Hilton Garden Inn Toronto/Ajax

500 Beck Crescent, Ajax, Ontario, L1Z 1C9, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 500 Beck Crescent, Ajax, is near Iroquois Park Sports Centre, Annandale Golf and Country Club, Deer Creek North Golf Course, and The Power Plant.
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    Travel Blogs from Ajax

    Day 19: Hockey Hall of Fame and more

    A travel blog entry by cindycooke on Aug 23, 2013

    13 photos

    ... to find an Australian Ice Hockey photo. 2: Find the Ducks team (as I love watching Mighty Ducks and it would be as close as I can get to it). I found the Ducks team who are called the Anaheim Ducks and two of their ice hockey jerseys, I also found in the gift shop an Anaheim Ducks hockey puck, but thought it would be a tad heavy to bring back home with me. I continued walking around looking at all sorts of items of hockey stuff, there is also a ...

    Amazing Arch - Humber Bay Bridge

    A travel blog entry by adyadas on Jun 14, 2013

    5 photos

    So, yesterday afternoon we biked to Humber Bay Park - it's a waterfront park located in Etobicoke part of Toronto. we took the TTC till High Park station and then biked in high park for some time and then finally reached to Humber Bay Bridge.

    I love bridges with amazing views! :-)

    there ...

    Fall, Rap, Leave.

    A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Mar 24, 2013

    1 comment

    ... was made cheaper due to the ice and the fact that there would be very little to see. The reason I mentioned that is because it ties in well with North Americans being particularly polite to strangers, something we don’t really do so enthusiastically in Britain. On the lift heading down behind the falls we had all that usual business, ‘Hey, good afternoon!’, ‘we hope your experience will be fantastic’, ‘have a wonderful day’ etc. but ...

    Meet Larry Donen: my "purple" teacher!

    A travel blog entry by mianda on Oct 20, 2012

    2 photos

    ... one of the first lessons that Larry taught us was to try as much as possible to be purple...to be remarkable, "to milk the cow" and as funny as it might seem there are extraordinary examples of people and businesses that did that and I was lucky to hear and talk about each of them during my classes.

    Another lesson that I've learned is that the opposite of "remarkable" is "very good". So never say "I'm very good",say " ...

    Fall Color & Sun chaser

    A travel blog entry by cwcc on Oct 17, 2012

    65 photos

    A change of seasons, fields of gold, breezing wind, brilliant

    sunlight and fleeting shadow, as well as hidden beauty

    lured passing travelers to snoop around and fall in love

    with nature again.

    The brilliance of Fall, a tranquil lake, chirping birds, road less traveled and bridge over tamed

    water, all these ...