BridgeStreet Residences

Address: 209 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, M5B1M4, Canada | Inn
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Location

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

Toronto, Canada

A travel blog entry by gillmison on May 25, 2015

2 comments, 37 photos

... his glee that he would get another chance to torture us. He started off asking about the form again and why we didn't fill it out. He then started interrogating us about everything. What did we do for a living? Where were we going? What were we doing there? Where were we staying? Where had we been? He realised we were going to Toronto and coming back to Niagara for a day trip and he was utterly perplexed. He kept asking why we would do that when Niagara was 5 minutes away and who ...

New cover, same Bad Blood

A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 04, 2015

5 comments, 2 photos

... Boghan is a second baseman who’s spent most of his career in the minors but is finally in the big leagues with the Toronto Blue Jays, though perhaps not for long. Enter Santi del Oriente, a superstar with a shady background who’s just been acquired by the Jays. The three men and the women closest to them struggle in a world where past and present merge, betrayal and love intertwine, and dark secrets inevitably rise to the surface.


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My Springtime Getaway

A travel blog entry by dprovan on Mar 25, 2015

1 comment

... go home before she got to the airport. By the time I checked in it was almost 11:00 but I decided to have something to eat in spite of the hour. Pier 73 is a restaurant attached to the hotel on the Fraser River - not much to see in the dark, but they say the sunsets are magnificent. The seafood salad (scallops, prawns and salmon) was delicious and not too filling before bed. Bedtime in Ontario time was actually 3:00 am. I hope tomorrow is a better ...

A day to spend waiting to take the train to Vancou

A travel blog entry by paulnjohanne on Aug 19, 2014

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After leaving the luggage at the station we spent the day doing some shopping, eating & Checking out the HHOF. dinner at Marche, within the great domed building. The Canadian was running around two hours late so we didn't leave Toronto until around midnight, tucked up in ...

A Day in Toronto

A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Jul 14, 2014

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... the only one that would let me back in without security) and committed myself to walking all the way around it, because I felt like I'd been sitting for ages. Disappointingly, it was smaller than I thought and only had a Subway, Swiss Chalet, Starbucks and one other random food and souvenir store. I was hoping for Maccas. No such luck. Finding a seat was even less successful, so I settled down on the end of my bag trolley and updated my blog to include Courtney & ...