Jarvis House Downtown Toronto Bed and Breakfast

344 Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2G6, Canada
Jarvis House Bed And Breakfast Inn Downtown Toronto
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Exchange office in Toronto train station

by crescent02

Dear All,
I'm going to arrive at Toronto station at 8pm.
When does exchange office in Toronto train station close?
If it is closed, can I exchange US dollars for Canadian dollars in any of bank in the next morning?
Thanks!

Re: Exchange office in Toronto train station

by johngayton

I don't know for certain but I think the exchange office will still be open. You'll have no problems exchanging at banks and other FX places the following day and you'll even find that many bars, restaurants and probably your hotel will take US dollars (tho' perhaps not at as good a rate as you'll get from banks and FX).

Have a good trip!

Re: Exchange office in Toronto train station

by johngayton

PS You will be better off using a bank or other FX rather than the one at the station!

Re: Exchange office in Toronto train station

by YVRDave

There are ATM machines in Canada if that might help you

Travel Tips for Toronto

Get Free Tourist Info from Train Station

by lisa_lise

The train station on Front Street is a wealth of free tourist pamphlets and maps. The Information Booth houses a live attendant and a lot of really well done, easy-to-read maps, and they were all I needed to navigate Toronto the weekend I was there. It also directs you to practical things, like a 24-hour grocery.

Head for the sky!

by TracyG

I think it is the typical tourist thing to do, but defiantely take a trip up to the Skypod of the CN Tower, also don't forget to have a walk across the glass floor in the viewing gallery - it really is a sight..... I think the hot dogs are a winner - even better than NYC. That is what I miss most....

Walking in Toronto is a lot of Fun

by freddie18

Although Toronto has an efficient subway system, walking in the downtown Toronto and its neighboring towns is a must.

If you are staying in a downtown hotel, I am pretty sure you will be doing a lot of walking. This way you will be able to see the details of the city. Moreover, it will be convenient for you to walk from one attraction to another. You can tour the city by going to the parks, shopping malls, cinema, festivals, nightclubs, and the entertainment district.

If you are going to the suburb, then you will have to use either the subway train, buses, streetcars and taxis. I use to see ricksaw a year ago in Toronto, but I am not sure if they still exist or still in operation. Other than this, keep on walking!

Casa Loma

by kris-t

During the Depression, Toronto increased Casa Loma's annual property taxes from $400 to $1,200, and Pellatt—already experiencing financial difficulties—was forced to auction off $1.5-million in art and furnishings for only $250,000 during bankruptcy hearings. Sir Henry was able to enjoy life in the "castle" for only ten years, vacating it in 1923. Pellatt also operated the building for a short time as a luxury hotel. During the late 1920s Casa Loma was also a popular nightspot. The Orange Blossoms, later known as Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra, played there for eight months in 1927–1928. Shortly thereafter, they went on tour of North America and became a major Swing Era dance band. The city seized Casa Loma in 1933 for $27,303 in back taxes.

In 1937 it was opened to the public for the first time as a tourist attraction operated by the Kiwanis Club of Toronto. Today it is regarded as one of Toronto's premier tourist attractions, still profitably operated by the Kiwanis.

Parts of the movie X-Men were shot at Casa Loma, which stood in for Professor Xavier's school for gifted mutants. The castle was also the setting for Canadian children's author Eric Wilson's murder mystery, "The Lost Treasure of Casa Loma".

Your 15 Minute Opportunity

by RobDavis

Toronto has many movies and film productions shot in and around town. On my most recent visit, I happened onto the filming of an unknown movie, with a working title of "Cheetah Girls".
I took a photo of the car they were filming. It's a Mercedes concept vehicle of some kind. Sorry for the lousy picture.

<<>>>
Boy, was I wrong. What we saw being filmed was a car commercial for the new Nissan Murano. I see this commercial everywhere now. This photo was taken of the last shot of the commercial where the car drives by the building. Sure looked like a Mercedes at the time...

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Address: 344 Jarvis St., Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 2G6, Canada