Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
This is nowhere near downtown
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Got into Toronto Friday afternoon after a very lovely two days in Niagara Falls. I must admit I felt a little sad to leave. This sure is a big city. What is really impressing is the development in all these Canadian cities. A lot of money is been spent which to me means there is a lot of growth. Got to love it. Just wish we had more time here. …
... really relaxed me. When I asked for a second they brought me an even better vintage from business class! And almonds!!
Lunch was chicken and wine. Very good. Got a bit tipsy but I will sleep fine later. Watched 12 Years A slave and it made me tear up...but that might have been the wine.
About half way through the flight they brought cup o noodles and a ham sandwich. Oh and Johnny Walker. More napping ensues.
Twelve and a half hours after taking ...
... 12 noon we went back upstairs to watch our favorite news program and to continue checking the weather forecast. Richard is back on his ipad watching his fishing shows on utube. I let Housekeeping know we were
leaving behind our esky, coolers, plastic containers and anything else we weren't taking home with us and the cleaning ladies could take what they wanted.
I am doing our last blog for Canada we talked the other day about out favorite places in ...
... of the city's evolution. This was one of the first established neighbourhoods in Toronto when it was being established as a city and consequently some of the oldest houses can be found in the area. In the 1960s and 1970s this area was a hub for the hippies, with the likes of musical talents such as Joni Mitchell frequenting the local coffeehouses. As the hippies migrated south to Queen Street West the upscale boutiques, restaurants and hotels moved in and it has remained that way ...
... it was time to head off to the Ontario Science Centre, to check it out. We arrived at 11am and left by 2pm. The best part of this place was the section called "Game On 2.0" this section had all the old school games from Ping Pong on the old Atari, PACMan, Space Invaders right up to games that are being played now in 2013. I was excited to see a couple of games I use o play when we had an Atari when I was little. There was one section we would of loved to have gone ...