Check out the website for more info: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/index.asp almost 9 years ago
Where i can find coffee bar in Europe style in Toronto? No pub please. Real Europe coffee bar. Small with place for sit.
Zaza Espresso Bar in Yorkville (Bellair St.) has also nice coffee. Although not very comfy almost 9 years ago
I agree with dragonflyblue and R, it's best if you are on the subway line (Yonge-University or Bloor-Danforth). Adding the buses to the commute could make you crazy, specially in the winter. almost 9 years ago
Mandarin is also very popular for their big all-you-can-eat selection. They have several locations across the city. almost 9 years ago