Gloucester Square Inns - Rundle and Gallow Mansions

514 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2H6, Canada
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YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by cr1992

I'm planning to travel from Dublin to LAX with a stopover at Toronto airport. I won't be booking the tickets separately it just says DUB -LAX via YYZ on the travel website.

* Do I need to collect my baggage and retransfer upon arrival or departure?




* Is YYZ airport an alright one for connecting flights?.......I'll be travelling alone and never done the whole connecting process....so I'm kinda nervous.....

thanks

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by Donna_in_India

Your baggage should be checked all the way through to LAX so you should not have to pick it up. There should be airline personal to help you with connection information once you deplane. If not, check the departure boards for your gate. You'll be fine. :-) Happy Travels!

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by YVRDave

>>>DUB -LAX via YYZ on the travel website<<<<<

It really depends on the website. If it is Expedia, Kayak or one of the resellers, not an airline, you may have 2 separate tickets and will have to recheck-in. More info would be needed. There are 2 terminals in Toronto and you may have to change Terminals

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by yvr

You will be clearing U.S. customs in Toronto prior to your departure to Los Angeles.

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by Donna_in_India

If that is the case then she/he will need to get her/his baggage to clear customs, correct?

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by YVRDave

No, If it is 2 airlines, they will clear Canadian Immigration, collect bags, possibly change terminals, check-in then go through US Immigration.

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by Donna_in_India

Then where would you go through US customs?

When we flew out of Vancouver - I believe we cleared U.S. immigration/customs there - I remember having our luggage with us and then putting it on another belt (a chute actually) - not the normal check-in counter... Whatever it was, it was very convenient.

And for the original poster - what if it's not 2 airlines? Same procedure you described?

Re: YYZ (toronto) airport international connections

by YVRDave

Not sure.

Travel Tips for Toronto

Convention Center

by grandmaR

My favorite thing about Toronto is that I was able to go there on a work related trip. Otherwise, I'd never have been able to afford the time and money to go. I found Toronto to be a charming and interesting city.

I spend a lot of time at the Convention Center because I was attending a convention (duh). So I took a lot of pictures of that area. But it isn't exactly a tourist destination - not even an 'off the beaten path' place.

Toronto Islands

by daffodil

Take a trip on the ferry to the Toronto Islands. Although Centre Is. is very touristy, you can rent a bike and relax there. There is also a nude beach there, on the west side (Hanlon's Pt) for those that are interested. It is only 15 minutes on the ferry from the hustle and bustle of the city, like an oasis. And if there is to be a fireworks show, the island is a great place to see it from. Watching the fireworks at Ontario Place from the Island with friends on a nice summer evening.

Take in a blue jays game! Its...

by LeighAnne

Take in a blue jays game! Its loads of fun and the SkyDome is wonderful. Don't forget to buy yourself a shopsey's hotdog!!! Eaton Centre. When I first moved to Toronto I dropped my bags and headed for Eaton's Centre before even unpacking. Its a wonderful 3 story shopping centre with everything imaginable. Located on Yonge and Queen street.

Busker Fest

by milliturtle

Toronto comes alive with festivals in the summer. One of these is the Busker Fest, which is a 4 day extravaganza at the end of August that showcases street performers in the St. Lawrence Market / Downtown Core area. I went to the grand finale this year (August 29, 2010) and was blown away by the talent. Best of all, the performers are busking for change, so you pay what you feel the show was worth. Do bring lots of change though because they worked really hard to entertain us.

We saw everything from people juggling fire, living statutes, magic shows, and some serious acrobatic display. There were also aerial and circus shows on the main stage on the other nights, so you'll need to check the schedule. And as they said, things could happen anywhere, anytime during the festival. And to go with the street performance, vendors have also set up artisan stalls and food stands, so there's something for everyone.

Oh, the event is a fundraiser for Epilesy Toronto and the proceeds from busking during the main stage shows go towards the charity.

15 percent is expected and done

by AlekToronto

General tip for anyone visiting Toronto and is wondering how much to tip.
Our service people make very low wages here and expect the tips to survive. Almost all Canadians will tip 15% on all restaurant meals (before taxes). Calculation is easy as the combined taxes on all meals is 15%.

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Address: 514 Jarvis Street, Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2H6, Canada