Hotel Toronto Airport

Address: 135 Carlingview Drive , Toronto, Ontario, M9W5E7 , Canada | Hotel
 
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Reviewed by graphnic

Detour

Reviewed May 1, 2015
by (1 review) Chatham , Canada Flag of Canada

It's a good thing the clown car left early because there was an accident on the highway and we had to detour approx an hour out of the way. We made it on time and managed to still get 4 of 6 seats together but we couldn't hit the fancy airport lounge.

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Travel Blogs from Toronto

Clown Car

A travel blog entry by graphnic on May 01, 2015

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We ended up sticking five people, six pieces of luggage into a Passat. Becky was suppose to drive us in a Jeep Cherokee but the car was in the shop so she had to borrow a Passat.

Day Fifty Three!

A travel blog entry by taleesa.griggs on May 07, 2015

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... mansion that's been converted into a night club, piano bar, and rooftop bar. The detail inside was incredible and the pianist was just stupidly talented. One of the boys tipped him $5 to play piano man, and it was well worth it. He said he usually waits until later in the night when people are more drunk but a bar full of Aussie travellers add up for it! Wasn't a late night as we have a big day planned for tomorrow! Love love ...

Day 7: Seeking warmth in Toronto

A travel blog entry by jennyleegee on Mar 24, 2015

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... Alpaca wool products. I wondered if I got a nice jumper to fit under my things (other than the ONE woollen jumper I had packed) if that may be a solution. All the items were so expensive though, and I was really reluctant to buy wool that had to be hand washed. Not the most convenient thing for a traveller. I ended up buying an Alpaca scarf to wrap around my head and neck and sometimes my face for a mere $60! That was reduced from $150! Was I ripped off? Maybe. But the scarf ...

Toronto - our kind of town...

A travel blog entry by lillyandmichael on Oct 13, 2014

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... I think the tour operators just get you to wear them for their own amusement), Michael and I both left the boat looking like we had been dunked! Obviously the only thing to do was to find a pub where we could dry off... and of course, it would just be plain rude not to have a drink while we were there. We're very excited to say that tomorrow we're off to see our first ice hockey game. We are really expecting it to be a one of a ...

Planes, planes and one more planes

A travel blog entry by kkmedia on Jul 12, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

Our trip started on a good note when Kirk was able to track down the owner of an iPhone he found outside Pearson airport and reunite them. Luckily the gentleman did not have the phone locked so we were able to call a recently dialed number and eventually reach his daughter. The man was so grateful he gave Kirk 2 big hugs. After clearing security we were able to watch the second half of the Netherlands and Brazil soccer match for third place at the World ...

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