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Most of Ontario is pretty barren in November and driving through at night is different from most places I've been.  There are no street lights along major highways, so you're in the dark.  And cities just seem to approach out of nowhere.  Toronto seemed to just suddenly appear.

The biggest annoyance I've found, which really, isn't much of an annoyance at all, was crossing the border in Port Huron.  Because I was doing a fairly major road trip (Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New Jersey, Pittsburgh), this was viewed as suspicious and I had to submit to a full car search, as well as a long inquiry in customs.  Now, I don't blame the border guards; they were just doing their job, but I didn't take the time factor into account and was therefore late getting to my hostel.  So keep in mind that if you're driving from the US, you may be held up a while when crossing the border.  It may have taken less time had I crossed in Detroit/Windsor, so consider that option instead.
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If you want to splurge on a meal in a nice restaurant in Toronto, watch for special events called Summelicious and Winterlicious. During these times the best restaurants all offer special fixed price menus at a substantial savings from normal dining costs. Great way to sample the best of Toronto.
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The loveliest way to discover Toronto is to rent a bike and take a tour along the riverside, through the villa lanes and the beautiful nature/parks around the city (especially in fall)
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The view from the CN Tower is very good on a clear day.  You can see far into the distance, although Toronto lacks features (mountains, etc...) that would make the view truly incredible. 

It is a very interesting experience to be taken up that high via an elevator.  The height feels a little too high to be real, although the glass floor is a bit nerve-racking.  It is supposed to be safe enough to withstand an enormous amount of weight, but there is always that little bit of doubt!
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