Are you tired of seeing friends post pictures from airports and sunny beaches? If you can’t make it out of Toronto why not plan a staycation? Derek Flack from BlogTO has put together a great list of “10 staycation ideas for Toronto this winter” including…
A trip to the spa is almost compulsory if you’re planning a so-called staycation. Fortunately, Toronto is stacked with options when it comes to pampering oneself. Make your hotel choice based on its spa service, and then relax.
The Kubrick exhibition might be closing on Jan. 25, but there’s lots of other film events to get you out of your house or hotel room. Look out for fests like Human Rights Watch (Jan 30 – Feb 1), The 8 Fest (Jan 30 – Feb 1), Great Digital (Jan 30 – Feb 5), Black Film Festival (Feb 10-15), and Reel Artists (Feb 18-22).
It’s always nice to give the middle finger to dropping temperatures by engaging in some activity that you’re not supposed to be able to do — like, say, swimming outdoors. You won’t want to try this out the pool at home (really, please don’t do that), but the massive indoor/outdoor pool at the Sheraton Centre is open right through the cold months. Day passes for non-guests are $35.
Interested in more staycation ideas? Check out the full list! http://www.blogto.com/sports_play/2015/01/the_top_10_staycation_ideas_for_toronto_this_winter/
Toronto has TONS of locations both in and outdoors to ice skate. Outdoor rinks general hours of operation are 9:00 am to 10:00 pm, seven days a week. Facility Listings can be found: Outdoor Rinks, Indoor Arenas, Natural Ice Rinks