After an eventful evening with Paul and Amanda, we made the 5-hour drive back to Toronto. Our flight to the UK wasn’t until 22:45, so we decided to end our trip on a high. Literally.

For dinner, I took my lovely wife to Restaurant 360, located at the top of the CN Tower which, as expected, gives you the best views of the city.

The CN Tower takes centre stage in Toronto, standing 553 metres high (that is 110m higher than the Empire State building in New York). Construction started in 1973 and was completed in 1976. It held the record for the world’s tallest free-standing structure for 32 years, from 1975–2007. Its name, the “CN Tower” originally referred to Canadian National, the railway company that built the tower and was declared one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World in 1995. Today it belongs to the World Federation of Great Towers.

Situated in the top of the tower is the rotating restaurant, Restaurant 360. The restaurant’s floor takes 72 minutes to make one full rotation which means you can enjoy your fine dining experience whilst seeing the entire city. Not only was the meal and wine incredible, but the views were stunning. When visiting Toronto, the CN Tower is an absolute must!

Cheers Toronto, it’s been fun.