You want to kill, like, an hour? Check out this massive panorama of the city, shot from the CN Tower. (And be sure to view it full-sized.) Photographed this past Saturday by Mike Seliske, it looks straight out across Toronto—from, it looks like to us, at least as far east as Scarborough, as far west as Etobicoke, and as far north as Thornhill. Basically: if you’re in Toronto and can see the CN Tower, this stitched-together shot can probably see you back. (To give a sense of its scale, the cropped shots above are less than one-eighth of the full size.)
Put Seliske’s shot together with Derek Purdy’s detailed panorama of the area directly surrounding the tower, which we featured in 2007, and you’ve got yourself plenty of time to wander.