Red Door Bed and Breakfast

Address: 301 Indian Rd, Toronto, Ontario, M6R 2X7, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the West Toronto area of Toronto, is near High Park, Grenadier Pond, Bloor West Village, and Sunnyside Park.
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The Art of Thanksgiving

A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Oct 12, 2014

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... food, polished off with a tasty apple
tart. Christmas had definitely come early! I’m not ashamed to say I made the most of this
opportunity, going up for a second round. It was amazing, done by a
professional chef and everything! It was nice just to chill and enjoy the
company of fellow international students!

Then last night, I went for a second thanksgiving meal with
the legends from the Christian Varsity Fellowship ...

Wicked in Toronto

A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 04, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... We were wondering if Godzilla was heading in from the sea as the mass of people walking, running and biking away from the waterfront past this area was amazing. We were like salmon trying to spawn! We found a parking arcade spot right under the main square. Not much time left as it took us about 2 hours to drive in. Wicked tickets or TIFF tickets. We found a 1/2 off ticket seller and found they had 2 tickets left in the upper mezzanine for Wicked. Really! Not sold out? We must ...

Planes, trains and automobiles

A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Jul 30, 2014

13 photos

... the time zone before finally succumbing to the yawns and heading to bed at 5am English time. The next day, now regulated to Canadian time we were up and ready to explore on a gloriously sunny day. We headed off in the direction of downtown using the iconic CN tower as reference point. We couldn't resist a hotdog vender so had the first touristy photo op of the day! We booked a meal in the revolving restaurant in the 150 story tower for one and had a little ...

Go East - D16

A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 15, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... thought the old Ohio 65 mph limits were silly. Not that anyone pays attention to things in traffic. It's simply a manner of flow with everyone else. Traffic is a fluid, unnecessary elements turn a graceful river into a series of Class IV rapids. Politicians, please take note.

Makes me miss the wide open, low traffic of NL and NS. Back when everyone, the few there were, did 120 kmh on the two lane stretches of TCH. It was beautiful in its simple elegance.

The Eaton Chelsea

A travel blog entry by b.ramon on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

It was humid and a tad confusing as I oriented myself and obtained my bearings. The aroma of food permeated the air as the clanking machinery enveloped the atmosphere. 2 wrong turns and I finally got on track via a pedestrians direction. Finally, I arrive @ the hotel (medium quality) and collapse on the bed. Praise God, I've made it! A quick nap and then it's off to explore the city I ...

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