Comfort Inn Toronto Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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I heard there was going to be a Doctor Who convention in Toronto. This is unusual because the fan base is not that large, it being a British show and in competition with big budget US shows like Star Trek. Typically these tend to be small with about ...
Ok, so this time I decided to be brave; the CN Tower is very high but millions of people have been up there, so there's nothing to worry about. Wrong. The lift, sorry - elevator - has glass panels in the floor. The ground (and safety) falls away in seconds, then keeps on falling away for quite a while. With very wobbly legs, we step on to the observatory floor, then immediately head for the 'Skypod' another 33 storeys higher. I didn't cry, at least. It is damn scary. ...
... of cool stores and districts. For dinner, Ryanne and I walked past the Hockey Hall of Fame and to the CN Tower. We got street meat (hot dogs and such) at a street vendor and it was actually pretty good. We ate under the CN Tower then took the subway to the airport.