Travelodge Richmond Hill

Address: 10711 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4C 3E1, Canada | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 10711 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, is near Caesar Spa.
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      Kaitlyn's Travelogue: Ever Glazed

      A travel blog entry by kaitkobo on Jan 30, 2015

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      First stop; The Valley of Fortis! I arrived through the Drastic Dock because that’s the only way of transportation between provinces and islands now. It’s located near the peak of the mainland of Ever Glazed. It was named after Joanna who apparently brought rain to the valley. She cut down the largest tree in all of Ever Glazed, carried it on her own to the Temple ...

      Dathira

      A travel blog entry by ae15trg on Jan 30, 2015

      ... It can fit 500 people in different rooms. the walls and floors are decorated with legends and pictures of the Guardians. In the middle, is the Compass, made of the scales of The King, and the Delta Crystal, a shard that fell from the sky.The feeling of standing tickles the skin and warms you the the core. It's the home of healing, because almost any wound can be healed by the Delta Crystal. There's a bath house, training center, a stadium for battle and competitions, ...

      The Land Of The Dead

      A travel blog entry by ramez on Jan 30, 2015

      ... s very humid, and wet. There are all sorts of creatures there, some of which have never been discovered. Mark likes living there because the fog there is so thick, that his enemies can't spot him. There is green mold and moss floating on the surface of the water. It's never bright because the air is so thick, it blocks most of the sunlight. Mark made himself a log cabin out of the surrounding trees in the swamp. In the cabin, he has a bed, a place to store ...

      Visiting Toronto on the way to New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by jengosley on Feb 02, 2014

      The flight from Charlottetown involved a brutal layover in Montreal. Our flight was on the Tarmac for 3hrs waiting to get clearance to go to Toronto. I was able to trade my seat that has extra leg room but without a tv, for the seat next to it ...

      Toronto - it's all about height!

      A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Oct 16, 2013

      4 comments, 23 photos

      ... though, leaning over the edge of the platform from the 500ft structure, secured by a harness and line. Toronto has a great vibrancy with a compact city feel. The underground city was a complete surprise - basements of tower blocks all linked together by underground passage ways, malls, subway stations and cafés. Thankfully Huw was navigating in this underground maze - my navigation skills are not too bad (no comment please Andi Parsons!) but to navigate ...