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Kensington Market

Past Chinatown, we ended up in another cute multicultural neighborhood: Kensington Market. The eclectic shops and cafés are stuck between Spadina and Little Italy. We spotted Latino, European, Middle-Eastern and North African shops.
 
There was an artsy feeling in the air. Murales, graffitis and trendy hippie chic clothes, along with numerous bikes and narrow streets that – gasp! – can’t probably be navigated by car easily.

This neighborhood reminded me a little bit of some New Zealand cities such as Christchurch or Queenstown: relaxed and easy-going, with a thing for organic and homegrown food and promoting a somewhat alternative lifestyle.
 

Bikes On Spadina
Bikes On Spadina
Graffitis
Graffitis
Tease Who?
Tease Who?
Skyline From Spadina
Skyline From Spadina
If The Environment Was a Bank...
If The Environment Was a Bank...
Pothead Ad
Pothead Ad
Murale
Murale
Nuts
Nuts
Street Signs
Street Signs
Bike Parked
Bike Parked
Geisha
Geisha
CN Tower And Shops
CN Tower And Shops
Stop Sign
Stop Sign
Small Alley
Small Alley

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