Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Downtown

335 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5B 2C2, Canada | 1 star hotel
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Toronto

A travel blog entry by kate99

12

... amusing) all at the same time. One of the guides actually apologised to us all for Justin Bieber. I appreciated the sentiment although frankly I think it's a bit late for apologies. It seemed mean spirited to tell her that though. The sightseeing bus drives past Toronto's first five star hotel, which was the one from which JB spat on his fans from above. Otherwise I don't think anyone would have mentioned him. No one else has; there seems to be a national shroud ...

Unexpected visit

A travel blog entry by sandygill

1

... patient pathways more efficient. It was great to see these processes in effect, especially as the Canadian healthcare system is much more similar to the U.K's compared to the US. Despite the Canadian system being government funded, they still had lots of discharge options for patients, similar to the US. They utilise the different discharge destinations in order to not keep patients in the acute setting. It showed me that this system can ...

Lincoln County Wars

A travel blog entry by nwitchlow

1

... and pretty soon there were two private armies fighting pitched battles all over town. The US Army was sent in to stop the bloodshed and reestablish law and order. Most participants were pardoned but not Billy the Kid, who was sentenced to hang for killing the Sheriff. But he managed to kill his guards and escape. Had a nice walk around town and museum visit and found a quiet spot for a picnic lunch. ...

No, Toronto is NOT the capital of Canada

A travel blog entry by bulaska

8

... regret it; it seems like every city in North America has its own tower, even if the view from it isn't particularly great.

A nice part of Toronto is the historic Distillery District. It's full of designer shops, art galleries, bars... There is a very nice coffee house called "Balzac" - be sure to visit it!
Another place worth a trip are ...

Day 25

A travel blog entry by kiriandalex

10

We went back to Niagara Falls this morning to get some photos and then went on the Maid of the Mist boat trip to see the Falls up close. Well, there is a good reason they gave everyone a poncho to wear! We got pretty soaked, and it was very windy, but it was well worth it to see and hear the power of the falls from up close. Later on we drove up to Toronto and went up to the viewing platforms of the CN tower. It was very strange looking out of the windows and ...

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This 1 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Allan Gardens, Maple Leaf Gardens, Church Street, and Mackenzie House.
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