If you enjoy walking tours on your own or guided, Toronto cemeteries offer a central, peaceful and beautiful pathways for you to enjoy 7 days per week. They are a wonderful memorial to generations past as well as some of the most prominent of Canadians. Many are within walking distance of downtown and can be just a short walk from your downtown accommodation. If you’re researching a person or place of interest for you, try www.findagrave.com where you can search by location or … [Read More...]
Golden Thai- Its your holiday, so why not indulge yourself and your taste buds to the exotic flavoursome dishes at The Golden Thai Restaurant. The Golden Thai continues to be one of the most popular and well loved eateries since its opening 15 years ago, AND with good reason. It was the first restaurant to popularize Thai food in Toronto, continuing to build a loyal customer base and often to be … [Read More...]
Olympic Pizza- Located at 8 Gloucester Street at the corner of Yonge street, this quaint, sit-down pizzeria in downtown Toronto is a favouite. Olympic Pizza is complete with open concept indoor dining, as well as an out-door patio, perfect for those warm summer days and nights when you want to relax and unwind in the fresh air. Their house specialties include Hawaiian, Mediterranean, Canadian … [Read More...]
With so many Toronto hotels, why choose a Bed and Breakfast?
There are more than a few bed and breakfasts in the city, and some truly offers something special. Not the same generic decor that greets you at every motel, or the same metal buffet platter full of scrambled eggs next to little prefabricated plastic jelly dispensers.
We’re here to help you find that perfect stay!
If you want to wake up in the morning to the inviting aroma of freshly baked bread, and go downstairs for a home cooked breakfast, made to order, our articles will help you find the perfect spot. Relax and read the paper with a cup of coffee or tea before you start your day. And when you return, you won’t be returning to your hotel room, but home.
Deloris Van Cartier witnesses a murder. Agreeing to testify she is placed in protection. Currently habbit forming on Broadway, Deloris and her convent of soul singing (and soul searching) nuns are performing to audiences here in Toronto at the Ed Mervish Theatre. Featuring original music by 8-time Oscar winner Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast, [...]