Valentine’s Week Part IV
My Top 10 Places to Kiss in Toronto
When you are madly into somebody, trust me when I say, you want to make out with them all the time. My first kiss was at the Queen Street food court of the Toronto Eaton Centre before it moved to the Urban Eatery and my last kiss to date was in an alley way in Kensington Market. Some of the locations below are places I have made out at, wanted to make out at or places where I have witnessed too much PDA for my taste. Here are my top 10 places to make out. Note all the titles are hyper-linked to their original posts.
1. Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library at University of Toronto
The library is so beautiful and it reminds of Beauty and the Beast. I have never had a kiss here before, but have seen a few smooches on site.
With a breathtaking view of the city skyline, why not try your best Jack and Kate pose while you escape the hustle and bustle of the city to the serene Toronto Islands.
My post break-up spot where I drink my Starbucks and reflect on my failures in love is also a place I had one of my most memorable kisses. I even documented it on the Toronto Kiss Map.
I had a kiss here after playing a game of “Skating Hide and Go Seek” around the big boulders. I bet this is a big make out area for all your Ryerson students.
5. Casa Loma
The castle was made for Sir Henry’s one true love. Therefore it is technically the most romantic place in Toronto. Therefore, you must have a kiss here!
6. King College Circle (During Convocation)
I had a fun date here. You are surrounded by old buildings and if you lay on the grass and look up, you might see a star or two. That is when you swoop in. However, you should try to do this near convocation when the grass is sealed off to grow and look its greenest. Any other time and you’ll be rolling around in mud.
Go to the back of the Evergreen Brickworks to the pond area and turn east. Go up the hill and go for a little hike. Eventually you will hit the northern boundary and get this magnificent view of the city and Brickworks. That awe moment can only be ended with a kiss. I suggest going in the fall when the colours are warm and cozy
The lights of the city shine so perfectly and if you go to the red canoe that is in this park, then you can recreate your very own The Notebook scene.
Do I need to provide you with an explanation?
My summer fling and I had the best make out session here at the top of the dog bowl. Once in a while we were interrupted by dogs and the group of Asians who walk around collecting cans to deposit, but other than that it was perfect. I may even add it to the Toronto Kiss Map.