Third day in Toronto
I particularly don't like visiting old place. I consider myself a futuristic person. I like to see the world as place that is about to change everyday, and this change means seeking progress and advancement. In other words, what is old needs to stay in the past. I know it's a thought very awkward, but I can explain. I like what is old, but only to look or appreciate. For instance, I don' like old houses and ornaments, even museums. That is not my field. I don't bring old things to my house to ornament, but I appreciate whoever does it.
However, a place that really caught my eyes here in Canada was Casa Loma, a old, big house very similar to a castle. The interior of the house was very large, and that furniture gave me the impression that the people who used to live there was very rich. In fact, they really were. Despite, the most attractive thing in Casa Loma was not the inside, but the outside: the beautiful and huge garden in the backyard. There was a huge variety o plants and flowers, and a beautiful fountain in that middle of the yard. Everything was amazing! I mean, no like to visit the CN Tower [because there was nohing modern to see], but I really liked the difference of styles. If you plan to visit Toronto, be sure to go there!