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Day 32: (same)
July 2, Wednesday
In all our driving around on Monday, one of the things that blew me away was Casa Loma, Toronto's own castle. So I took myself off to see it on Wednesday morning.
Henry Pellatt moved to Toronto shortly before the turn of the 19th Century, becoming a partner in his father's brokerage firm while still in his 20s. Recognizing that supplying Thomas Edison's newly developed ...
Other than that the short flight went well and we did not land on an ice field, much to CJ's relief..
Easy transition through Immigration / customs..
A 1k walk through multiple terminals and lounges to reach the car rental desk..
Pleasant lady says "no problems Mr Montgomery, we have your 2 door economy ready for you" KIMBERLEY!!! but no, after I calmed down and checking of Kimberly's booking we got a really nice Nissan... Only got ...
... bigger than the first. Instead of having three and three seats in the small plane, it has two four two. The only thing I dislike about this plane is that I have to sit next to a complete stranger. So far, I have seen The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Lego Movie, and almost finished Saving Mr. Banks (on both planes). We are almost half way to Rome now. and P.S., we ate our lunch at 6:00 p.m. Switching time zones is very weird. -Briana 11:47 ...
The post Christmas week was filled with various miscellaneous activities like shopping, figuring out what to do next with my trip, going to the movies.
The day before New Year's eve i went skiing with the F's at Caledon. I had a great time! It had been more than 10 years ago since i had done this, so the first time down the hill i was so kindly guided down slowly and put at ease. After that it only got better and better. The lifties slowed down the lifts for you if you ...
... cold wind chill. A bridge with customs each side segregates the American and Canadian sides. Driving into the Canadian side was like driving into a mini Las Vegas. Light city. Additionally, the city goes crazy on the Christmas lights along the road to the falls. Dad took us for a drive around the town after dinner. The falls themselves are lit up in all colours, it's so bright the spray from the falls mixed with the falling snow make a incandescent rainbow over the falls. ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Gladstone Hotel Toronto
Ein gutes Hotel
Schönes Hotel, nette Leute, tolle Betten und Annehmlichkeiten. Ich werde wieder hier übernachten, wenn ich in der Gegend bin. Die kabellose Internetverbindung ist sehr gut. Der einzige Nachteil: Man muss die Treppen hoch laufen, was für mich kein Problem war, aber für andere vielleicht nicht so einfach ist.
Un bon hôtel
C'est un bon endroit, les gens sont sympa, les lits et les équipements sont excellents.
Je reviendrai ici lorsque je retournerai dans le coin.
Le Wi-Fi est bien.
La seule chose négative : marcher dans les escaliers. C'était simple pour moi mais peut-être pas pour d'autres.
¡Un hotel estupendo!
Me hospedé un par de noches recientemente. El personal es muy agradable. El servicio es bueno. Es un hotel guay. Las habitaciones son muy guay, aunque la mía era muy pequeña. Fue muy razonable, y estaba en un área guay. Definitivamente lo recomendaría para una estancia corta.
I stayed for a couple of nights just recently.
Really nice staff, good service.
Cool hotel - very cool rooms although mine was very small.
Very reasonable I thought and in a cooln area as well.
Would definatley recommend for a short stay.
Ich habe kürzlich zwei Nächte hier verbracht.
Sehr nette Angestellte und guter Service.
Tolles Hotel, angenehme Zimmer, wenn auch meines relativ klein war.
Der Preis war meiner Meinung nach angemessen und die Gegend war sehr gut.
Ich kann das Hotel auf jedem Fall für einen Kurzaufenthalt weiterempfehlen.
I stayed at the Gladstone for two days in late September.
We stayed at the Gladstone for two nights in August. It is definitely the most unique hotel I've stayed in. Check out their website for photos of the rooms. However, you should be aware of a few things about the hotel:
I had my wedding at the Gladstone hotel and while the venue is beautiful the staff were horrible to deal with. Requests that had been agreed to in the planning stages were not met, they did not get back to me on details of the event, they were not prepared the day of the event with items I had requested, they threw out all of the food my caterer had prepared and one of their staff stole a gift purchased for my husband and I.
The rooms are wonderful and as much as I wish I could recommend this venue I urge travellers to STAY AWAY!
Satyed at the hotel for 2 nights in Marc 2006 and loved it. Stayed in the Canadiana room which was clean and well organized. COnsidering the small space, it was very comfortable. Good bed, 20-smthg inch lcd tvs, full sized mirrors, good storage space, clean bathrooms, etc.
Full of Character
What a great hotel. If you're looking for a place that has tons of character, this is it. I stayed here on my wedding night in one of the artist designed rooms and they really pulled out the "red carpet" for me and my new bride. It is a bit off the beaten path (about a 15 minute streetcar ride from downtown) and the area is still a bit rough in spots, but well worth the trip. The elevator wasn't working when I was there, but when they get the old iron cage elevator working, it's going to be fantastic. Make sure you get there before the rates go up (and I don't see why they wouldn't)