Massey College Summer Rentals

4 Devonshire Pl., Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2E1, Canada | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Yorkville area of Toronto, is near Royal Ontario Museum, Queen's Park, University of Toronto Art Centre, and Children's Own Museum (COM).
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    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by phil_anna on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... ourselves out, we decided to go and find something to eat. We were right by Kensington Market, which I imagined would be under one roof. It wasn't. It was cool, all streets with just restaurants and bars and a few shops. Definitely plenty to choose from. We checked a few out and came across an Indian (Waterfall Indian Tapas) which was pretty busy and looked nice. They had an offer on for a curry with rice/naan for $13 which wasn't too bad. We sat down and it took a ...

    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... the history of fashion. So I decided as long as a museum has a slightly out of the ordinary theme I will visit it, and in the meantime I will stay away from "regular" history museums.

    Apart from the unfortunate revelation in the ROM I enjoyed my time in Toronto although I was left with the feeling I had not seen all there was to see. I did, however, see Casa Loma. It's this grand house built by a gentleman who at the beginning of the twentieth ...

    Hurry Up and Wait and Wait and Wait

    A travel blog entry by mickisc on May 10, 2014

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    ... we could navigate. China was going to be completely different. The announcement was repeated in English with a Chinese accent and a "Merci" thrown in at the end. Some words are understood everywhere. How many words did I know that would be understood in China?

    To my surprise a long line started to form with the first announcement of the flight. All of my past travel experiences with Asians had taught me that they don't ...

    Stuck in the polar vortex

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 25, 2013

    ... the guy over there wearing a onesie was cute. (Don't roll your eyes, new year's eve is a free pass to be crazy...) This was thé queue for the girls to try to set me up with a Canadian fellow. Turns out he was already taken , much to their disappointment. We ended the night on a high and not too late, so we would still be pleasant on new year's day. 2014 was started with a late morning and a lazy breakfast.

    A wonderful evening of yummies was organized for everyone by the ...

    My first baseball game

    A travel blog entry by rustypro on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... scatter downstairs like rats leaving the ship. We stayed up top, typical northern Europeans not bothered by a few drops of rain so had the whole top deck to ourselves before long. It stopped raining a few minutes later :) We stopped off at the St. Lawrence market to buy some fresh bread, olives and sausage to make ourselves a picnic for lunch. Got involved in a conversation with a couple of Canadians obout Kimi Raikkinen signing for ...