Hampton Inn by Hilton Toronto Airport Corporate Centre

5515 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, M9C 5K5, Canada
Hampton Inn by Hilton Toronto Airport Corporate Centre
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Compression socks - flight socks

by jarcher

Hi new here anyone know where in Toronto I can buy reasonably priced about 20 $ compression socks/flight socks ??
thanks

Re: Compression socks - flight socks

by ricky52

You should be able to get them from your local chemist.

Re: Compression socks - flight socks

by Redlats

What are compression socks? I presume they are socks that prevent your feet from swelling on flights?

What is the difference between socks that are one size too tight and compression socks?

Re: Compression socks - flight socks

by July2

I'm not sure if they have what you're looking for but Tilley Endurables specialize in quality travel clothing.

http://www.tilley.com/thumbnail.asp?gender=u&extractBy=CategoryId&id=2

Two locations: Don Mills at Barber Green, and Queen's Quay.

Otherwise, how about sports stores?

Re: Compression socks - flight socks

by ricky52



They are an elasticised type sock and can help prevent DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)

Travel Tips for Toronto

catch a raptors or leafs game,...

by acidwarp

catch a raptors or leafs game, the ACC is an excellent world class facility
Both teams made it deep into the playoffs, and will only do better next time, catch vince carter and the raptors in action from nov to may and mats sundin and the leafs from oct to may. like i said earlier the friendly and the multicultural people

Bay Street

by jamiesno

Bay Street in Toronto is basically Toronto's financial district and when you here reference to it, it's generally in that context. Many of the world's largest corporations and certainly Canada's largest are headquartered on this street or in the area. Right in the downtown core there are a lot of skyscrapers, etcetera but it's a nice area to explore around I thought, you can always duck underground into the PATH from here as well.

CHINATOWN

by LoriPori

This ever-expanding area, consisting of Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue, is home to Asian communities from Hong-Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam. A wealth of oriental shops and fruit markets, spill out onto the street to tempt passers-by and a vast selection of authentic Chinese restaurants feature such delicacies as pork dumplings, dim sum and Peking duck. You will also see street sculptures along Spadina, including a dragon, a black cat on a chair and the colorful moose, pictured in my extra pics.

I'll have a double double...

by ciscochampion

Be sure to visit a Tim Horton's restaurant. Chances are that you will find one. The best thing to order is the coffee...a large double double! That means a large coffee with 2 creams and 2 sugars. You could also try any of the fresh baked donuts.

I met a Toronto girl and told...

by btex

I met a Toronto girl and told her I was from Texas. She automatically said, 'I bet that you're surprised that we all don't live in igloos up here.' That came out of nowhere. I never thought y'all lived in igloos but did think the winters got pretty cold in parts of Canada - and they do. I guess this falls into the category of stereotypes. I'm not sure what my tip is...avoid stereotypes...or enjoy them! Lighten up! I think it's pretty funny that a lot of people from other countries seem to think that Texas is one big desert and everyone living here is a cowboy or gunslinger or oil baron...it's funny.

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Address: 5515 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, M9C 5K5, Canada