Lakeview Victorian Suite

42 Lakeview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 3B3, Canada | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Toronto

Second City No More

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady

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... Canada Day (July 1).

While most of the houses in Toronto make use of the locally produced red clay bricks, there are some which use white stone. These narrow blocks of very expensive row houses have identical black doors, brass numerals and kick plates, and a general air of quiet wealth. I'm sure that I've seen streets like them in every movie about London made in the past 30 years.

Howard and Margaret's older daughter, ...

FAMILY & FRIENDS POOL: Tie-Breaker Rule

A travel blog entry by two2tango

... CHILE

FAY

GERMANY

The coldest day on earth...

A travel blog entry by rickandsarah

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... you can enjoy & meal or coffee (if your stomach can handle it). You can also eat at the revolving restaurant which is one more level about the observation deck-pretty expensive though & we'd had a big breakfast so we didn't bother. If you walk down one level there is a glass floor area-not for the faint hearted-I thought it was great! Those of you who have Instagram would have seen ricks sheepish run across the floor, he ...

Off to a good start...

A travel blog entry by benglot

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Good morning everyone, the question is WE ARE WHERE? We left home on the 6th mid afternoon to catch a flight to Toronto. Toronto was snowed in and before they canceled our flight it was after 10PM, so we got a hotel room and were told to come back the next morning at 5AM and they would see what they could do. We finally got to Toronto at approximately 3 and our flight was suppose to leave at 3 but was delayed because of weather, Toronto airport was ...

Let's Go to the ROM!

A travel blog entry by luv-n-laughter

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... printed word. Each culture also had displayed items relating to war such as helmets, armour and fighting instruments such as swords and guns, which, incidentally, are much different than any western designed firearm.

Moving across the museum we next take in the native Canadian exhibit. This is a very interesting exhibit as well. I particularly like seeing the beadwork as well as the quilling and embroidery done by these people. They ...

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