Selena House

18 Muskoka Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M8W1H3, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Toronto

Doors Open Toronto - Part I

A travel blog entry by londone7

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Nearby at Keele/Dundas was a Tibetan temple I was very excited to visit having visited so many temples across Asia. However it was closed today and would be open tomorrow for Sundays ...

Last day in Toronto

A travel blog entry by kdutoit

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... as well. After a few other stops on the way we ended up back at Anquie's home to eat and rest before my trip back to Air Canada Centre to see the Toronto Maple Leafs play agains the Boston Bruins - Ice Hockey. The stadium was packed with hockey supporters from ceiling to floor, and were they load and crazy..... we'll of course, ice hockey is the number one sport in Canada and I got to experience their loved sport with some ...

PANIC & Second Thoughts

A travel blog entry by seekermm

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... card. I envision all the beautiful places I will see and the amazing people I will meet. I remind myself of how long I have been wanting to travel and how hard I worked to save for this trip.

Boarding time! In 25 hours I will be sleep deprived in Kuala Lumpur Airport trying to figure out how to get to my hostel and a desperately needed bed!!


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Reflection on my Grand Balkan Adventure

A travel blog entry by londone7

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... The CELTA training course

I really have to temper what I'm going to say about this. It was one of the most ridiculous experiences I put myself thru, out of touch with reality, contrary to the high reputation and benchmark standard it appears to have in the ESL community

It validated a lot of things I was doing on my own and gave me some formal structure of how to do ...

Wonderland and the halloween haunt

A travel blog entry by obrillips

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... again some time.
Next we walked through the Ghostly Pines scare zone on the way to some more mazes. Here characters walked the streets and scared anyone passing by. It was dark and there were a lot of people so often you didnt know there was a zombie or vampire near you until the were right in front of you or there was a bunch of screaming and running people in front.
We went to the Terror of London maze, which was old English Saloon, Jack the Ripper Style. You ...

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This hotel, located in the Long Branch area of Toronto, is near Second City Toronto, Sherway Gardens, Humber Valley Resort, and Bloordale Village.
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