Park Motel

Address: 3126 Kingston Rd, Toronto, Ontario, M1M 1P2, Canada | Motel
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This motel, located in the Cliffcrest area of Toronto, is near The Danforth, Scarborough Bluff, Markham Museum and Historic Village, and Thomson Memorial Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Toronto

      Volcanic Cruise Day 1

      A travel blog entry by scottcr on Sep 06, 2014

      1 comment

      September 6th -In my opinion, a travel saga should tell a story and entertain the reader. Its title should spark the imagination! What images come to your mind upon reading the words volcanic and cruise togther? Do you see a ship on the ocean with "Bardarbunga" in the background spewing out pyroclastic debris raining down on its passengers? Possibly, and maybe our ship might get close enough to actually see lava, etc. ...

      In the Airport

      A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Aug 03, 2014


      ... br> “Us too. We were visiting family in Toronto. We’re not city people. I
      mean, we live in Winnipeg now, but we’re country people at heart.”

      “Obviously,” he said.

      “And what were you up to in Toronto?”
      asked the husband.

      “Actually, I’m returning from some time in South America,”

      “South America!” said the woman. She said ...

      A week in review

      A travel blog entry by lisaandjames on Jul 10, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... the time 'observing' and was ready to be done after 5 hours. In the afternoon we went to the Cured Lepers Village and this is when things got interesting. We went around to the peoples homes instead of them coming to us. One elderly man had a bunch of chickens that would sit with him and jump on him. One in particular was not impressed with me- every time I tried to change the dressing he would jump on the man's leg and try to peck me. When that didn't stop me, ...

      Day 0 and we finally can stop our count down

      A travel blog entry by vm_life_travel on Jan 04, 2014

      ... what happened.
      V kept reassuring me that it's okay, everything will be fine eventually.
      I am just sad that we can't have our white christmas in old quebec.

      At least we are together... There were quite a few people crying in the airport the other night, because they can't go back to their family. Imagine being stuck alone for Christmas in Toronto...

      So after numerous attempt at calling them, we finally got something.

      We're NOT the Millers! I swear!

      A travel blog entry by catrandune on Oct 13, 2013

      9 photos

      ... is focused because he doesn't even suggest stopping at Duty Free to pick up our usual bottles of Baileys. There is absolutely no traffic and we pull right up- here goes nothing. Q. Where are you from? A. Toronto Q. How long have you been gone A. Since October 2nd Q. How much did you buy? A. About $200 and $150 Q. What's in the trailer? A. Nothing really, personal stuff Q. Canadian goods? A. Yep. HAVE A GOOD DAY! Are you kidding me?! I can barely hold back ...