Do you remember reading about the six strategies for effective learning? One of them was "interleaving." That means studying one subject for a little while then switching to another thing for a little while and perhaps a third thing for a while before going back to the first. This is a better way to get information into long-term memory than studying in one big block of time and then moving on.
Thanks to the four seasons we have here in Ontario, we will be forced to do some interleaving this month. We want to get ready to study care homes with Maria, but now is the best time for the Victoria Avenue Walking Tour that you have suggested we repeat. We did that a few years ago and I am also keen to go again!
This website has a wealth of information about Ontario architecture.
Here is a good website for a quick view of many architectural styles we will see on our walk.
If you want to walk or cycle around Windsor and learn about houses that are on the heritage register, you can download and print that out from HERE.