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The main highlight is the tunnel running underneath the large basin with multiple species of sharks, rays, turte, and many fish species too.
It is very long and you get to see the different animals multiple times as you run through it.
The rest is good too (especially the small pool where you can touch rays), but not uncommon to...
Visiting the Rogers centre was exciting to go see a baseball game in this huge arena, the only problem was how long it took to walk to our seats up a slanted ramp, going floors up. And getting in we had problems with the tickets and were worried but finally we downloaded an app that got us in.
Just fronting the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium is an outdoor exhibit with displays of railroad cars and locomotive engines. Liked that they charge nothing for this museum , and that it somehow retain its previous history and heritage . I noticed however that the indoor portion was closed . Is it because of winter. But I loved strolling around...
The team is wonderful. we are welcome as VIP guests each day, the buffet breakfast is gorgeous, the lunch and dinner food are more than excellent.
Special thanks to Alex, who helps us in many matter and he always take care of us , our journey, our plan for the day after, and if he can help , he have...
This is a restaurant where you can have quiet conversation at your table. It can accommodate single diners, couples, and groups. The server I had, William, was attentive and knowledgeable, and my meal was delivered to the table promptly. The squash ravioli was tasty, and the creme brûlée was exquisite!
This Ritz Carlton is one of the newer ones and is modernly elegant. The room was spacious but the Club lounge is everything. We have traveled to many hotels and my friends seem to remember this one. It’s also good walking distance from the sights. There is a business focused feel to the hotel, which is fine.
"set to the tune of the great blue jays fight song "OK blue jays, lets play ball!""
reviewed 30 May 2020 by speedotorpedo
You’ve got a diamond
You’ve got a way in
with no ticket, no pick it, but that aint all
You’ve got the luggage, reservation to watch ball,
who needs a seat, when you can, watch the game on the stall
or a king bed, above all!
open the curtain, to watch the jays win
My husband had a meeting in Toronto on a Saturday. We haven't been getting AWAY much (who has...lol) so we discussed me tagging along and making a night of it. I got an offer from the Intercontinental (one of our faves in Toronto) through social media for an incredibly great price so I booked it for Saturday night. The price...
4 of us stayed at this Beautiful hotel on a Monday during the Covid crisis. All of the staff we encountered were friendly and courteous. But in particular, Ray and Amir were exceptional. There was an issue with the wifi and we were immediately upgraded to a larger room with excellent internet access. The pool was all ours for an...