Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Casa Loma, Toronto

May 2011...
Experience the royal life of a bygone era at Toronto's renowned Casa Loma It was originally a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Pellatt lived as the richest man of Canada and died being a penny-less poor guy, and the Castle shows it all. He started to build the castle in his glorious days but couldn't complete it. Now Casa Loma is an incomplete home museum. Lets have a sneak-peak into the castle.

different views of the castle

view of CN Tower from the castle gardens

castle's gardens

a few stuffs that caught my eyes
the sculptures on walls

the chandeliers   
the carvings

sculpture with two clocks

giant old piano

marble carving over the fireplace  

wall decor

now peek-a-boo in rooms

view from the top tower of the castle

Sir Henry Mill Pellatt, thank you for visiting my castle!

1 comment:

  1. Lovely tour of Toronto esp. the castle. We went there last year but never went inside the castle...wish we had.


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