The Acme Executive Lodge

Executive Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1A 2B6, Canada | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Toronto

Reflection on my Grand Balkan Adventure

A travel blog entry by londone7


... eventually I made it in the rain.

Unfortunately the rain did not clear the entire four days affecting my mood in the town where I was also starting to get a cold. Novi Sad made an interesting day trip to the north with its Austrian architecture formerly being Hapsburg and Hungarian territory.

Moving south to the ancient crossroad town of the Nis the atmosphere ...

Toronto Exploring day 1

A travel blog entry by rorox


... a detour to explore a portion of the University of Toronto. This was a must see for me as alot of my friends in the UK who were Canadian had attended this Unversity, including a very close friend of mine...yes, that's you Jade. It is also the largest University in Canada in terms of number of enrollments and is highly ranked amongst the top Universities of the world. Had to see what all the fuss is about. We weaved our way from University Ave through alleyways between buildings ...

Toronto Summer

A travel blog entry by lauratravelz


... was a group of Australians who were staying for a week and nearly every night we would meet up on the roof and then go out (as I was not yet employed and did not have to go to work the next day!). After constantly applying for jobs and attending (fruitless) interviews with recruitment companies – stressed, because I had not much buffer money to live without income – I was lucky to get a job at a call centre through a contact at ...


A travel blog entry by jocelyn_


There is nothing quite like getting off a train after spending five days on it. Toronto was an excitment. Time to stretch the legs! I found the hostel The Clarence Park quite easily and after being mocked for a good ten minutes about my accent, I was permitted to leave my bags there before exploring the city.

My first stop was a good hot meal! I headed over to the St. Lawerence Markets and had a peameal style bacon sandwich ...


A travel blog entry by monsoon-music

... you see them in person again. We do our best to stay in touch with everyone at home in Toronto; via email, skype, phonecalls, and this blog, but it's not quite the same as spending good old quality time at home.

The three months we spent at home were truly amazing and flew by, we can't thank everyone enough for the support, interest and love you showed us while at home and we too hope to share that with all of you when you come here to ...


This hotel, located in the Downtown Toronto area of Toronto, is near Yorkville, Toronto Reference Library, Panasonic Theatre, and Manulife Centre.
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