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

    Day 20- Toronto

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... for travelling. We ended up buying it and it is really good. After all this we were in need of some ice cream so we went to Baskin and Robbins for some awesome ice creams. After that we went back to Hylas and went out to dinner with Sheldon, Steven , Sue and Hyla. We had delicious Chinese food and we really enjoyed the duck,honey garlic spareribs and Mu Shu pork. We had a good time with them but then it was time to go home.
    See you tomorrow - Grace.

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    Toronto

    A travel blog entry by atwt on Jan 26, 2015

    48 photos

    ... what strip clubs and Hollywood is for. Wouldn’t they be disappointed if no one wanted to get into those trades anymore?I can see so much more in people than they do themselves, I want to help them to become better in what they do or achieve them what they aspire. I want to see them succeed and thrive, so that they can become happy and successful. What worries me, is, once again, that I live a life through others, for ...

    Europe, adieu

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Nov 01, 2014

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    ... where the emergency exits were. That was a first! During the final approach, the plane was moving every which way, and on touchdown, bounced hard. Not sure if it was the weather conditions or a learner pilot.

    Customs and immigration going into Canada, breezed straight through. Customs and immigration for the next leg, chaotic. Our plane was several hours late arriving, and suspect that other planes had had ...

    Ontario & Friends

    A travel blog entry by k9nny on Sep 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... Steels Ave and Yeung St will all help navigate downtown, but it's the 400 and 401 that really help clock up the miles. The 407 however is a toll road, and it's expensive too. While reminding myself of the roads not to take, I stumbled on the story of a man facing toll charges and fines for non-payment to the tune of $38,000. He remarked that he only wanted to use the road, not own a part of it!

    I have always considered Canadian Tire to be the poor sibling to the ...

    Day Seven - Toronto

    A travel blog entry by katehoy on Aug 16, 2014

    20 photos

    My final day in Canada. We were up early to get a taxi to the station to catch a train through to Toronto. We only had a few hours in the city before we had to get to the airport so I could catch my flight, and the rest of the family could pick up the car to drive on to the next leg of their trip.

    With so little time in Toronto we decided to do the obvious thing first, and headed straight to the CN Tower. Expensive. ...