Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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. …
We began our day at 11am, with a pick-up from the double-decker City Sightseeing Tourbus. We could just as easily have made it a few blocks over to catch stop#12 ourselves. Instead, we were taken to stop #1 in Yonge-D Square.
We took the whole 2 1/2 hour tour around the city. I determined there were only a couple of things I wanted to see …
We arrived in Toronto around noon, a few hours after the stated arrival time, and thus causing some with connections some angst. As we had reached our destination for the week, we were in a "no worries" zone. We collected our baggage and caught a cab to our hotel.
Arrival and settling at the hotel put us at around 3PM. I decided that we …
... Islands. They are accessible by a ferry (7 CAD). It's a perfect spot for the pictures of the Toronto skyline.
I'm just realizing, there is not a lot to report about Toronto, nothing really remarkable... It's just a big city and it didn't leave any big impression on me. But I'm not saying it's not worth a visit - check it out and decide by yourself! ...
... breakfast, included in the price of the room. The food was very tasty as most “free” hostel breakfasts are average to the extreme and occur in a very rushed environment.
We headed east to the oldest part of the city. The city of Toronto was originally called York and dates back to the early 1800’s. The remains of the old part of the city are sparse but the Distillery District remains and is a complex of former ...