Holiday Inn Express Toronto Downtown
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Toronto Downtown
Shabby, breakfast was okay, but served on paper plates with plastic cutlery and paper cups was not acceptable for the price we paid. Can't fault the staff, they were very helpful and courteous.
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Came to Toronto on Wed, Oct 29th to meet up with Michele while she was over here and had a wonderful time with the Devs. Went to Betty's to meet up with Michele, Kirsten Ness, Dave, Gio, Lauren, Francisco and Derek. Parked on the street and *whew* it was even still there when we left!
Went to the HitGrab office on Thursday and met even …
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I finally returned to my hotel about 7pm pretty tired though and a bit over it. I had planned to walk down Yonge Street and to the CN tower. Instead I went to the roof of the hotel and attempted some shots of various views.
I enjoyed Canada, and my only regret was not having more time to spend there. I coped fine being alone for six days but ...
... to have the ever popular honey cruller and was not disappointed. Yummy, crispy honey glazed exterior and a very airy hokey chewy like interior. She also had a Canadian Maple. Imagine a Boston Cream donut but instead covered with maple icing. New fave. Ted ate a Egg McMuffin type thing as he is not for sweet things in the morning. We read the morning paper, the Toronto Star, and found out there was the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) starting tonight. When we lived in ...
... therefore what I have for a point of reference). This final 12 kilometers took nearly 45 minutes to complete. Parking was easy and close. I had stopped to withdraw some Canadian currency but the parking lot said they would have accepted American (probably should have researched the money situation a bit first!). I purchased my ticket about half an hour before first pitch (there were plenty of decent seats still available). They had a party zone set ...