International Plaza Hotel Toronto
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInternational Plaza Hotel Toronto
We walked in and the desk personnel were very accommodating with a nice room at a good rate.
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... theater where Steven took us. Dad got a look on the schedule but nothing was on so we decided that Declan and Dad would go and see Fast and Furious 7 while Mum and I would go to the Eaton Center Mall. We looked around the shops and tried on clothes until it was time to go get Dad and Declan from the movies. We got them and they said they really enjoyed the movie and that it ...
We arrived in sunny steamy Toronto in time for Apple picking. The ladies and men were separated by apples and beer. Adam, Becca and Amber had prepared a great welcome for their grandparents, there were posters all over the front door and art work in progress even as we walked in the door. Grandparents, aunties, uncles, brothers, sisters, nieces and nephew all around catching up rediscovering each other after long absences. In time for thanks giving in Canada. The ladies ...
... Rowe, but if the fishing was rubbish we’d be moving on. In the morning we headed into town to renew our Ontario Outdoors cards and get an 8 day fishing license. With our personal details stored from a previous visit it was a much simpler affair, and we were on the bank within the hour. I drew first blood with a small but perfectly formed bass, Jason followed soon after with a much larger specimen and then Jenny hooked a lunker, and all within 30 minutes. Earl Rowe was proving ...
... So then there was the rest of Toronto..... We took the obligatory bus and boat tour and learned that the French hadn't found their way this far down the St Lawrence because of rapids so they stayed a safe 5 hours drive away in Montreal. The English however did find Toronto and called it York to give it a strong English identity. The Irish, escaping from the potatoe famine in the early 1800s, joined them. There were taxes on schools and even a pew tax in the churches and ...