Our Neighbors in Downtown Orillia
While walking around in Downtown Orillia today I observed the amazing heritage buildings.
It was a beautiful day today. It seemed like a great time to take a walk in downtown Orillia. Maybe I could get a better idea of the kind of businesses downtown merchants own and operate! I brought my camera with me to take some shots of the buildings in downtown Orillia. Our business is located at 82 Front Street. So the journey began on Matchedash with a briefcase and camera in hand. Are you ready for good old heritage? I hope so, because that’s what Orillia is all about.
The following images were captured on my stroll through downtown Orillia today.
Balanced Body Studio Orillia
Then I reached the stop sign. Directly across the street from the Balanced Body Yoga Studio is Askett Printing.
Askett Printing Orillia
I am still shooting the other side of the street. Now there is a parking lot that separates Askett Printing from The Brownstone.
I am still shooting the same side of the street. Beside the Brownstone (on the right) is Quaker Oakes.
Quaker Oaks Farm Orillia
Beside Quaker Oaks is one of my favorite places to go; Mr. Sub. The staff is very friendly and really takes care of their customers.
Beside Mr. Sub is the first business on this side Mississaga if you started from Front Street; Marcy’s pharmacy downtown.
Marcy’s Pharmacy & Downtown Dispensary
Now I will cross the street and stand in Marcy’s Pharmacy & Downtown Dispensary parking lot. Look across Front Street is Quality Hotel Champlain Waterfront.
Quality Hotel Champlain Waterfront
I am still in Marcy’s Pharmacy & Downtown Dispensary parking lot. I will turn around and look to the other side of Mississaga Street.
Coldwell Banker Orillia
Now I am walking back up Mississaga Street. Beside Coldwell banker is another one of my favorites downtown Orillia eateries; Filou Bistro.
Filou Bistro Orillia
Next to the Filou Bistro is a small Candle shop; Candles with Care.
Candles with Care
After Candles with Care is a break in buildings. There is a small lane way that leads to private parking, then Kahuna Surfshop.
Next to Kahuna Surfshop is a bakery you do not want to miss when you are in Orillia.
These are the first group of downtown businesses in Orillia, photographed as I walked Mississaga Street. Stay tuned for day 2.