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. …
My latest school visit was to Havergal College (havergal.on.ca) in Toronto, Canada. Havergal is an independent school for girls and is highly regarded in the province of Ontario. It was established in 1894 and is a school steeped in tradition. The school caters for around 1000 girls from Kindergarten-Grade 12. The tuition fees are listed at $28,600 Canadian per annum. You will see from the pictures that Havergal is a stunning environment. It has a number ...
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... style with sandstone columns, ruins and all kinds of creepy characters. These two mazes had a lot of twists and turns with scary characters everywhere! I dont remember too many of the awesome details of these two, because most of it was spent jumping out of the way of attackers and trying hard not to have a heart attack... but i do remember they were GREAT and very well done with vines, trees, creatures, perfectly scary music, hidden trap doors, snakes, spiders, and i'd love ...
... at least at the top. The lower coach is closed in and hot so if there are any folks down there, there are not many. The tour guide is knowledgeable with interesting facts about what we are seeing though we are not moving too quickly due to the construction. One of the first stops is the waterfront where we will get off the bus and make our way to a boat for the harbour tour. It is a long walk to the pier and then a long line. The tour boat arrives to ...