Courtyard By Marriott Toronto Airport

Address: 231 Carlingview Drive, Toronto, Ontario, M9W5E8, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 231 Carlingview Drive, Toronto, is near McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Panorama, Entertainment District, and Royal Woodbine Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Toronto

    Sister time best surprise ever ever!

    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Jun 07, 2015

    21 photos

    SISTER TIME! My two wonderful sisters arrived on our door step in Canada I hadn't got a clue! Well where do I begin for the next 10 days I had the most wonderful time with them both and Nick of course. So day 1 we went to the top of the CN tower where the panoramic view of the city was amazing as we had such a clear day. Day 2 We headed out of the city to Delhi in Norfolk county - had to be done as we are all Norfolk girls we stayed at a lovely little ...

    New cover, same Bad Blood

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 04, 2015

    5 comments, 2 photos

    ... even for a non-baseball fan like myself - a real page turner. The story line was intriguing, suspenseful and with a powerfully dramatic conclusion.
    I loved reading about the sites of Toronto, where I grew up with fulsome descriptions. I found the characters to be both genuinely charismatic in their own right, with a lot of unknown history to be revealed as the plot progressed.
    I look forward to reading from this new author soon.


    After reading the Saga of the People of Laxardal

    A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Mar 08, 2015

    ... raged relentlessly. Many severe blows were struck with swords and axes. At one point Thurm, being attacked by three men, sustained a serious wound in the right shoulder, such that he never fully recovered the use of that arm. Nevertheless he continued to fight valiantly until he struck an immense blow with his gem-studded axe, a gift of the King of Norway. This blow cleaved Olaf, beginning at the head and proceeding downward, resulting in ...

    Falling for Niagara

    A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Sep 08, 2014

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... waxwork museum, a Guinness world records place,
    where we took photos of ourselves with a model of the tallest man in the world,
    and we even checked out the Skywheel. We came across a creepy Elvis
    impersonator, one of these human statues, who decided to throw beads on top of
    kids for money. Standard. As we walked
    up and down, we couldn’t avoid a Canadian Indian playing his drum loudly and
    singing, all in his battledress. Interesting ...

    Hawaii Trip

    A travel blog entry by adouglas on Jul 10, 2014

    ... Very neat to see and very crunchy to walk on. Nik wasn't a fan of the volcano. After a while though one black rock looked the same as the next black rock and one big hole looked the same as the next big hole - but what an absolutely amazing sign to witness and see. Went to the end of the Chain of Craters Road and then we had to walk which seemed like forever to get to the end where the lava rocks are now blocking the road. After the volcano headed off the IHOP where we ...