Inn On The Twenty

3845 Main Street, Jordan, Ontario, L0R 1S0, Canada
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Toronto ----- NYC

by Samanthi

Hello all,

Could you please advice the best mode of transport from Toronto to NYC in July time period? And cost approximately? And how long?
Many thanks

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by Donna_in_India

Hi - cheapest is bus (Greyhound, Trailways) - 10 hours about US $80 one way. Train (Amtrak) looks to be about US $120 and takes 13 hours with a change of trains. Plane (Continental, Air Canada) takes about 1 1/2 hours (flying time) and would cost around $140. Happy Travels!

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by YVRDave


Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by Samanthi

Many thanks to you both

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by CdnJane

One of the things about Porter Airline is that it flies from the Toronto Island Airport (foot of Bathurst St, with a connector bus from the Royal York hotel, or take the Queen's Quay streetcar) so you save the time and expenses of flying out of Pearson airport (Toronto International). Their prices seem better than from the larger carriers. However, you fly to Newark, NOT JFK or LaGuardia, if that makes a difference to you.

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by jats

Another option for bus transportation would be Megabus. They offer $1 one way fares at select times and even outside of their deals, the prices are very reasonable.

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by Donna_in_India

I didn't realize Megabus did this route. I've taken Megabus between NYC and Boston before. They have some really good deals. The Toronto-NYC trip would take about 12 hours. I'd book early if you decide to go this way as the tickets go fast.

Re: Toronto ----- NYC

by Samanthi

Thanks Jats - thats a great tip for budget travellers. We like to take the bus or train considering the bit of adventure it offers. Why not if you could save money at the same time. Will look for online booking? Thanks again.

Travel Tips for Toronto

There are those that Hate HogTown

by RobDavis

Having lived a few hours outside of Toronto for much of my life, I always wondered why so many Canadians resented Toronto so much. I know I never liked Toronto much, but that's because I was never a fan of big cities. I found Toronto to be too congested, too insane to drive in, and too polluted.

After seeing other large cities, however, my opinion of Toronto has improved a lot. Although there is definitely a smog problem, the city is quite clean. It's not the friendliest place in the world, but I always feel safe.

But love it or hate it, you can't deny that Toronto offers an endless number of things to do and see. You can easily spend a week in Toronto and the surrounding area and not see it all. I definitely recommend it as a place to stay for a good long visit!

Visit Toronto Island park, it...

by dennyo

Visit Toronto Island park, it is an oasis in a bustling city, and the view of the city skyline on a clear day is amazing. It is only a $2.50 ferry ride from the downtown (Bay St. and Queen's Quay.) My fondest memory is attending the Canadian National Exhibiton in late August as a child, and seeing the air show on the Labor Day weekend. The jets scream by over the water.

Pros and Cons

by Srechko

Here are some pros and cons of living in Toronto:
Good Stuff:

SEA - I was born on the sea and it makes me happy to live in a city that has a sea coast. Well, Ontario Lake is not really a sea, but differences like the smell, plants and no swimming rule don't bother me much. Along the lake there is few attractive spots for visitors:Downtown area west from Yonge (Harbourfront) looks very luxurious and it is constantly getting face lifts. 'Musical garden' is a nice touch to this area where most expensive condo buildings are. 'Beaches' - east from downtown - gets very attractive during summer. It is a place for beach volleyball (over 50 courts right on the beach), walking, jogging, rollerblading. Dog beach is also here. Brave ones can also swim, but due to cold and polutin only swimmers are usually kids!

NIGHT LIFE - so much choice here. Toronto's main entertainment district is located in downtown in between Queen St. W., King St. W., Simcoe, and Peter Streets. Plenty of discotheques, pubs, theaters, and jazz clubs are located here. Why I rarely go here is parking problem. All parking lots owners are competing who is going to get away with higher price. Some nights (mostly Saturdays) price goes up to $20.

LIVE SHOWS - my favourite way of entertainment. Whether you are into operas, classical, rock, jazz, or world music concerts, stand-up comedies, or theatre shows you can find it here. Check 'Kool House', 'Air Canada', 'Hummingbird', or 'Molson' concert halls on to see who's in town!

CULTURAL DIVERSITY - Everyone is welcome here. I am a foreigner speaking with an accent but I never noticed that that bothers anyone here. Cool!

OK there is lots more I like about this city, but here are few of the cons:
Bad Stuff:

LIVING EXPENSES - Toronto is one of most expensive cities to live in Canada (with a good reason though - it is not like I am complaining!)

SPEED OF LIFE - Everyone is rushing somewhere (me too), and days pass by very quickly.

WEATHER - Well this is Canada so it is understood - six months of winter.

Original motorcycle burgers

by cookee

Hi my vote goes to New & Vintage look, rare motorcycle art, detail &branding style in every way including Fuss's new hand picked playlist, it's an experience You have to try!!! Featuring "The Original Steak Burger", AAA Ground Fresh on Site,highest quality ingredients, everything is made to order, variety of Original Steak Burgers, Free Range Chicken, Veggie Burgers, Fussy Wings, Soup & Salads, Original Fries, Sweet Potato Fries & Onion Rings.

Street Musicians

by shohman

One of the things I miss most about Boston is all the things you encounter while walking the City. Toronto reminded me of this. I love to be walking the streets or subways and suddenly be met by a street musician. This happened several times in Toronto and only made me love the City even more.


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Address: 3845 Main Street, Jordan, Ontario, L0R 1S0, Canada