Andrews Motor Lodge

Address: 4434 Kingston Rd, Toronto, Ontario, M1E 2N6 , Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Morningside area of Toronto, is near Toronto Zoo, Scarborough Bluff, Great Blue Heron Charity Casino, and Markham Museum and Historic Village.
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Condo living in Toronto

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Aug 31, 2015

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... headed straight for the bike office, threw our cash at them and was shown to our 'romantic carriage' that we'd pootle around on during the next hour.

Did I say romantic? Oh sorry, I must be getting confused with my imagination. What I meant was we were shown to our heavyweight, solid steel frame with a canvas roof that slowly cooked us beneath, and pedals that made us look ...

Journey Home

A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 20, 2015

... for drinks and such. Arriving home in Michigan around 11:00 pm safe and sound, we are ready for some rest.

What a whirlwind of great adventures and experiences in Italy. I thank my friend Cindy for coming along on this journey. She was a most excellent and entertaining travel buddy !

In exhaustion, I listen to my teenage daughter telling me all about her own adventures while I was away as I drift off to the land of nod.

Until next time, Buona Notte !

En route to Canada!

A travel blog entry by addison11-22 on Jun 28, 2015

... our "American cousin", the Acadians, descendants of the first French colonists. With as Shediac, self-proclaimed world capital of lobster, with the "world largest lobster sculpture"! The Bay of Fundy, who knows "the highest tides in the world" ... Hopewell Rocks The park ... with "the most beautiful cliffs of the world" (nan ... for that one, I laugh ... but for the other two, it ' is true!)
After this first part travel-based Maritime Canada, then up ...

Bright lights, big city, building works...

A travel blog entry by thereisnoplan on May 05, 2015

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... in the summer but we didn't stick around long as the breeze coming off Lake Ontario was quite chilly.

Toronto has an underground network of tunnels called PATH, its primary function being to allow people to move around the city with minimal exposure to the harsh winter weather. It is a 30km network that links offices, subway stations, sports stadia and an impressive amount of retail space. Intrigued, we found an entrance by the Bluejays ...


A travel blog entry by peter_denise on Apr 21, 2015

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Sunday 19/4 - A lazy day today, as it should be on a Sunday. We just spend the day with Mathew as it is the last time we will see him until he comes home around Christmas time. We went to the Invista Centre, a local sports complex, in the afternoon so Mikaela could have an ice skate. Only Mat & Mikaela skated. Denise took some photos & video & I watch some little kids practicing their ice ...

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