Emerald Isle Motel

Address: 8700 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4G 6Z5, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located on 8700 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, is near University of Toronto, The Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Museum for Textiles, and Textile Museum of Canada.
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    Travel Blogs from Richmond Hill

    Kaitlyn's Travelogue: Ever Glazed

    A travel blog entry by kaitkobo on Jan 30, 2015

    ... and loud… in a good way! The Sunaminal Mountains was almost a maze. Every way I went, I ended up arriving at the same spot! The water at the Rosalit Waterfall was so quick. If you weren't careful, it could sweep you away. It was a tough decision, but I decided to go to the one and only Cerberus Forest! I can’t ever see myself roaming through the trees ever again! Every way I went, I was confronted by ...


    A travel blog entry by ae15trg on Jan 30, 2015

    ... Warriors. The two places of conflict are Nature's Paradise, the representation of light, and the Bottomless Canyon, which is a representation of darkness.The villains domain is Devil's Island, and lives in Chaos Castle, at the edge of Pitchfork Peak.

    The Heroes' Home is on the bottom left of the map, surrounded by the mountain range. The heroes' names are Altair and Talitha, who are brother and sister. Their home is very cozy, and is illuminated by the sunlight ...

    The Land Of The Dead

    A travel blog entry by ramez on Jan 30, 2015

    ... times the amount of life of a normal desert. The second place of conflict is the Dragon's Keep. The Dragon's Keep is very barren except for the legendary dragon of souls. The villain (Brian) has had a tortured childhood and his domain is dark, and has the dead bodies of all his enemies. As you can see, The Land Of The Dead is very interesting!

    On the map, Mark's home is up north, and a bit to the west, next to the Lake Of Suffering. In his ...

    Canadian Art Collection & an Oil Change

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Sep 26, 2014

    6 photos

    ... incident. Really, it’s not nearly as scary as crawling down a steep, narrow, winding mountainside road. There’s no chance of falling off the edge anywhere and nobody’s going too terribly fast because they can’t - there’s too much traffic. The only thing that set my teeth on edge after that was the screeching kids camped beside me. Oh well, can’t always get a quiet, private campsite. Sometimes you just settle for level. ...

    Go East - D16

    A travel blog entry by macdubhsith on Jul 15, 2014

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... thought the old Ohio 65 mph limits were silly. Not that anyone pays attention to things in traffic. It's simply a manner of flow with everyone else. Traffic is a fluid, unnecessary elements turn a graceful river into a series of Class IV rapids. Politicians, please take note.

    Makes me miss the wide open, low traffic of NL and NS. Back when everyone, the few there were, did 120 kmh on the two lane stretches of TCH. It was beautiful in its simple elegance.