Templar Hotel

348 Adelaide St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V1R7, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 348 Adelaide St W, Toronto, is near The Air Canada Centre, Union Station, Financial District, and Design Exchange.
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World Cup Pool & Statistical Analysis

A travel blog entry by two2tango on Jul 12, 2014


Popularity: 1-Brazil 2-Argentina 3-Spain 4-Germany

Brazil > North America: 1 pick, South America: 1 pick, Asia: 10 picks
Germany > Asia: 1 pick, Middle East: 1 pick
Argentina > North America: 1 pick, Asia: 2 picks, Europe: 1 pick, Middle East: 1 pick
Spain > Asia: 4 picks, North America: 1 pick

Conclusion: ...

Balotelli header, Drogpa show

A travel blog entry by two2tango on Jun 15, 2014

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In one of the most anticipated games in the group stage, Italy faced England in the heat of the Amazon jungle in the city of Manaus and it was the brilliance of Pirlo and the clinical finishing of Balotelli that won the game for Azzuri. England played well with speed but Rooney is still searching for his first ...

Doors Open Toronto - Part II

A travel blog entry by londone7 on May 25, 2014

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... temples. The main hall had giant Buddhas at the far wall with smaller ones to either side. Unfortunately they did not allow any photography inside.

There were two robed monks, spinning wheels by the outer entrance, and a crafts store. Again its a shame there were not more religious venues this year.

Finally I headed ...

Big Rob's Yard

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie on Feb 13, 2014

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Don't mention the Mayor.
So it seems most Toronto residents we spoke to don't share our mirth at the antics of their crack smoking mayor Rob Ford. The couple of mentions we made were met with looks of derision so we avoided many more.
We did go to see City Hall though, unfortunately we didn't spot the man himself but did see an ice rink. ...

The End of my ESL Career

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Dec 31, 2013

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... this out there. I'm not just getting on a plane and walking into who knows what and I need to be able to get back if there are any family problems. And frankly most places were not responding as the ESL market caters to "good looking white people in their 20s!".

Maybe if I was in my 20s I would take one of these crazy jobs and those are the types of people plunging into ...