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Why choose corporate housing over extended stay hotels?
July 02, 2012

Business travelers may have a routine already, book the flight and check into an extended stay hotel. Then there are those who prefer corporate housing. Corporate housing is an industry which is based on renting out vacant apartments, houses, loft... [ full article ]
 
10 Steps on How to Furnish an Apartment Inexpensively
May 06, 2012

If you are moving out to your own apartment with your fists in your pocket and nothing but lint, you probably need to know how to furnish it inexpensively. Here are 10 Steps that will help you furnish your apartment inexpensively Steps: 1. Decide ... [ full article ]
 
All About Furnished Apartments
May 03, 2012

Furnished apartments are just that, apartments that come furnished. Everything you need to know about them is right below: Features Typical units contain the essentials needed, closets, bed, dresser, a TV and sometimes a parking spot. Sophisticate... [ full article ]
 
10 Steps on How to Rent a Furnished Apartment
May 01, 2012

You need a furnished apartment but have no plan on where to begin. Before you do anything you must have a basic idea of what you need. Ask yourself some questions: How big does it have to be? What locations are you looking at? When were you planni... [ full article ]
 
Summerlicious in Toronto
April 23, 2012

Toronto is a melting pot of cultures. Turn this way, see Greeks, Italians, French, that way, Chinese, Portuguese, Taiwanese, you name it. Through the diversity of this municipality comes culturally crafted cuisine. Cravings can easily be catered t... [ full article ]
 
Toronto's Festival of Beer - Beerfest
April 22, 2012

Beer, Biere, Biiro, Bira, Cervesa, Piwo, however you say it, is the most widely consumed alcoholic drink in the world. It is one of the world's oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, and is recorded in t... [ full article ]
 
Is the Toronto condo market going to see a re-run of the 1980s?
April 21, 2012

For those of us old enough to remember, the late 1980s to early 1990s was a bleak period for real estate in Toronto. Back in the mid-1980s, baby boomers worked themselves into a home buying frenzy. They were spending an average of about 55% of the... [ full article ]
 
Toronto China Town
April 18, 2012

If your idea of Chinese is the fast food joint that delivers noodles in cartons, then you, my friend, have a lot to learn. Toronto has a colossal Chinese population, and a hub, also known as, Chinatown. Toronto's Chinatown first appeared during th... [ full article ]
 
Pride Week in Toronto
April 17, 2012

Are you gay and proud? Its 2012 and society has changed so much, taboos that once were have turned into approval, especially in regards to the LGBT community. Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented community located in Toronto that is central to... [ full article ]
 
Caribana Festival in Toronto
March 26, 2012

Ever been to the Caribbean islands? Did you fall in love with the relaxing landscapes? Have you seen the crystal clear waters, blue skies and felt the hot sand underneath your feet? Did you listen to the melodic music of the drums while sipping on... [ full article ]
 
Hockey Hall of Fame
March 24, 2012

Hockey fans from all over, furnished rentals in Toronto transport you closer to your true love! The Hockey Hall of Fame is a museum and hall of fame devoted to the history of ice hockey. It holds shrines on players, teams, National Hockey League (... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Jazz Festival
March 21, 2012

Jazz has evolved plenty since originated it the early 20th century. Today, there are 55 genres within the Jazz tradition, bebop to cubop, cool jazz to smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Gypsy jazz, and the list goes on. The blows on brass, plucks on string,... [ full article ]
 

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Why choose corporate housing over extended stay hotels?
July 02, 2012

Business travelers may have a routine already, book the flight and check into an extended stay hotel. Then there are those who prefer corporate housing. Corporate housing is an industry which is based on renting out vacant apartments, houses, loft... [ full article ]
 
10 Steps on How to Furnish an Apartment Inexpensively
May 06, 2012

If you are moving out to your own apartment with your fists in your pocket and nothing but lint, you probably need to know how to furnish it inexpensively. Here are 10 Steps that will help you furnish your apartment inexpensively Steps: 1. Decide ... [ full article ]
 
All About Furnished Apartments
May 03, 2012

Furnished apartments are just that, apartments that come furnished. Everything you need to know about them is right below: Features Typical units contain the essentials needed, closets, bed, dresser, a TV and sometimes a parking spot. Sophisticate... [ full article ]
 
10 Steps on How to Rent a Furnished Apartment
May 01, 2012

You need a furnished apartment but have no plan on where to begin. Before you do anything you must have a basic idea of what you need. Ask yourself some questions: How big does it have to be? What locations are you looking at? When were you planni... [ full article ]
 
Summerlicious in Toronto
April 23, 2012

Toronto is a melting pot of cultures. Turn this way, see Greeks, Italians, French, that way, Chinese, Portuguese, Taiwanese, you name it. Through the diversity of this municipality comes culturally crafted cuisine. Cravings can easily be catered t... [ full article ]
 
Toronto's Festival of Beer - Beerfest
April 22, 2012

Beer, Biere, Biiro, Bira, Cervesa, Piwo, however you say it, is the most widely consumed alcoholic drink in the world. It is one of the world's oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, and is recorded in t... [ full article ]
 
Is the Toronto condo market going to see a re-run of the 1980s?
April 21, 2012

For those of us old enough to remember, the late 1980s to early 1990s was a bleak period for real estate in Toronto. Back in the mid-1980s, baby boomers worked themselves into a home buying frenzy. They were spending an average of about 55% of the... [ full article ]
 
Toronto China Town
April 18, 2012

If your idea of Chinese is the fast food joint that delivers noodles in cartons, then you, my friend, have a lot to learn. Toronto has a colossal Chinese population, and a hub, also known as, Chinatown. Toronto's Chinatown first appeared during th... [ full article ]
 
Pride Week in Toronto
April 17, 2012

Are you gay and proud? Its 2012 and society has changed so much, taboos that once were have turned into approval, especially in regards to the LGBT community. Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented community located in Toronto that is central to... [ full article ]
 
Caribana Festival in Toronto
March 26, 2012

Ever been to the Caribbean islands? Did you fall in love with the relaxing landscapes? Have you seen the crystal clear waters, blue skies and felt the hot sand underneath your feet? Did you listen to the melodic music of the drums while sipping on... [ full article ]
 
Hockey Hall of Fame
March 24, 2012

Hockey fans from all over, furnished rentals in Toronto transport you closer to your true love! The Hockey Hall of Fame is a museum and hall of fame devoted to the history of ice hockey. It holds shrines on players, teams, National Hockey League (... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Jazz Festival
March 21, 2012

Jazz has evolved plenty since originated it the early 20th century. Today, there are 55 genres within the Jazz tradition, bebop to cubop, cool jazz to smooth jazz, Latin jazz, Gypsy jazz, and the list goes on. The blows on brass, plucks on string,... [ full article ]
 
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