Homewood Suites by Hilton Toronto - Mississauga
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHomewood Suites by Hilton Toronto - Mississauga
Great place to stay long term. Breakfast is wonderful. Light dinner included on weekdays. Even have guest laundry room, Friendly and helpful staff. Great value
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When embarking on such an extensive and intensive journey, preparation resembles a military strategic planning operation. Each phase of our upcoming trip has been researched and put into place, each bag item considered and reconsidered. Baggage weight is a key consideration, and 'nice to have' gives way to 'need to have'. All this done ...
... Street. This street is the longest in the world, running 1,178miles!!! We only walked a tiny bit, it's mainly shops but it was cool to say we'd walked on it.
It was around 2pm and we decided to have a late lunch before the Greyhound bus at 4. We found a Nandos, so we chose there as something cheap, simple and tasty! We sat, ordered and got our food and all of a sudden could hear a familiar accent! A scouse guy sat behind us! He was telling the girl he was with, ...
... centre with a revolving restaurant deck half way up. Booked in for lunch the following day. Met up with josh and his old school mate tom lindlar and his gf who used to work for josh on his bar crawl coincidentally back at earls bar on king street. Sipped on cheap margaritas out of teddy bear shaped glasses then hunted out a dinner spot with a view. Everywhere full ended up on a balcony overlooking a street just 3 metres above the ...
... the assumptions that were made about how long they would be underground for (30 days was the plan), the assumed destruction and how similar the logistics were to the setting up for a battleship or submarine that could be at sea for months at a time. We kept on moving and I steeled myself for an intense driving session when we realised we would arrive in Toronto around 6.30pm on a Friday night. Apparently the traffic jams are ...