LAKE ONTARIO (also known as Lake Ontario) is the fifth largest attraction in Toronto, and Toronto is the largest city in Canada. I like it here.
The hotel lives in Westin, right in the city center, next to Lake Ontario. Check the sunrise time at 7:04 a day in advance. When I finished my breakfast and walked out of the hotel to the lake, the sun was already at work, but the golden scenery was still super beautiful. Unfortunately, this section of the lake scene is nothing special. The ice on the lake began to melt, and the seabirds squatted lazily on the ice...
Agriculture is developed in Lake Ontario, and industry is concentrated around the lake port. The main ports are Toronto, Hamilton, Kingston, etc. The lakes and rivers are dotted with precious cultural heritage reserves, numerous historical sites and pristine natural scenery. Walk through the 19th-century-style buildings in Hopeburg and Coburg to make you feel like you are in it.
Walk 20 kilometers along the shore of Lake Ontario. There are mostly cliffs, dead trees and weeds, unknown wild flowers, various insects and birds along the way, which is a paradise for wild animals and plants. Some residential areas appear from time to time, and residents can see the vast Lake Ontario when they walk out of the house.