Park Inn By Radisson Toronto-Markham
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Inn By Radisson Toronto-Markham
My stay was lovely, it was pretty and comfortable, good food had a pool, great people.
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To sum everything up, the hero lives in a grand castle, conflict mainly happens in the grassy fields and sunny-side village, and the villain lives in a dark cave. But when the villain and hero go to battle on the battlefield, will the hero win? Will the villain? Will the villain take over Neverland? Or will the hero save the ...
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... 3 places the hero travels
too. The hero's home is in the middle of the land in a castle (Castle Remond).
Conflict #1 is in Port Sador. Is it dangerous or not? Ca you feel that mythical shift of wind in the air that singles you out? Conflict #2 is at the villain's domain (Castle Hiberni) so they are both together. The castle is not what you would expect from a evil place. It's a lush green land and ...
... Sunday, I went out for a meal with Jaqui to the Duke of York, which coincidently neither of us had a clue where it was…combined with my hopeless ineptitude at finding my way around, it made for an interesting start. We had a delicious burger/salad followed by the humble brownie, possibly the greatest dessert ever invented. We enjoyed our meal at a leisurely pace, and ended up arriving at half 7 when the men’s lacrosse kicked off at 7-and neither of ...
... for free to attract customers or were under some kind of community access point grant to provide the service. Not so much in Toronto; everything is either password protected or highly unreliable. Also iMessage seems to be picky about the service or connection it is on. Notes for next time.
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