Days Inn Toronto East Lakeview

2151 Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1N 1T5, Canada | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Cliffside area of Toronto, is near The Beaches, The Danforth, Woodbine, and Thomson Memorial Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Toronto

    Volcanic Cruise Day 1

    A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 06, 2014

    1 comment

    ... begins in Kelowna, BC. Airport security was wonderfully brief and one of the few times I have not been pulled aside as "randomly chosen for additional security checks". Murphy's law lives on my shoulder and makes me wonder if this is a bad omen in disguise. Not to look a gift horse in the mouth I gladly accepted my good fortune! Our bags were even checked straight through to Copenhagen, Denmark but cautioned to double check ...

    Toronto by train , and connection delays

    A travel blog entry by pvanasp on Jul 29, 2014

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    ... in Toronto, so we could leave home on the first part of our journey a bit later than originally planned. It gave us additional time to print out maps and discuss few more itinerary changes. The trip from Kingston station to Toronto was mostly passed in near darkness but our excitement kept conversation flowing. Michael took the requisite first picture at Kingston station, to record the moment of the beginning of our journey. Arrival ...

    Touring Toronto

    A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... week I'd seen more trees than I had in my entire life before. And here I was again: surrounded by a similarly mind-boggling number of trees. I grew very jealous of the people who live every day with such abundance.

    And then I stopped to get gas and some lunch, and remembered why, trees or no trees, I could never live there: it was 80 degrees, with at least 70% humidity. My lungs felt like I'd suddenly decided to breathe underwater...

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    Toronto Nights

    A travel blog entry by d-traveler on Jun 10, 2014

    ... put us at around 3PM. I decided that we should eat, bathe, and call it a night. Thus, we took a few recommendations from the conceirge, and walked the neighborhood. We ended up at a Toronto staple: Jack Astor's, a pub in the Entertainment District. We had what Mom calls "bar food" before calling it a ...

    Thoughts on Iceland

    A travel blog entry by howardstein on Oct 03, 2013

    ... no smell. In Myvatn the aroma permeated the whole hotel room.

    Room comfort: Everywhere we went it was comfortably warm and not drafty. The custom seems to be that if it too warm, they open the doors rather than adjust the thermostat.

    Sheep: sheep sheep sheep everywhere on the road, meadows, hillsides, craggy cliffs, and dinner plates as loins or chops or braised shanks. They look a lot better on plates than ...