Alan Gardens Bed and Breakfast

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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Travel Blogs from Toronto

Wicked in Toronto

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 04, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... let's do it. Done!! So now we have to see Toronto, get packed, find a safe home for Sparky for a week and find out more about the DR. Ted has some work to finish as well before we go. This campground has slow but free wifi and so we can do that as well.....but not today.

We decided to head into Toronto to see if we could go to Wicked or catch a flick at the TIFF. We took the moto into the city and although we had a map, it had no scale on it so we had no idea how far ...

In the Airport

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Aug 03, 2014

3 comments

... taste and how something
about coming in from fresh air made beer taste better.

As he had sat there in the lodge he had tried to remember the name of
the poet who spoke about smoking a cigar and simply smoking it and getting lost
in the smoking of it, but he could only recall the person who told him about
it. So instead he had watched the fire and felt its warmth against his jeans. The
sun had come in through the window ...

Quiet Day, Making Plans...

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jul 04, 2014

2 photos

... br>
(left) Evidently, in cricket-playing nations, one lines -- er, queues -- up to a wicket rather than a window at City Hall. Do they provide the bats or must you bring your own, I wonder?

(right) Margaret tells me that this sign instructs the pedestrian wishing to cross at a stop sign to (a) push the big button to the side of the pole; (b) ...

Leaving

A travel blog entry by larrylyn on Jun 12, 2014

... they thinking? Anyway, a fast 6 hour twenty minutes and we were in London Heathrow, through customs, bags picked up and at the Alamo counter by 8am and in our car and on our way by 8:30. Wow, have I ever missed driving in the UK! Left Hand gear shift and ...

Tourist day in Toronto

A travel blog entry by louiseandblake on May 23, 2014

3 comments, 12 photos

... a lovely long walk down Queens Quay. We had a quick pit stop of Fort York where we saw a gopher! Much bigger than expected, but cute.

Toronto is a one of a kind city in that you don't see so many people walking the streets! This is what brought us to our next adventure. We realised the reason for this was because they are all underground! They use the PATH. The PATH is a fully enclosed underground climate controlled tunnel which takes you from one end of town to ...