It’s a beautiful sunny day in downtown Toronto, beautiful but very cold ! The wind is trumpeting the majestic Canadian flag , proud with its maple leaf, which is watching us from above .
The air promises tantalizing smells of hot dogs and fries ! Sensations from North America !
In one of the main squares , Nathan Phillips Square , in front of the city hall in the shape of a semicircle , there is the skating rink, active from mid of November to the middle of March, complete with changing rooms, lockers , music and available equipment.
While observing there was something which captured my attention,the skating aids, available gratis for children and adults! They vaguely remember baby walkers that are used by elderly ladies to travel independently in and out of the house ! Of course , these aids are for those families with more than a child , in order to follow easily the children at the same time !
Certainly a good help to learn how to ice skate relying only on your own strength!
Here is a brief preview of the square :
ps. unfortunately I could not add the smell of fast food !