Toronto Plaza Airport Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TripAdvisor Reviews Toronto Plaza Airport Hotel North York
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... After all the tower stuff we went to Baton Rouge for lunch. I got a port rib ciabata. So yum! Still full hours later. When we got home after checking out all the merchandise and walking the streets a bit, I crashed out and relaxed on my bed for a couple hours. Nice to have a quiet night in. No guests, no huge dinner. Everyone went out for an hour or so, I just relaxed and stayed in. Was good after a big day. I went for a drive with ang after dinner. ...
... we arrived at the Distillery area. These buildings have been revamped into stores and apartments and had some interesting antiques and some very up market merchandise. A really nice ice cream helped a little but the interest had worn off so we caught another taxi back. At least the taxis here have a fixed price set by the govt so we did know what we were in for.
Dinner, packing and an early night and all set for New York tomorrow.
... for once! We headed towards the gate as it was,not surprisingly, a million miles away. We had a scrummy lunch of wings in a honey mustard glaze and sweet potato fries which made me a happy girl!! Annoyingly we did not get a seat together. James ended up next to a proper natterer, whist I had a Chinese girl that didn't speak all the much English!! After 2 complementary tea and biscuits, a doze and a read we landed 4 hrs later in Calgary. Now 7hrs behind the ...
... concert showcased not only Salvation Brass but The North York Temple Band, Songsters, Singing Company, Singing Company Timbrels along with singers and dancers from the Korean Church and Persian Church who both use the facilities at NYT for their weekly worship. The band received a very warm response from the congregation for their sense of fun in worship, tonight featuring two beach balls (in honour of John Hanchett, one of ...
... I learned that you should be kind and empathetic to everyone, because it can make someone’s day. While Visiting the Sunaminal Mountains, I learned that you can’t give up and should just keep going; ‘There’s an answer to every task.’ As I approached The Rosalit Waterfall, the moral I experienced was ‘Walk a little over your Comfort Zone, but don’t go too far.’ The last ...