Days Inn Toronto E Lakeview

2151 Kingston Road, Birchmont Rd/Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1N 1T5, Canada
Days Inn Toronto East Lakeview
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family,s first visit to Toronto

by saikripa

Please anyone suggest the best and economical way to reach Carriage Hills Resort,90,highland drive,ORO-MEDONTE,LOL 2LO from Pearson Intl. Airport.As I shall be visiting,along with family(4nos),first time to Canada.I don't the cost of taxi or what other economical ways to reach the resort where I have a booking from Nov12,10.Please guide about sight-seeing facilities from the resort.
Thanks for early response.

Re: family,s first visit to Toronto

by xymmot

Either renting a car, or hiring a car/ If staying at the resort, ask them if they have a airport pickup. If you will be touring Toronto also besides staying at the resort, a rental is okay. Book a car early for good rates, Cheers Tommy x

Re: family,s first visit to Toronto

by GrumpyDiver

Oro-Medonte is on Lake Simcoe; over 100 Km north-east of Pearson Airport. When you are out in the middle of the country, renting a car is the only way to go.

Sightseeing - you will be visiting in November - the weather can be quite miserable (cold, windy and rainy) at that time of year. I'm really not sure what would be on offer then.

Travel Tips for Toronto

Toronto in the Yonge/Bloor St. area

by euro05

Hi VT member,
The weather currently here in TO has been hovering around the +14. You will need a jacket, even though the temps could hover around the mid teens, it has been rather windy.
Since your staying around the UofT area, you shouldn't have a problem finding casual restaurants. If you wonder over to Yonge St (casual/inexpensive), just north of Gloucester theres a mix of ethnic restaurants, mainly asian.
I like going to Spring Rolls -thai, then theres Ginger - vietnamese. You will also come across a McD's, KFC, Starbucks.
Take the airport express to Delta Chelsea Inn. Theres always cabs parked in front of the hotel, and Gloucester St. is no more than a 5-10 min ride north.
As for shopping, since your close to Yonge st, there's some souvenir stores(combined with all sorts of nick naks). Your best bet is the Eaton Centre Yonge/Dundas, just by the Delta Chelsea Inn. It's three storeys. For something a little more high end, head over to Bloor St. West.

Have a great time visiting Toronto.

Mai Multiculturalism
You can talk unlimited for 50 cents on a payphone

Toronto Islands

by btex

take a ferry over to the Toronto Islands. Fondest memory was of taking the ferry over to the Toronto Islands. Once you're there, it's a nice place to hike around, visit the quaint houses, or just chill; there are some beaches as well. I think the roundtrip ticket price for the ferries was about 5 C.D. There were 3 different ports where you could arrive or depart.

CN Tower


Visit the CN Tower the world's tallest free-standing structure.

There is an observation deck at 335 m and a skypod at 447 m. On a clear day you have a beautiful view to the Toronto Islands and to the skyscrapers of the Financial district.

There are rumours that you can also see the mist of the Niagara Falls, but I haven´t seen it... Take a walk on the glass floor at 335 m. It is an amazing experience ... :-)

Walking around

by plikt

Here are some random shots of downtown T.O to give you a better idea of how it looks like.

1. Eton Center, Queen entrance and a glimpse of the Court House next door.

2. The Court House, a nice neogothic building (with gargoils!)

3. Sky scrapers from the 80s. So ugly!

4. Street view, CN tower

It's always better to be freakishly polite.

by sarahjayn

Canadians are a strange people. All of the ones I seemed to meet had a real respect for human life in all its forms - even people who are different from one and other had no problem exchanging pleasantries. As a guarded, fussy American, I found this at first confusing, but then refreshing.
Here are some things that might help you out:
* When that guy on the subway talks to you, you don't have to pretend you’re deaf or that you don't speak English. People just do that here - to be nice!
* When someone bumps into you, don't be totally shocked when they say, "Sorry, my fault." It's some crazy local custom that I saw no trace of in New York. None. In fact, Canadians are so nice, that if you bump into them, they will probably still apologize to you. I wouldn't try it on purpose, but if you're a klutz like me, you'll see what I mean.
* When you get directions from someone, they will actually lead you to the place you want to go. No kidding. If you have ever been to Washington Heights in Manhattan, you know this is not the case everywhere.
* It is sad when someone gets hurt / makes a tragic and public mistake in their love life / has a retarded hamster here - - not funny.


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Address: 2151 Kingston Road, Birchmont Rd/Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M1N 1T5, Canada