Jarvis House Bed And Breakfast Inn Downtown Toronto

344 Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2G6, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown Toronto area of Toronto, is near Allan Gardens, Maple Leaf Gardens, Church Street, and Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Toronto

    A wonderful day on Toronto Island Park ... & more

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... 8217;s so much green space. The islands are a designated park but there are some heritage homes on the island which add character and the Toronto Yacht Club has a big moorage there. We strolled along the paths and boardwalk, marvelled at the gorgeous day, watched the hundreds of sailboats on the lake hardly moving as there wasn’t much wind, enjoyed a fabulous lunch and took a whole lot of photos of the Toronto skyline. ...

    Day 21 Vancouver to Toronto Day 22 Toronto 3-4 Sep

    A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 04, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... back to the hotel , collected a few things then went by train to Dupont to check out Casa Loma Built by Sir Henry Pellatt in 1911 on the top of a hill overlooking Toronto.The Castle is 200,000 square feet has 120 rooms on 5 acres and is magnificent. Sir Henry and wife Lady Mary who was the first Commissioner General? Of the Girl Guides movement lived in it for less than 10 ...

    Toronto by train , and connection delays

    A travel blog entry by pvanasp on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... in Toronto, so we could leave home on the first part of our journey a bit later than originally planned. It gave us additional time to print out maps and discuss few more itinerary changes. The trip from Kingston station to Toronto was mostly passed in near darkness but our excitement kept conversation flowing. Michael took the requisite first picture at Kingston station, to record the moment of the beginning of our journey. Arrival ...

    Second City No More

    A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... populous city in Canada, and thus (like Chicago) was known as the "Second City." But it surpassed Montreal back in the '90s, making it "second" no more.

  • The most striking sight in the city are the dozens of huge condominium towers. One source I found noted that 247 different condo projects (most of them tall and downtown) were underway in 2007.
  • Several cities in the U.S. have claimed a particular animal as their mascot ...

    First leg complete

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on Apr 29, 2014

    ... issues and went through a security line twice. The first time we almost made it to the front of the line and then they made us get out of line and go to another security gate. We lined up again and just squeaked through the gate before they closed that security gate down too. I went through security just fine. Heather was "randomly selected" yet again and got the pat down routine. (He he he)

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