The Duncaster House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... They've had it since they first got here almost 2years ago and we managed to break it after only 2nights (sorry!). But anyway, that forced us out of bed and we headed back down to the harbour side via Kensington market (with a spectacular array of fake football shirts). We stopped at a little astro turfed area with sun loungers, ice creams in hand, when hordes of children with loud voiced Canadian camp leaders came from every direction. A ...
... honey moon..
Such a difference between a hotel and this B&B..
Meheroo only takes in 3 couples at a time. Everybody joining for breakfast in the dining room.
The atmosphere encourages conversation and we all chatted for nearly an hour over breakfast and coffee afterwards.
These style of breakfasts were repeated each morning we were there with great variety in the courses.
We decided to have a relaxed first full day ...
The Sunday before Christmas southern Ontario was hit by a major ice storm. The last such storm in 1997 took out power lines leading to blackouts in eastern Ontario and Quebec. This time Toronto was hit hard.
While it gave the city a picturesque and Christmassy feel the ...
... rinks. Pity we weren't here to see it as an ice rink, would've been awesome to "try" and skate it all. We had a big day of driving today, from Ottawa through to Toronto. Nothing exciting to report about the drive. Travelled through a mixture of farmlands and leafless forests! The 16 lane highway was a huge giveaway that we were back in the big city! Was a ...
We took the opportunity to do a spot of shopping in Toronto, but as we have no more room in our rucksacks, we only bought socks!! But it was fun to do a bit of window shopping. We also went to a comedy night, as recommended by Jenny’s friend Sarah. Yuk Yuk’s is a national company which is popular in Toronto. There were about 5 different comedians with the headliner being a very funny man! It was a good night out for only $13 ...