BridgeStreet Residences

Address: 209 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, M5B1M4, Canada | Inn
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This inn, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Eaton Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square, Pantages Theatre, and Massey Hall.
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Travel Blogs from Toronto


A travel blog entry by allieandjohn on Oct 04, 2015

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... 8217;s we were so glad to leave.

On our last day, we waited for the weather
to clear, then bombed it up to the top of the CN Tower, it was worth it along with the
small fortune we handed over to do it.
The views were amazing though it took some nerve to walk over the glass
floor and look down the 600 meters drop. The rest of the day we spent walking around the harbour and the streets, we love this pl


Toronto & Niagara

A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 21, 2015

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... teens, and a trolley loads of tourists. here, you can see all kinds of tat on sale, but a definite buzz. The graffiti art and the unusual houses are worth a look, the bars and restaurants are funky, and Chinatown joins up to make a pretty lively cultural experience on a Saturday. There is a little park called Denison, where I stopped for a breather, and then I went back to the internet cafe I discovered the other day.


Doors Open Toronto - Aga Khan Museum & Ismaili Ctr

A travel blog entry by londone7 on May 24, 2015

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... Ismailis are from the minority Shia sect of Islam.

Many of the designs had the many names of God hidden into the geometric patterns. Some were made from small inlaid tiles.

There was an interesting plaster wall where workers ...

Toronto -Sunshine and Smiles

A travel blog entry by gsgladman on Apr 19, 2015

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... for a week, eating, drinking, laughing and sharing stories together.

Laura (our number two daughter) has been living in Toronto for the past 12 months. Over the ensuing week we got to know Patrick and meet some of Laura's friends. We saw her at work, met her boss and we were both treated to the full hair experience at Laura's expert hands in the small salon where she works. Very special times and so memorable. It was heart warming to see Laura ...

The most wonderful time of the year...

A travel blog entry by emilytoronto on Dec 15, 2014

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... from Islamic to Aboriginal Art,
which I was really impressed by. They had the infamous art of Monet and Rubens,
as well as the American Gothic, which is basically two grumpy oldies looking
angry with pitchforks. It was marvellous. Finally, we took a look at the
infamous Bean. Not of the English comedy variety, but rather a black sculpture
of a bean. Pretty self explanatory really but people were loving it, taking
selfies, the vain ones enjoying ...