The Mulberry Tree

Address: 122 Isabella St., Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1P1, Canada | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Toronto Reference Library, Maple Leaf Gardens, Panasonic Theatre, and Manulife Centre.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Mulberry Tree Toronto

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Toronto

Leaving on a Jet Plane

A travel blog entry by bobintoronto on May 30, 2015

I got up at my normal 'non-workday' time. About 9:00am. My first plane didn't leave Toronto Billy Bishop Airport until 6:15pm so I had hours to kill. I nervously packed and unpacked, cleaned and spent a lot of time watching 'Shameless' on Netflix. I was excited and nervous and just killing time. It was kind of unpleasant.

I left the apartment at 4:00pm. Lots of time to be sure ...

A long day in Toronto

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on May 19, 2015

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... at the gate if it was possible to hire a
bicycle on the island and they told me it was possible, however it was cheaper
to hire a bike here on the mainland from the "hire a bike machine"
across the way!! Sure enough I went to the machine and after a good few minutes
I managed to work out how this machine worked and after a big struggle in
understanding the payment I finally managed to get a bike.

as I was about to cycle away I was stopped by another ...

New cover, same Bad Blood

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 04, 2015

5 comments, 2 photos

... As the intrigue unfolds and we meet team-mates, lovers, family, friends and enemies of these two men, we are left scratching our heads with each turn of the page. A surprising twist at the end bowls us over and suddenly everything makes sense. The moral of the story? Don't judge a book by it's cover or a baseball player by his stats.

Stephanie Zilinski January 5, 2015. This review is from: Bad Blood (Kindle Edition)

Wonderfully ...

And now the end is near

A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 18, 2014

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... bed. And just like that it was our last full day. We decided to head to the Eaton Centre for some shopping. There was a Hollister so Murray was happy to get a couple of things and I got a potential dress for our party. Apart from that the shops weren't great. We had nice Japanese food for lunch and had our last Tim Hortons. We walked back through china town to our hotel and had a seat for a while. We booked a bus to the ...

What I packed in my carry-on suitcase

A travel blog entry by emilie.gauthier on Jun 30, 2014

... in the suitcase.
- Pack your cosmetics in two bags. One for liquids and one for non-liquids. Put the liquids bag in an easy to reach pocket (i.e.: outside pocket of the suitcase) for when going through security.

- I am REALLY glad I packed light. I permitted us to go faster sight-seeing and enjoy our time more and not worry about carrying a big heavy luggage as much. Not all hotels/subway stations have escalators or elevators, and carrying ...

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