Delta Markham

50 East Valhalla Drive, Markham, Ontario, L3R 0A3, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 50 East Valhalla Drive, Markham, is near Colossus Woodbridge, Angus Glen Golf Club, Caesar Spa, and Varley Art Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Markham

    Orbis Terrarum

    A travel blog entry by kelvinsuckz on Jan 26, 2014

    ... of Space, where the Subspace Bridge to Space's realm resides, and the horror-inducing Space lives.

    If you have a death wish, head towards Dead Man's Cave, where the mix of a spider and a bird, the Araneolus, who's blood and venom that stings like the feeling in your head after a long night of wine. In this place, the Araneolus has the most unusual powers. It spins webs that are ...

    Orthurra

    A travel blog entry by johnliu101 on Jan 24, 2014

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    ... the Astinos Desert and the Dauqua River. Doennger if you missed it. These places are all very fantastical and cannot be revealed to the people of Earth. No one has ever found Orthurra and it will be never revealed. But do not forget the story of Vercertica and the Shrygans trying to defeat Threshrage. The battle is truly hard and I do not know who will win, but don't forget to listen to the story as it will blow your human mind. Thank you for your time. Goodbye.



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    Reversed Polarity Dr Who Convention

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Nov 02, 2013

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    ... and time on my hands not working.



    The last time I went to a convention was 1996. What surprised me when I first walked in was the culture shock of seeing so many people come dressed in costumes of various good/bad characters from the show. Even young children were dressed up, sometimes it was a family affairs with the parents in ...

    The Toronto Airport (aka Purgatory)

    A travel blog entry by michmich5783 on Aug 31, 2013

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    ... not graceful enough to wrap a shawl around my shoulders and have it stay there all day in an airport. I just knew it would end up dragging behind me on the floor, (think Linus & his blankie), or get snagged in the escalator and I just really didn't want to deal with it so I decided to go hands-free and get the popover instead. Plus it was on sale. And came in the perfect shade of Robin's Egg / Tiffany blue. So I bought it and I've been ...

    The Zoo; Bowling; Shoes and Comedy

    A travel blog entry by kirsty.md on Jun 22, 2013

    ... it difficult to deal with. Still, I wasn't going to complain as I was sure when I got back to the UK the weather would be terrible so I needed to enjoy it while I could.

    So with the sun out me and Alyssa endulged our inner child and headed to Toronto Zoo for the day. We both loved the zoo. You're never too old for the zoo. When we arrived the zoo was filling up for the day with plenty of school groups and lots of couples on a date. We decided to leave the Panda exhibit ...