Travelodge Inn & Suites Guelph

106 Carden St., Guelph, Ontario, N1H 3A3, Canada
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Toronto must-sees

by carsal1955

Hi all. With only 2 full days in Toronto in late Sept what are the must sees for a group of 6 over-50s? We are spending one of our days going to Niagara Falls.

Re: Toronto must-sees

by Donna_in_India

Hi - go to the top of the CN tower and walk out on the plexiglass floor, visit Harbourfront Center, visit Toronto Island Park by ferry - or take any boat/ferry ride for great views of the skyline, Royal Ontario Museum, Hockey Hall of Fame (one of my favorites, but you'd probably need to be a hockey fan), Yonge-Dundas Square (great for a break or people-watching!), etc. You might also like to visit one of the city's ethnic areas - Little India or Chinatown - maybe have lunch or dinner? Enjoy!

Re: Toronto must-sees

by LoriPori

The last time we went to Toronto, we walked to the Harbourfront and also took the ferry to Toronto Island. From there you will see wonderful views of the Lake and the Toronto skyline.

Re: Toronto must-sees

by Faiza-Ifrah

the suggestions by Donna and Lori above are great.

another way to make the best of your time is to use the services of Bus and Boat Company or other similar companies.

Re: Toronto must-sees

by twilightmuse

Queen Street West is always a popular spot for shopping, cafes, people watching if your looking to just wander. Also try the AGO- Art Gallery of Ontario on 317 Dundas street. There's also the ROM- Royal Ontario Museum, Castle Loma, the science center and if you like beer the Steamwhisle brewery is right beside the CN tower and offers tours; it is located at 255 Bremner Blvd. The Beaches area of Toronto is also very popular and a little more posh, it's near victoria park and directions are on wikipedia (the beaches toronto).

Re: Toronto must-sees

by carsal1955

Thanks to all who replied to my question about Toronto. Some helpful hints there.

Travel Tips for Toronto


by pieter_jan_v

Local Toronto Information is available from the kiosk at the City Hall square at Queen Street W.

Useful links for Toronto:
Toronto Weather
Visitor's Information
Toronto Tourism
Toronto downtown traffic webcams
401 highway webcams

When visiting Toronto you must...

by dorotkao

When visiting Toronto you must visit the tallest tower in the world, the CN Tower, also the Casa Loma which is so beautiful. For amusement park lovers and the kids CNE, Exebition place is for you.
Must also visit Little Italy and shop around in little corner stores. Whenever I thin kof Toronto I get a picture in my head of Policeman on horses, and statues of Mooses al over is so great.

View from the CN Tower

by kris-t

At 342 m (1,122 feet) is the Glass Floor and Outdoor Observation Deck, the Glass Floor is 23.8 square metres (256 square ft.) and can withstand the weight of 4,137 kPa (600 pounds per square inch) or 14 large hippopotami.

Believe me, it's not easy to step on this glass floor when you see a precipice under you! The Glass Floor can withstand a weight of 600lbs per sq inch (109 kg per sq cm) or the equivalent to 14 adult hippopotami.

Ice Blaster

by sandysmith

Returning home from Toronto provided me with a new experience in all my many years of plane travel. The snow and ice conditions meant the airplane had to go through a de-icing station before it could take off. I was mesmerised with the cranes coming towards me - whenever I ask for a window seat its invariably over the wing :rolleyes: Most attempts at capturing the action through the cabin window ended up in a fog as the de-icer spray hit the window just as I pressed the camera lens against the window - typical!

Canadian Versus American English

by gilabrand

Canadians ask for the washroom when they need to use the toilet. Bathrooms are places with bathtubs in them.

A paper napkin is a serviette.

Sneakers are called running shoes or runners.

What Americans call soda, Canadians call pop. Ask for soda and you’ll get soda water.

Zed is the last letter of the alphabet – not zee.

Canadians wear housecoats, not bathrobes.

In the living room, they sit on a Chesterfield - not a couch.

They call the trolley a "street car."

There are no balconies or porches - only verandahs.

A ski cap is a "touque" (pronounced "tuk, " with a long "u" sound)

If you really want to be Canadian, make sure to tack the word “ay” on to the end of every sentence, as in: You like it, ay?


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 Travelodge Inn & Suites Guelph

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Address: 106 Carden St., Guelph, Ontario, N1H 3A3, Canada