Windsor Arms Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Windsor Arms Hotel Toronto
Travel Blogs from Toronto
... of hours I was transported back home to my beloved south of England, they even mentioned Hertfordshire! It’s finally getting the recognition it deserves!
Well, apart from a lovely church service today, that’s all folks! Thanks for your encouraging comments about this blog. Please keep in touch, I love hearing from you.
Kind regards, thank you very muchly (I’m going more British the longer I’m out here…)
... s health (she is recovering from cancer and six months of chemo and I am delighted to note that she is disease free), and our reunion.
August 12th - Fiona's birthday!! We employed subterfuge in order to get the cake iced - Ruth and I took Fiona for a walk round the village whilst Sarah, pretending to be tired and needing a rest, iced the cake. It was presented to Fiona, who was totally surprised and was able to identify the secret ingredient, ...
... was ready for us, to our delight the canopy was back up, the table dried and laid ready for dinner. Perfect! We also had an uninvited dinner guest, in the shape of a persistent raccoon in search of pepperoni. We’d have asked him over to play Hand & Foot, but we didn't have an extra set of cards.
Just 4 short days later we were eating our last breakfast and soon after packing up the van and tent. The sun shone brightly and we were not due to vacate until ...
I left home about 6.45am for the 7.30 early start and it was very chilly. As I cycled along the open highways the winds were howling and bitterly cold this early.
Originally I had thought of turning back at Bloor St and only ...
... house is warm. We don’t need to worry that we will run out of food tomorrow. We are in good health and deeply in love with each other. Aren’t we lucky?
Q What are the lessons you learned from your travels?
A You don’t need to travel very far to understand that the sky is blue everywhere. People work hard to provide and feed their families and will help strangers if they are lost. While the world is an incredibly diverse place there ...