Oak Inn

Address: 13100 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4E 1A6, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 13100 Yonge St, Richmond Hill.
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Travel Blogs from Richmond Hill

Kaitlyn's Travelogue: Ever Glazed

A travel blog entry by kaitkobo on Jan 30, 2015

... worship all 73 Gods for 28 days. The Valley of Grande soon changed to The Valley of the Fortis which means brave. Temple Wertan was also later changed to the Temple of Joanna. It also got 3 more columns making a total of 238 columns supporting the quartz roof. The shadows of those walking upon the surface of the white granite floors slightly reflected upon the column's. Joanna’s gift to the valley has brought joy to ...


A travel blog entry by ae15trg on Jan 30, 2015

... The walls, floors, and ceilings in the rooms are enchanted, so it can illuminate any image you want to show in the dorm (e.g landscape, people, etc.). The bath houses are warm and feels like lying down in the clouds. The stadium and training centers are state-of-the-art and the sight is breath-taking.

The direction that was taken to get to a Nature's Paradise, was north, through the Path of the North Wind. It is on the top left of the map, just above the ...

The Land Of The Dead

A travel blog entry by ramez on Jan 30, 2015

... a place to cook, and of course he has a bathroom.

The first place of conflict is the Desert Of Dijidoros. The Desert of Dijidoros is surprisingly, up north and it's still really hot. It's full of life, and really cold during the night. To get to The Desert of Dijidoros, Mark has to travel east, Then to the eastern hemisphere of the desert. The desert makes people happy, and there are mountains of sand everywhere you go. When you touch the sand, ...

Hey batter, batter....swing batter, batter

A travel blog entry by stephjoe on Aug 05, 2014

This morning started rainy. We completed a few indoorsy bits - sorting out our bags which were slowly creeping around the apartment, checking finances (which don't worry mums, we're still doing OK,) and booked ourselves on a couple of exciting excursions, including baseball tonight. We left Anna and Jamie to work at home while we plodded off in our rain coats. We'd aimed to hit the Cherry beach who he'd we'd already missed out on once ...


A travel blog entry by kate99 on Jun 07, 2014

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... So I left, and began to think about the other things I could have done if I hadn't gone to the ROM. Ripley's Aquarium for example, which I heard someone mention has a travellator to move people round (I've done a lot of walking ok, give me a break). In spite of all these new and alarming anti-museum feelings, I still went to the Bata Shoe Museum the next day because, well, why wouldn't I? Even though I'm not big on shoes in a fashion sense (I'm more into comfort) I ...