The Ivy At Verity

111d Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1S2, Canada | 5 star inn
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This 5 star inn, located in the Downtown area of Toronto, is near Massey Hall, Mackenzie House, Pantages Anti-Aging & Longevity Spa, and Toronto Sculpture Garden.
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    Travel Blogs from Toronto

    A Day in Toronto

    A travel blog entry by cillapitcher on Jul 14, 2014

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    ... t have to pay to check in baggage as this is part of my 'international' flight. When we arrive at Toronto, I'll have about a 5 hour wait till Laura lands (she has a stop-over in Halifax). Her grandparents are picking us up and taking us to their house for the night and tomorrow we'll drive the rest of the way (4 hours) to the ferry that crosses to the island. I'm so thankful for Laura and the fact that I can get to the island with her. The next two weeks are going to be ...

    Toronto Accomodation

    A travel blog entry by hjgm on May 15, 2014

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    ... a hot breakfast with your token. There is a nice choice, however it also means you get less. I was having two bagels for breakfast in the other places, but here I only got one. (I also couldn't take one for later). Here you can also use your token for dinner, I'm not too sure what options are available, but they couldn't be to big. I think I prefer a continental breakfast and the ability to make it ...

    HOME!!!

    A travel blog entry by paulausman on May 09, 2014

    1 photo

    ... I also learned a lot about myself: that I'm able to look-out for myself in foreign countries when put into difficult situations, I can live with very little stuff, I can communicate with people even if the language barrier is diminishing these days. But most of all, I'm damn good at reading maps! ha ha. Overall, definitely happy I did this trip and hopefully I can return for longer next time...hopefully to live there for a few years.
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    LEAVING HOME

    A travel blog entry by liliens on Feb 06, 2014

    8 comments, 1 photo

    ... the current unrest there, we're hoping that the only heat we'll experience will be from the sun. We'll do our best to avoid the unpleasantries, but if we sense any danger, we'll just leave and go someplace safer. It all fits into the spontaneity theme for this trip. So, we hope that you'll keep reading to see how we survive on the exchange as well as on the streets of Bangkok.

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    Nobody Will Interview You Now!

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jan 01, 2014

    10 photos

    ... br> Another head hunter had called me for an interview so I scheduled both interviews on the same day. The morning interview with the head hunter went well. They agreed my three year stint overseas was unusual but not a problem if presented properly as I have a good background and interview well.



    They pressed me to tell them who had said 'nobody ...