Toronto Plaza Airport Hotel

1677 Wilson Avenue, North York, Ontario, M3L 1A5, Canada | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1677 Wilson Avenue, North York, is near McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Entertainment District, Scarlett Woods Golf Course, and Columbus Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from North York

    Day 6 - Bear Watching in Algonquin

    A travel blog entry by johntrish on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... city and saw Parliament hill, which is considered to be the most beautiful government centre in the world and where all the country's biggest decisions are made. Parliament hill is home to the House of Commons, Senate, and the library of Parliament. We saw the tips of the Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica, gazed at the tranquil Rideau Canal - Ottawa Locks and visited the newly renovated Rideau Centre for a bit of retail therapy and lunch. Then it was back on the road to ...

    Dublin to Celbridge

    A travel blog entry by yvonne25 on Jul 10, 2014

    ... windy streets through a few small towns. Found our hotel, Celbridge Manor Hotel and felt a great sense of accomplishment when we turned the car off. Got checked in, had yummy cream of mushroom soup at the restaurant in the hotel, then back to our room for a much needed nap. Feeling rested, we walked to town. Weather was really pleasant. Had a really good dinner at The Village Inn pub, then walked back. A tiring day but all just as I ...

    Hawaii Trip

    A travel blog entry by adouglas on Jul 10, 2014

    ... Kalmu Beach Park) - it was a small fishing village that was in the direct path of a massive lava flow back in 1990 when the Kilaueau volcano erupted. The lava completely destroyed the village and buried everything under 80 feet of lava. It was very eerie and very sad to know that underneath the lava was an old fishing village - houses, roads etc. all buried underneath your feet. They had pictures posted - one picture showed hot burning lava running down the road. ...

    Food is the best thing!

    A travel blog entry by jessica09 on May 19, 2014

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    ... and I spent a lot of time to read and to enjoy the good weather. After, we went to King Street to eat a hotdog. It was my first hotdog here in Toronto, but it was very good. This week, I plan to try the Poutine in a little restaurant named Smoke’s Poutinerie. I’m not sure if it will tastes like Poutine from Quebec, but I really need to eat this! Ahaahhaah

    I went to the Chinatown to ...

    The great adventure begins!

    A travel blog entry by dublind on Dec 29, 2013

    ... filled and terrifying. However, once we were on the plane and there was no turning back, my eyes began to open to the adventure ahead. It was then that I thought to myself, this is what living my life should feel like. I believe the things your mind resists the most out of fear are meant to challenge you. It is the challenges you take based on those terrifying, life changing moments that can change your life. I believe this kind of fear ...

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