Petryla Estates Furnished Apartments

46 Waniska Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M8Y 1P9, Canada | Condo
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This condo, located in the Stonegate - Queensway area of Toronto, is near Grenadier Pond, Bloor West Village, Papanack Park Zoo, and Humber Valley Resort.
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    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... spelt with capitals, which runs underground all over the city. It has shops and cafés underneath and is apparently good for when the weather is freezing cold or boiling hot! We went down under the subway and got onto it, only to find they open Monday-Friday!!! What retail is shut on weekends!! England...please take note on this! It's definitely the way forward! Although, it was a shame we didn't see it open, but we still walked through whilst it was hot, until we got ...

    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... where he is concerned. Except at the Bata Shoe Museum, where they keep a pair of his shoes (I assume he gave them to the museum and, being Canadian, they were too polite to refuse).

    One of my favourite things I did was take a trip out to Toronto Islands. I did this on a Sunday so every man and his wheelbarrow (no, seriously) went with me but once on the Islands the crowds dispersed and I was free to wander about as I liked. I ended up in ...

    Toronto, Ontario

    A travel blog entry by amybrazier on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... the subway station I was picked up by Wendy who is going to be my boss for the next few months. The BBQ went really well, everyone seemed super nice. Having an accent was quite a novelty. I start work on the 2nd of June. My impression of Toronto was that it is really easy to navigate, busy but not in your face and there is a lot of buskers. The locals were generally really willing to help (especially with ...

    Finding family over the holidays

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 18, 2013

    After quite the journey i finally arrived in Toronto. It was 9AM but i was very kindly picked up at the airport and taken back to what would be my home for the next few weeks. I had stayed with Marje before so i knew what to expect and it all felt very familiar as soon as i stepped through the door. We had some tea, chatted for a bit and then both had a nap. In the afternoon we did some errands and went to The Pickle Barrel for some really late lunch/early dinner. I finally got to ...

    Omelettes are repeatedly misrepresented...

    A travel blog entry by rheadeja on Oct 11, 2013

    ... were not much better. Really, the term "omlette" was used rather loosely - it was more of an egg beater type consistency (ie fake eggs) and it had been cooked flat and then just folded in half. No fillings. No toppings. Basically just one big hunk of scrambled egg drenched in what we think was supposed to be hollandaise sauce....In spite of what you are reading here, it was really nothing to write home about.

    We touched down in Lima right ...

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