Holiday Inn Toronto-Brampton Hotel & Conference Centre

Address: 30 Peel Centre Drive (Dixie Road & Queen Street), Brampton, Ontario, L6T 4G3, Canada | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Bramalea area of Brampton, is near Wild Water Kingdom.
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Travel Blogs from Brampton

What goes up must come down

A travel blog entry by emma-sandra on Aug 04, 2014

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... base of it and also tried to get a peek inside the Roger Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays Baseball team. Unfortunately we couldn't see much and the gift shop was too expensive so we carried on walking. A nice feature about the stadium is that they have stone fans coming out of the building and gees can be seen in the photos.

After being on a bus everyday for over a week, it was good to stretch our legs and walk around the city. We found ...

The fat lady is not singing just yet!

A travel blog entry by peteindira on May 17, 2014

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... happened. Almost, but not quite. Especially since this is just a short break before we continue on. Indira flew in from Vancouver shortly after me and now we sit here and scheme our plans to take over the world. I mean plans to travel .... yes travel .... Muahahahaha ... ahem ... moving on...

The day after I arrived, my best friend's wife ...

And there she was - in all her majestic beauty!

A travel blog entry by prathiba on Apr 24, 2014

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Had a great time with Ashwanti. She took us to the CBD and CN tower which has spectacular views of Toronto and Lake Ontario. Went to the Skypod level which is the highest observation level (447m). Located 33 storeys above the lookout. The glass floor panelled elevators takes only 58 seconds to reach the top. The CN Tower has a glass floor with amazing views of the city down below. Lightning strikes the CN tower an average of ...

Staying in the GTA suburbs (Greater Toronto Area)

A travel blog entry by jennyoneb on Oct 22, 2013

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... a fabric seat. He did it for ages and didn’t seem too pleased that we took his photo! Maybe he is on the run from his criminal past?!? Haha.

Sarah was interesting to talk to also as she is an Air Traffic Controller. As I (Michael) have always had an interest in airplanes it was cool to chat to a real life ATC!

After a fun last dinner out with Sarah and Ryan it was a relaxed start ...

Moving to Toronto

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Oct 09, 2013

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... Cabin crew collecting fallen cups etc.One hr through and the worse is over. The seat belt light goes off and calm is restored.Next thing there is an announcement. A medical emergency. A doctor needed. I cant believe it. The same thing happened at about the same point in the journey on the way back to Dublin 12 days ago.Im starting to worry Canada was a bad idea. I am not sure I ever want to fly again.The rest of the flight passes off calmly thank god.Watching Big Bang Theory ...