Two Aberdeen Bed and Breakfast

2 Aberdeen Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4X 1A2, Canada | B&B

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Barely scratching the surface in Toronto

A travel blog entry by arthuroslo


... itself). However, apart from a little mishap right off when we got lost inside Union Station, we found it an easy enough city to navigate, and it wasn't overwhelmingly large when we were just walking around. When we went up the CN Tower it looked a whole lot larger but when we were down in the thick of things it wasn't too scary. I believe Kate mentioned in her blog that we were told the best way to get around was to walk and, with the exception of our trip to ...

50 KM Ride for Heart

A travel blog entry by londone7


Every year two of Toronto's main highways are shut down for an annual charity bike ride for the Heart and Stroke foundation. As my old condo on Bathurst was right near the start line at the CNE ground I had participated annually while I lived there.

The route starts at the CNE grounds ...

On our way

A travel blog entry by ksuter


... land at the airport. Allan get a bottle of bailey' sand kahlua, both of which you don't see much of in the province

We lined up at customs where we had a quick passage. The name of the customs officer I had was B. So. Or as it sais on his sign.... So B. But he wasn't. He was nice. Down the escalator to get our luggage which had already hit the carousel by the time we get there. We got a couple of carts and loaded up

We had a bit of discussion as to ...

It's cold outside!

A travel blog entry by suep21


It was lucky I left Halifax yesterday as they they had a snow blizzard today with zero visibility. Today's plan was to go to the Bata Shoe Museum via Kensington Market. I knew with it being winter & Friday that the markets would be quiet a possibly not all open, but there is some awesome urban art. I have never been so cold in my life... I didn't know what the temperature was, but it was freezing. I decided it was to cold to walk ...

Toronto - it's all about height!

A travel blog entry by smilerontour


... with no daylight, few landmarks or concept of which direction one is walking is another matter!! Of course no trip to Toronto would be complete without the short trip to Niagara. With a detour to a vineyard for wine-tasting along the way, I was able to try ice wine for the very first time. This wine, made from grapes that have been naturally frozen by the winter and remain frozen on the vines for almost a week. The result is an extremely sweet dessert wine - ...


This B&B, located in the Rosedale area of Toronto, is near Allan Gardens, Cabbagetown, Riverdale Farm, and Church Street.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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