Gloucester Square Inns - Rundle and Gallow Mansions

514 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2H6, Canada | Inn

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Casa Loma's Splendor

A travel blog entry by quiltinlady


... later a popular nightspot. In 1933, the city of Toronto took ownership of the property for the $27,303.45 owed in back taxes. Suggestions for possible uses of the building included a high school, museum, art gallery, a war veteran's convalescence home, and a permanent residence for the Dionne quintuplets (!). None of the projects proved feasible, and the City of Toronto considered demolishing Casa Loma.

The Kiwanis Club of ...

We arrive in Dublin

A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels


... and you will only have to pay $25 a day.. I would have paid $500 a day never to have to drive it again..

We get to our room, I calm somewhat, Carolynn stops giving me a wide birth...
The driving has given me an apatite...
There are loads of tourist brochures.. adds for restaurants etc..
We select one supposedly only 1.5k away..
I make yet another tactical error.. 'we can use the Tom Tom to navigate as we walk'...
Enter ...

Niagara Falls

A travel blog entry by madchen7474


... remoteness to them or the distance
and difficulty it takes to get to them.

However, if I have learned anything in the
past it is to look for the positive in everything and although Niagara has
handicapped itself by it’s own beauty in attracting mass commercialization to
it’s doorstep. It is nevertheless a site worth travelling to see and for that
matter in it’s entirety, by which I mean soaking up the ‘over the ...

Stuck in the polar vortex

A travel blog entry by kimdn

... the guy over there wearing a onesie was cute. (Don't roll your eyes, new year's eve is a free pass to be crazy...) This was thé queue for the girls to try to set me up with a Canadian fellow. Turns out he was already taken , much to their disappointment. We ended the night on a high and not too late, so we would still be pleasant on new year's day. 2014 was started with a late morning and a lazy breakfast.

A wonderful evening of yummies was organized for everyone by the ...

Days 219 - 226: USA - Road Trip North into Canada

A travel blog entry by djmorton


... best place for a Canadian brekkie. Blue Line is a cafe/shop owned by the former world number 3 ice hokey player. Before knowing that, we got an epic sized Canadian feast served by a phenomenal waitress. Her boss, the owner and daughter of the hockey player, came over for a chat. She asked where we were from and we said Australia. She was flabbergasted and got the kitchen staff out to show us off. Further more, when asked where we'd been and we said we're on a one year world trip, ...


This inn, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Toronto Reference Library, Maple Leaf Gardens, Panasonic Theatre, and Metro Central YMCA.
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