After popping by the Flickr 888 event, we decided to wander around east of downtown. We headed east along King, passing many expensive furniture stores.
Here, we hit the edge of the gentrification
Also in this area is Inglenook Community High School. This is the old girl’s entrance
We wandered a bit north into Corktown. If you think my lens is warped, it’s not – the buildings were just that saggy.
This house seemed to be one large, ad hoc home improvement project. The garage and shed were a haphazard collection of materials.
This street in particular looks like a scene ripped straight out of an industrial town in post-war Britain.
Heading north on Sackville, we passed through one of Toronto’s “ghettos.”
And the Regent Park revitalization project.
After lots of walking, nothing is more appealing than some good Indian food.
Finally, while walking up Church, we joined an impromptu group watching the Olympic opening from the sidewalk. (no good pictures though)