Days Inn Toronto East Beaches

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

1684 Queen Street East, Queen St & Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 1G6, Canada
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 22% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Solo55
  • Business41

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Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by clmbsb

I shall be visiting Toronto for 2 weeks in August and would like to be able to use a phone to stay online whilst i am there. I currently use a i-Phone but the charges O2 make for international usage is horrific.

Does anyone know if i can rent an i-phone/Blackberry etc etc from a Canadian phone company?

Many thanks for your help

Clare

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by YVRDave

You would be better to get a SIM card from a Fido dealer, www.FIDO.ca

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by bocmaxima

Tell me about it. When I was up there, Sprint charged me US$4.50 per minute. I used it once to call the people who were picking me up at the airport since I had no Canadian currency.

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by YVRDave

WOW Colin. I remeber my first trip Vegas with my new provider, Rogers. My next bill had $400 in roaming and long distance charges after 1 week. I now have a T-Mobile SIM card for my phone

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by clmbsb

Dave - Can i do that as my phone is "locked"

Sorry if that is a silly question but i have never put another network SIM into a contract phone.

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by YVRDave

Ah, you would need to unlock the phone. You can get that done on line. Google 'Unlock ?????? phone'

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by clmbsb

TBH i don't want to do that. I guess i will just have to make do with being offline during the day. I will have my laptop and internet access in evening so all is not lost.

Thanks for your help, been appreciated.

As a heads-up i am going to post another question regarding supermarkets/grocery stores near York University if you can help with that :)

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by bocmaxima

If you find wi-fi, you can get a Skype account and use that to call people. But it sounds like you're more interested in the internet access than the phone anyway.
My experience in Downtown Toronto was that free wi-fi was relatively hard to find. Even many of the little coffee shops didn't have it.

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by YVRDave

We are a bit behind in Canada Colin. The poster will be staying out by a University, I hope there is better service. Also the sponsor of the event she is attending is Rogers Communications, one of our internet poviders and a SIM card user.

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by YVRDave

Clare, will you be part of the organization of the event? Rogers, the event sponsor, may lend you a phone to use for the time or have an event plan

Re: Rent a Internet able cell phone for 2 weeks

by clmbsb

No, i am going as a spectator

Travel Tips for Toronto

ZIMBABWEAN SCULPTURES EXHIBITION

by LoriPori

While we were on Toronto Islands, there was an amazing display of sculptures spread throughout the gardens. The ZIMBABWEAN SCULPTURES EXHIBITION sure was a treat. The sculptures were so beautiful. The one I'm posing with was especially nice, with a carving of an African woman and child.

learn history of Toronto. The...

by Tolik

learn history of Toronto. The first European to visit the site of present-day Toronto seems to be the Frenchman Etienne Brulle, who came here in 1615 along an old native trail from Lake Huron, later used by English and Dutch fur traders from New York. In the early 18th century, the French built a fortcalled Fort Rouille to interfere with this trade, but it was abandoned in 1759. In the late 18th century, British interest in the area was boosted by the arrival of Loyalists who settled along the shore of Lake Ontario.In 1787 an area of land corresponding to modern-day Toronto was bought from the Missisauga natives for £1700. Six years later the plot was set aside as the site of a new town by John Graves Simcoe, Lieutenant General of Upper Canada. Simcoe’s superiors considered the spot a better place than Niagara-on-the-Lake, the province ‘s then capital, deemed too close to America. In 1794 the choice of a capital of newly created Upper Canada officially fell on Toronto (renamed York in honor of George III’s second son). The site still left much to be desired: “better calculated for a frog pond”, observed Simcoe, “than for the residence of human beings”.

PARAMOUNT CANADA's WONDERLAND

by RACCOON1

This amusement park ( summer only ) , with 60 rides , is about a 45 minute drive north of Toronto.

You can get there by GO BUS from the York Mills Subway Station . Buses leave on the hour and the fare is $4.25 one way.

Admission is $37.44 ( adult 7 to 59) and $ 27.41 for children and seniors.

They have a great waterpark . Admission is included in the general admission ticket . The water park opens at 11:00 am so you may have to try some of the coasters to fill in time.

Generally speaking . FUN FOR ALL .

Black Creek Pioneer Village

by kris-t

A few buildlings were moved from site across Toronto and some re-built.

The village is a regular destination for field trips by schoolchildren from the Greater Toronto Area. It is operated by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority

Variety Is The Spice.

by crazygal59

Toronto is a multi cultural city. Every nationality is represented here. You can spend hours in China Town or spend the day at Caribana in July. There is always some kind of festival or celebration going on in this city.

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 Days Inn Toronto East Beaches

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Address: 1684 Queen Street East, Queen St & Kingston Road, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 1G6, Canada