Cottage In The City

Address: 52 Helena Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 2H2, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Midtown area of Toronto, is near Casa Loma, Tarragon Theatre, Lee's Palace, and Beth Tzedec Museum.
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      The most wonderful time of the year...

      A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Dec 15, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... was a
      dog, among other unidentifiable foreign objects. There were numerous marching
      bands, Tim Hortons cups dancing around, even the postboxes got involved! I felt
      momentarily like I was in Narnia, being wished Merry Christmas by a beaver. It
      was beautiful.

      Next in the advent calendar the Distillery District
      Christmas Market popped up. There were a beautiful array of craft stalls, and
      ridiculous numbers of nut and cider places. There was ...

      Getting to Iceland

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 19, 2014

      21 photos

      ... from all the pressures at work. Icelandair had started direct flights from Toronto with massive subway promotions a few years back. I had considered it but ended up moving to Korea for three years. Now on my return I wanted to goto Iceland and onto Norway which I had also planned on visiting in detail before I ended up moving to Korea. ...

      Falling for Niagara

      A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Sep 08, 2014

      4 comments, 7 photos

      ... a very tasty crepe shop, with proper French servers and
      everything! I politely tried out my best French, remembering only ‘merci’ and ‘je
      deteste pollution’ from year 6 French. They
      smiled politely, a little perplexed, and I ran out of there, proud of my
      cultural sophistication or lack thereof.

      That evening, I was drawn into Sneaky Dees with its offer of
      lots of nachos and cheap drinks. For those beer lovers amongst you, ...

      Canada's Big City

      A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Aug 06, 2014

      15 photos

      ... escape the hustle and bustle by walking down to Old Town. No Old Town in Toronto. But I certainly didn't mind. There were dozens of little shops to check out and countless bars and restaurants to try. I of course checked out the CN Tower, all the way in the southern part of the city. I had been hoping to visit the top to get a look at all of the views, but thanks to the traffic I didn't get the chance to. Oh well. ...

      World Cup Pool & Statistical Analysis

      A travel blog entry by two2tango on Jul 12, 2014

      ... 1 pick
      Switzerland > North America: 2 picks, Asia: 1 pick

      Conclusion: Most participants who picked Portugal, also picked Italy.

      BASKET 4

      Popularity: 1-Mexico 2-Colombia 3-Chile & Ecuador

      Colombia > North America: 1 pick, Asia: 2 picks, South America: 1 pick, Europe: 1 pick, Middle East: 1 pick
      Chile > Asia: ...