If that wasn't enough, the market is set in The Distillery District, a 13-acre property in the heart of downtown Toronto that features original cobblestone streets and the largest collection of Victorian era industrial buildings in North America. Walking around the site you feel as though you've literally stepped back in time.
It was fun to see the market through Chloe's eyes - even if she was a grumpy gus and didn't smile for any of the photos. But everything was a novelty for her - it was cute to hear her ooh and aah over the reindeer and the twinkling lights.
|See... grumpy gus|
The market really came to life once the sun set. I loved weaving in and out of the crowded streets, stopping for a tipple of free beer here, a bowl of gravy drenched poutine there. It made for a perfectly Canadian Christmas experience.
Do you have any outdoor family holiday traditions? Do you go and chop down your own tree? Or drive around the neighbourhood to see all the light displays?