Radisson Hotel Toronto East

55 Hallcrown Place, Toronto, Ontario, M2J 4R1, Canada | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Henry Farm area of Toronto, is near Edwards Gardens, Scarborough Bluff, The Path, and Thomson Memorial Park.
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    Tent Shopping in Toronto

    A travel blog entry by tredders on Jul 19, 2014


    ... by some girls on a batchelorette night out so I was thinking Oh no they are going to wake us up tonight when they come home....but this morning my thoughts changed to what they were thinking..Oh know I hope those old ladies don't wake us up tomorrow morning..lol
    Tonight is sorting ourself out, looking forward to getting our car tomorrow so we can stop carrying all our stuff everywhere. No photos yet due to forgetting my ...

    Round of 16 Analysis

    A travel blog entry by two2tango on Jun 28, 2014

    ... extra push and desire to advance. On the other hand, Colombians are fit, technically very talented and their counter attacking game has been deadly. If they want to advance, they need to play their game and stay calm throughout the match as Uruguay is a very experience World Cup team.

    In other matches, The Netherlands take on a rejuvenated Mexican team full of belief and desire to make history and reach the semi finals for ...

    High Security

    A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... postponed this did not happen as the time did not allow. Instead we decided to grab lunch and hang out until our boarding pass station opened.

    Flying to Israel is harder than I ever gave credit, especially, when your flight is booked with one of the safest *hardest...cough...cough* airlines. We were first greeted my two police officers with automatic rifles that were loaded and ready to shoot in their arms. ...

    Finding family over the holidays

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 18, 2013

    ... your backyard! But no,... this was that polar vortex introducing itself. Some of the consequences of sleet were; icy roads (even with salt), popsicle cars, frozen branches that got so heavy they cracked and fell ontelectricityty lines. This resulted in 10s of thousands of people being without heat, or anything else, for up to 5 days over Christmas eve and day. Yeah... bit worse than i thought.

    I do have to say that Toronto did a good job at making the best out of a ...

    Omelettes are repeatedly misrepresented...

    A travel blog entry by rheadeja on Oct 11, 2013

    ... was lacking.

    Still not time to head back to our bed, we wandered around like zombies - now we were on the hunt for reading glasses as mom sat on hers and broke them the day she left vancouver. We were unsuccessful. We did however manage to find the Sofa Cafe, only my guts were churning from too many bad eggs, bread, and cafe con leche`s, so I just couldn`t bring myself to get *another* coffee. :(

    We NEEDED to go to bed at this ...