Dundas Square Hotel

Address: 223 Church Street, Toronto, Ontario, ON M5B 1Y7, Canada | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Downtown Toronto area of Toronto, is near Yonge-Dundas Square, Massey Hall, Pantages Theatre, and Mackenzie House.
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      A Lazy Day

      A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Oct 05, 2014

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      ... saying that she got on the phone and saying to us that she will book it for us and also pay for it. It took quite a bit of convincing on our part for her not to do it. Mark and Simone later dropped us off at a shopping centre. Geoff wanted to catch the subway [train] back to the hotel.

      We have walked around the main part of Toronto, there seems to be a few odd people here ...

      Toronto cousin reunion

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... we emerged out of the aquarium we saw a big red carpet rolled out infront of the Tower, TIFF had booked it out for an event. It was a shame that we didn't get to go up the Tower with the kids, Amanda and Jason but we knew we could head up after our time in Kingston and Niagara. From here we parted was with our hosts from the last week. We sadly said goodbye until the wedding and left with Andrew towards our hotel on Church Street. After what seemed ...

      Niagara Falls

      A travel blog entry by ashlyn_rebekah on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... Now for anyone that doesn't know, Niagara Falls is a giant waterfall that actually hugs the border of Canada and America. There are two bridges that cross the Niagara River, both of which require you to take your passport if you plan on crossing.

      Niagara itself is a nice area. Even the gorges and banks of the river are pretty, and the locals have done a nice job of not over-commercialising the Falls as a tourist destination. After a little bit of a wander around ...

      Homeward Bound

      A travel blog entry by nbinette04 on Jul 16, 2014

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      ... bye to our ****** Nissan. Although she wasn't the most luxurious ride, she did help us travel 5000 km and we will miss her and her lack of horsepower.

      We were dropped off at the airport, and spent some time browsing the shops (Natalie needed to get a new book for the flight home). We checked in our baggage (phew, both just under the weight limit) and had some noodle soup for lunch. We spent some time on the Internet before heading through the gates for the start of our ...

      Pre-cruise Day Two

      A travel blog entry by travel2gether on May 22, 2014

      Up early to have breakfast and be ready for airport shuttle at 8:30am. This will be a long sit-in-the-airport day. We have an 8 hour layover in Toronto. Fly overnight to Copenhagen to arrive 10:30am (their time). I think we are 6 hours behind Copenhagen.

      4:30pm: Halfway through our layover in Toronto. It ...