Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington

975 Syscon Road, Burlington, Ontario, L7L 5S3, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 975 Syscon Road, Burlington, is near Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Glen Abbey Golf Club, British Eats and Treats, and Temagami Wilderness.
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    Travel Blogs from Burlington

    Church History and Awesome Beauty

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Sep 03, 2014

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... to a grove of trees behind this tiny log home we were touring to ask in prayer. This wooded area is called the Sacred Grove by Mormons. It was a lovely serene place and we were the only visitors there at the moment. The summers are really busy at all the many church sites but when the fall and winter set in it is pretty quiet. The rain yesterday also kept the visitor away today as it was muddy and muggy. It also got us moving a bit quicker when we realized we ...

    2 flights down, one to go

    A travel blog entry by bigbri58 on Apr 26, 2014

    12 photos

    ... efficiency?) except Brian keeps activating the metal detector at security. He insists it is the money belt I make him wear (that he does not want to) but I am wearing one which is exactly the same and having no trouble. Hmmmm, need to figure this out.

    Believe it or not, Brian has identified a downside to using our points to fly Business Class. With the layovers in the lounges and the food and ...

    Talking to Eastern Ukrainians - a follow up

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Apr 19, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... emerged from the subway exits on all four corners of the Maidan. By best estimates there were 600 - 700 of us and maybe 2,500 of them. They made an attempt to corner us.

    We ran like hell. I lost sight of most of my comrades, sticking with the one who had gotten me into this mess. We spotted a group of young people, ran past them, then turned and calmly slipped right into the middle of their pack. I folded up my golf club, hid it up ...

    White Sands National Museum

    A travel blog entry by nwitchlow on Oct 27, 2013

    ... so the mineral coats the basin. Persitent winds tumble the flakes which break easily into ever smaller bits, eventually forming a fine white sand, which collects into dunes 30 or 40 feet tall. It kind of eerie driving through a white landscape that isn't cold. Lots of families here. The kids climb the dunes and slide ...

    Niagara Falls - Burlington, Ontario

    A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Sep 06, 2013

    ... to be more productive on Sunday when we actually made it outside - to a nearby lake which was absolutely lovely, although to the dismay one of our younger company, way smaller than the scale he's used to growing up near Niagara. The 100m expanse of deep deep turquoise water is hidden in a valley of pine trees, and aside from occasional glimpses through the trunks of the raised kids boardwalk that takes you on a loop of the shore, you could easily imagine it ...