Super 8 Toronto East

3280 Kingston Road, Highway 401 Exit 383, Scarborough, Ontario, M1M 1P8, Canada
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A RUSH related Toronto trip

by NaughtyArty

A few friends & I are considering a 3-4 day trip to Toronto over the summer and are interested in seeing anything related to our favorite rock group - RUSH. I've heard that Neil Peart owns a pub somewhere in the city. If true, what's the name and can anyone tell me about it?

Also, any insight on local clubs they may have played, recording studios they used, or hangouts they used to visit would be appreciated. We'll probably try to find Lakeside Park too.

Lastly, what other things would you suggest that we 'have to do' to experience the city's true character?

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by Greggor58

Not sure if it would interest you or not...but if you ventured up here in July you could fit U2 into your agenda also..at the Skydome I think the first weekend in July..

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by Durfun

Sorry, can't help with the music, but re a must-do: go to the top of C.N. Towers for fab views over the city!!

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by bocmaxima

Alex Lifeson owns the bar. I don't recall what it's called, but I'm sure that you can find it on Google.

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by YVRDave

You HAVE to go here http://www.elmocambo.ca/ where the Stones played in '77. You would probably argue about the opening comment on this one too http://archives.cbc.ca/arts_entertainment/music/clips/4887/

....and your MECCA http://www.sarnia.com/music/rush/to.html

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by YVRDave

The bar is the Orbit Room

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by Jefie

Nothing to do with Toronto, but how about a trip to Quebec City to see Rush play at the Summer Music Festival on July 15? Here's the Website with all the info: http://www.infofestival.com/index.php?lang=en

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by Mikebb

We had dinner in the revolving restaurant CNN Tower, fantastic view and then walked the glass floor at the top, my wife walked, I watched.
Cruise on the River/Lake was excellent, great photos of the city and island.

Re: A RUSH related Toronto trip

by satossa

Lakeside Park is located in St. Catharines, about an hour's drive from Toronto towards Niagara Falls. The park is in the Port Dalhousie section of St. Catharines. Unfortunately, the amusement park as Neil and I knew it in our youth no longer exists. Just a parking lot, a stretch of grass, the beach and Canada's oldest peermanent carousel (merry-go-round). Rides are still 5ยข!

Travel Tips for Toronto

Don't Drop When You Shop

by gilabrand

When I visited Toronto in December it was freeeeezing...It didn't snow but there was a kind of white frost on the lawns that just stayed there for days. Now it's no news that that Toronto gets cold in the winter, but what you might not know is that the homes, shops and offices are way overheated.

You come out of these boiling houses and get hit by a blast of icy cold air. The perfect solution is a scarf, which you can pull up over your nose if necessary. Gloves are also a lifesaver. But then you go into a shopping mall and it is HOT. So what do you do with all those Arctic accessories that you peel off one by one? How to insure that you will have your scarf when you need it, and more than one glove by the time you get home?

Rule number one: If you are know you are going to shop, don't overdress. You will curse the day you were born if you head to the mall in a bulky parka. Rule number two: Bring an empty backpack with you to stash all the bits and pieces - coat, gloves, hat, scarf, etc. - until you head out the door.

Second City Theater: This...

by gregwythe

Second City Theater: This alone is worth the trip. I was a big fan of SCTV when it came out. I still follow all the actors from that era of Second City as well. The cast was unbelievably good. They are obviously the cream of the crop in terms of improv comics. Again, Second City ... no contest.

SMOG DAYS

by coolpanda87

A new phenomenal is clouding over Toronto, and it is a blanket called smog. Environmental standards in the Great Lakes region has been mostly ignored in the last decade, & the result is that Southern Ontario has the worst air quality in Canada. Over 50% of Toronto's pollution comes from US coal power plants, so the problem is not easy to solve. The Bush administration has always been lax about enforcing environmental standards on power plants and industry, so Toronto ends up sniffing in the second hand smoke from US industry.

Only in the mid-20th century...

by Tolik

Only in the mid-20th century was its utterly Anglo-Saxon ethos diluted, as immigrants arrived, first from northern, then from southern Europe, then from all around the world. The city is served by excellent public transportation, proudly called the best in North America.

Toronto: a city of Festivals!

by Jele

Toronto is a city of many festivals. Here are some of the best:

The Beaches Jazz Festival:
A street festival with jazz musicians performing all along Queen St. East. For more info, and dates, check out their website:
www.beachesjazz.com

Caribana:
This is North America's Largest Street Festival celebrating caribbean culture. This two-week Festival attracts over a million participants annually, including hundreds of thousands of American tourists. For more info, check out:
www.caribana.com

The Taste of the Danforth
A celebration of Greek culture and heritage. This annual street festival is experience by over a million visitors each year, and is so popular, it closes down one of Toronto's major streets for an entire weekend!
www.tasteofthedanforth.com

Summerlicious and Winterlicious
With more than 5000 restaurants across the Toronto featuring more than 200 international cuisines, a celebration of Toronto wouldn't be complete without food! Each restaurant will offer a special prix fixe menu where patrons can sample the establishment's delicious fare. A great way to experience some otherwise too pricy restaurants.
www.city.toronto.on.ca/special_events/ streetfest/summerlicious.htm

The Toronto International Film Festival:
This is one of the biggest and best film fests in the world! During the festival, Toronto is packed with celebrities, especially in and around Yorkville. For more info, check out the website:
www.e.bell.ca/filmfest/

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 Super 8 Toronto East

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Super 8 Scarborough
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Address: 3280 Kingston Road, Highway 401 Exit 383, Scarborough, Ontario, M1M 1P8, Canada