Merry Christmas from The Travelling Boomer


It’s a wonderful life, travelling the world and seeing all its wonders. But at this time of year, it’s good to be home, enjoying the sights and sounds of Christmas: the twinkling lights, the old familiar songs, the skaters on the pond.

Most of all, it’s good to celebrate the season with family and friends, and for The Travelling Boomer, that includes all my readers. I wish you all a very merry Christmas, no matter where you are and with whom you celebrate — or don’t celebrate. To help get you in the spirit, here are a few of the sights of Christmas 2015 here in the northland.

Toronto City Hall Christmas tree


skating in Toronto city hall square

Eaton Centre decorations

St James' Park Toronto

Christmas scene

Photos taken with the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II mirrorless camera


About Author

Paul Marshman is a retired journalist who spent 30 years as a writer and editor on Canadian newspapers, while travelling to the ends of the earth. Now he continues to travel while passing on his travel experiences to you.


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