Jarvis House Bed And Breakfast Inn Downtown Toronto

Address: 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 Carlton Cinemas.
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      The first month

      A travel blog entry by vicki.j.gracia on Jan 08, 2015

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... we first arrived which was handy as Joe needed ice for his knee and as we didn't have any in the fridge we took a plastic bag downstairs and filled it with snow..problem solved. I must admit passers by did look at me a little strangely !

      Everyone we have met so far has been very friendly. As soon as they hear our accent they ask where are we from. Some think we are British but when we say we are from Australia it is surprising how many of them have lived in Oz ...

      And now the end is near

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 18, 2014

      6 photos

      ... section and inside they had the glass floor. The first in the world. It was pretty cool. We sat down for photos then went back up to see the sun almost gone. Murray's uncle Ian planned a meal for us at an old friends restaurant so we caught a taxi and went to the Cadillac Lounge. The food was great. We shared buffalo wings I will miss so bad and Murray had pulled pork and I had the ribs. We left there stuffed and ...

      Toronto cousin reunion

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 07, 2014

      9 photos

      As we set off from Amanda's house in Muskoka it was hard to leave the lifestyle behind. What was even harder was leaving our new best pal Dudley behind. He was our favourite dog; so friendly and always there. I still miss him. We set off early so that we could see Jackson's ice hockey try-outs. This was our first experience of anything to do with the sport. It seemed like second nature to him but I knew how hard the skating was from my experiences ...

      Niagara Falls

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Aug 20, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Now for anyone that doesn't know, Niagara Falls is a giant waterfall that actually hugs the border of Canada and America. There are two bridges that cross the Niagara River, both of which require you to take your passport if you plan on crossing.

      Niagara itself is a nice area. Even the gorges and banks of the river are pretty, and the locals have done a nice job of not over-commercialising the Falls as a tourist destination. After a little bit of a wander around ...

      Glass Floors and Waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 18, 2014

      1 photo

      ... into the US, so we stayed in the hostel and killed time. We were extremely grateful to the hostel who returned our room key, and allowed us to use the facilities the hostel offered. We returned the key and headed to the station at around 11pm, to catch our bus at 1am. We had both genuinely warmed to Toronto during our short stay there, and the proximity of Niagara was certainly the jewel in the crown. Dreading the horrendous journey ahead of us, we set off for Chicago...




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