Park Inn & Suites by Radisson on Broadway
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As in the case of our short stay in Toronto, we decided to make the best use of our time by embarking on the "Big Bus" on-off tour of the city. Needless to say, the tour provided only small bites of this grand city, leaving us hungry for more. With this in mind, today's blog is a short one, as the on-off nature of our tour, unlike our long train rides, was not conducive to writing, nor photo opts. So, enjoy the ...
... and has some outstanding windows and fantastic local timber interior.
Getting off the Skytrain at Commercial Broadway, bought back many happy memories of our previous trip to Canada. Nick and Kaz and Emma and Juris lived in this vibrant neighbourhood.
We had few wonderful hours with Ian and Jordan and their beautiful children, Lola and Oscar.
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... plate of it for $6.75. Yeah, they weren't kidding when they said sushi is cheap and plentiful here. I got settled in my "small" room and decided to shower before heading out.
I grabbed the 22 MacDonald bus toward Downtown, but wanted to get off around Chinatown to visit a winery. I get dropped off and as I'm making my way toward this winery, I start to realize I'm not in the nicest area of town. I always have this tendency of winding up on the ...
... then home, chill out and tea. The city provides a free shuttle bus up to the park so we waited for that in downtown and sat out the 20 min journey up into the hills. Very close to town, just over the river, the park is an old First Nations (aboriginal) area that has passed through the hands of various owners over the years, most recently into those of a woman with a bit of entrepreneurial spirit who has expanded it into quite ...