The French Connection

Address: 102 Burnside Dr, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 2M8, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located on 102 Burnside Dr, Toronto, is near Casa Loma, Honest Ed's, Tarragon Theatre, and Lee's Palace.
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        Travel Blogs from Toronto

        Ready, Set, Go

        A travel blog entry by rlobb on Aug 28, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... bit of time, when I got some bad news about some new repairs that needed to be made at the house. Just what I wanted to find out two days before leaving. However, I am constantly being reminded these days that God provides. Know that and trusting that are two different things, but we're getting there. Early flight to Toronto this morning, but Kelly was right ready to go with her taxi. Had a few ...

        Toronto Pan Am Games - Mens 160km Cycling

        A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jul 25, 2015

        32 photos

        ... the Womens and Mens racing so time to head home out of the sun for some rest.

        Today would make a great annual event, a mini Tour de France thru our streets bringing out neighbours together creating a great community event for all.

        On Sunday I ...

        A long day in Toronto

        A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 19, 2015

        11 photos

        ... lake from the city.

        walked down through the city simply to take in what this city was all about. I
        took a few photos of the old and new trams which travel these streets and
        finally arrived on the lake shore.

        out over these waters one would for sure think that this was a sea they were
        looking over but in actual fact it is actually just a massive lake.

        walked along the shore road and took many photos of the wonderful boats ...

        New cover, same Bad Blood

        A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 04, 2015

        5 comments, 2 photos

        ... character's dialogue reflecting their local culture, language and background, which really helped to form a picture of each of them. This is a hard thing to do when a story is written for the English language! As a final comment, I found there were no "dead spots" in the book - every page kept me wanting to read more until I reached the end. It's a small book, but well worth your time - buy it!

        J.P. Morris on 12/11/2014 This review is from the paperback ...

        And now the end is near

        A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 18, 2014

        6 photos

        ... with loads of wasps. Once the bus came we were delighted to not get charged for our bag and be on our way. I felt ill the whole way and traffic made us arrive later than we hoped. We decided to still walk to our hotel as it wasn't far. Our legs still sore we battled it along the road. Unfortunately the new suitcase couldn't keep up and the heat melted some of the plastic at the wheel. Murray ended up having to carry it ...