Alan Gardens Bed and Breakfast

Address: 106A Pembroke Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 2N8, Canada | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Allan Gardens, Maple Leaf Gardens, Cabbagetown, and Church Street.
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Westward Ho!

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe on Jul 11, 2015

9 photos

... out quickly. Although the lake has a large surface area it is extremely shallow and it’s shoreline is shrinking in this hot dry summer. In fact it is not a lake at all but rather a "prairie pothole". The water becomes more salty as evaporation occurs. The lake is not fed by streams nor does it flow out into any water system. Only rain and snow melt contributes to its water level. The “beach” has lots of sand but the water is weed filled ...

Canada aye!

A travel blog entry by lauraapple on Jun 01, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

Toronto to be exact! After an epic 16 hour trip from Istanbul via Munich, we landed in Toronto and took the subway into town which was actually quite easy as our bus ticket ($3 CAN pp) was also our train ticket. A small Guesthouse called Keppner was a short train trip from the city centre and even though it had been a massive day we decided to head out in order to actually see its sights. You see we were only spending one night in Toronto and ...

Raptures of the deep and memories of West End

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Apr 02, 2015

4 photos

... metres) as I began my silent chant "Let's dive deeper, let's dive deeper". But just then the divemaster made a sharp left and we began our ascent up an underwater canyon, just like the one we'd come down. Within seconds my fish friends had gone away and I no longer wanted to swim to the bottom of the sea.

I had just experienced the "martini effect" or "raptures of the deep", sexy, ...

Meet the Parents

A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Feb 21, 2015

4 photos

... br> restaurant on Bloor Street West, with a classic schnitzel (beautiful word, I
might add.)

The following day, we decided to check out my church, Knox
Presbyterian. Dad was entranced by the beautiful choir. As part of our cultural
food exchange, in which Mum and Dad treated me to quality Chinese food and
fancy Spanish tapas, I reciprocated by introducing them to Subway. We then headed off for a little theatrical education, ...


A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Sep 20, 2014

... and ice containers on the bottom and any foods than need to be very cold eg meat, cheese on top and beside them. Other foods - fruit, chocolate, bread etc are in the shopping bag which goes on top of the cold section inside the cooler bag. Zip up the cooler and you have a travelling fridge/freezer.

When we buy meat or sliced cheese it is packaged in a zip lock bag. These bags are not as thick as purchased zip locks and do not seal as well but are still useful .