The Acme Executive Lodge

Executive Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1A 2B6, Canada | Hotel
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Poutine & Beaver Tails

A travel blog entry by julian-sarah


... in a new era of Caribbean/Mexican/Latin American food which would begin the following day. And so there you have it. That sums up the 11 days we spent in Eastern Canada. Stay posted for an update on our Cuban adventure which should be up in the next two days. Xx Julian's Corner: I was very impressed with Montreal. Thus far I would think it was the most aesthetically beautiful city on the trip, until I got to Quebec City, which I will get to later. My first ...

The Journey for Poutine (Smoke's Poutinerie)!!!

A travel blog entry by b.ramon


... are on the rampage everywhere and continue/ newer systematic interventions are essential. I wish I had Canadian dollar to give (as the restaurant I went to accepted USD...) Upon arrival, I strip down borderline naked, plop up on the bed and turn on the tv with increased volume to drown out the apparent hard of hearing guests next doors volume of their tv, and opened my food. Let's just say ...

Lawrence Market - Peaham - Day 2

A travel blog entry by mattieandsusie

This is a top pick!

From the foot of the shut CN tower and the expensive aquarium we made our way to the Lawrence Market. A pretty market, a clean market with lots of lovely fresh food and friendly stall holders.
On this first trip we picked up fruit, and were told that it was the worst winter for 45 years by ...

Nobody Will Interview You Now!

A travel blog entry by londone7


... br> Another head hunter had called me for an interview so I scheduled both interviews on the same day. The morning interview with the head hunter went well. They agreed my three year stint overseas was unusual but not a problem if presented properly as I have a good background and interview well.

They pressed me to tell them who had said 'nobody ...

She's a cold one

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan


... of all the world's problems. Alex and Kellie both got motion sickness so we made out way back to the hotel and had a bit of a nap.

The evening consisted of meeting up with Jenny's friends for drinks and dinner. We had a few drinks at the first bar then decided that it wasn't cold enough inside so we stepped out into the cold and walked to another bar. It was bitter outside, almost unbearable in our clothes so we called it a night and we were all in bed by ...


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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