Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Mississauga

Address: 6090 Dixie Road, Mississauga, Ontario, L5T 1A6, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6090 Dixie Road, Mississauga, is near Port Credit, King Tours, Square One Shopping Centre, and BraeBen Golf Course.
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      Travel Blogs from Mississauga

      The Backstory or Why??

      A travel blog entry by theresa.morris on Jul 14, 2014

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... Bryson which I had thoroughly enjoyed and when I saw an article in the Travel section of the Toronto Star about Wales' hiking trails, I cut it out and then promptly lost it, but that idea was floating around in the back of my head.

      Despite never actually hiking, I loved the idea of it. In fact, our usual vacation dynamic involves my having a general idea of something (like -- cycling, but no hills) and ...

      Poutine & Beaver Tails

      A travel blog entry by julian-sarah on Jun 11, 2014

      4 comments, 64 photos

      ... mine from Sydney who was also studying at UofT whilst I was there and who now lives in Toronto. We caught up at Kensington Market for lunch which is a multicultural neighbourhood full vintage shops and street performers. The remainder of the afternoon was spent at the 'annex' which is the student hangout just north west of the uni campus, full of bars, pubs and cafés, followed by dinner in Toronto's glorious Chinatown! A trip to Toronto automatically necessitates ...

      Finding family over the holidays

      A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 18, 2013

      ... dip it into chocolate or icing so it can harden around it. Let me just tell you this is much harder than you think it will be. So cake didn't stick enough and the icing was too heavy so it all fell of the stick in a sad, smushed heap. This didn't change the taste though, so we ended up making mutant cupcakes and just grabbing a handfull of cake and eating it. The tradition of decorating gingerbread houses also came into play. This is slightly more difficult with a child since ...

      We Remember

      A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Nov 16, 2013

      29 photos

      ... those I normally see in the charged atmosphere of summer. It was such a joy to meet Jen and Michel's little Émile and have the opportunity to spend so much time with him as a newborn. We spent eight days with them laughing, singing, changing diapers (big step for Auntie Sass!), watching the news, and making dinner - a real family gathering. Having to leave was such a surprise because we felt so at home and saying goodbye to my sister that much harder; our only consolation ...

      The alchemist

      A travel blog entry by zhf123 on Oct 25, 2013

      ... not try to converse with women who where dressed in black, because they were married women. I should respect tradition.Finally, i met a young woman who was not dressed in black. I ask her about alchemist. When i looked into her dark eyes, and saw ...