BridgeStreet Residences

209 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario, M5B1M4, Canada | Inn
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A travel blog entry by two2tango

If there is a tie in the standings, the tie-break will be decided by adding the points for your TOP 4 TEAMS and if there is still a tie, we will only take into account the points won by your 4th team (THE LATIN AMERICAN BASKET... Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico).


Off To A Bit Of A Rough Start

A travel blog entry by f.goldthorpe


... to reach Kipling station where I waited briefly for the # 192 airport express bus.

Stowing my big bag on the luggage rack I removed my backpack and placed it in the seat beside me. I was somewhat protective of my duffle bag and kept a watchful eye on it for the whole trip. Upon arrival at terminal one I popped up and grabbed my big bag and exited the bus feeling quite smug about the ample time I had left and ...

Ontario Christmas Ice Storm

A travel blog entry by londone7


... weeks after Christmas for city crews to be able to cut and clear many of the branches and trunks that were lying all over the streets and sidewalks like broken twigs. Even trying to walk on the sidewalks was an obstacle as fallen trees could be lying across the street for several ...

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by tryan


... before my morning coffee! The Canadians do great Rieslings, the red I tried not so good. They also specialise in ice wine, which is grapes left on the vine well into winter, so they're harvested when it's icy. You drink it cold and really it's just like a dessert wine, the flavour is intense and it's very sweet. Also went to see the old Capitol of Ontario, Niagara on the Lake, which was a quaint little township full of tourist gift shops, but the best thing was this one bakery, ...

Toronto in eight hours...

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada


... area! Right next to the Distillery was a collection of Victorian red brick industrial buildings, the oldest preserved outside of Britain. The reason the tiny green doors appear so close together is that the floors were built to accommodate children. Terrible huh? The child labour laws took longer to catch up over here than in England. Right next to this is a huge building site, which will house the athletes for the 2015 Pan Pacific Games. It's actually much larger ...


This inn, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Eaton Centre, Yonge-Dundas Square, Massey Hall, and Pantages Theatre.
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