Filmores Hotel

Address: 212 Dundas St. E., Toronto, Ontario, M5A 1Z6, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Pantages Theatre, Allan Gardens, Ontario Place, and Church Street.
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    Travel Blogs from Toronto

    And the journey begins

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Jan 23, 2015

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    ... The Dubliners' before I decided to put my iPad away to save the battery. Mind you if I had been able to utilize the energy expounded by the guy in the next seat who had restless leg syndrome, we could probably have had a free flight never mind powering up the iPad. As it is, probably time to go and do some checking about onward transport so that I can at least pretend to be organized on arrival at my next destination this ...

    Toronto and Au revoir, Canada.

    A travel blog entry by linleybarrett on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... br>

    30th October - I had a tour booked to Niagara Falls this day. They ended up not showing up and I had to get my hotel to chase them. They had gone to my previously booked hotel (even though they confirmed my change). So they finally turned up at 10.30am. This unfortunately made our tour late and rushed all day.
    It ended up Linley and four Chinese people on ...

    The last few days

    A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 11, 2014

    Anna had left for England after we set off to Montreal so Sunday it was just the three of us. We decided to go on Cherry Beach trip we missed out on earlier in our stay. We happily caught the tram and after a little wait, the bus to the beach. It was another weekend of the BBQ and DJ on the beach. We found a spot just out of the hustle and bustle with a shady spot for the gingers and not too sandy for Jigsy! Me and Joe had a dip in the lake - which ...

    Glass Floors and Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by tomkilbey29 on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... that it dominates the skyline in the city. It dwarfs everything; it is twice the height of the next largest building in the city. It is the most iconic building in Toronto, and indeed the whole of Canada, and by far the most popular tourist attraction in the city, with two million visitors a year taking the journey to the top. Consequently, entrance to the building commands a fee that is as large as the building; it costs $36 to get to the top. With only a hint of shock and ...

    Weekend with my critique partner

    A travel blog entry by nwolverton on Jul 12, 2014

    ... drove me to Toronto. So . . . I arrived in town much later than anticipated, but hey, at least I got there. And the Airbnb apartment I rented was lovely.

    Toronto was, well, a city. We went shopping in Queen West (I highly recommend Change lingerie and Tealish), saw Sperm Wars as part of the Fringe Festival, and did a lot of eating and drinking. Oh, and we had high tea at the King Edward Hotel.