Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
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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 …
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