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All about Toronto short-term rentals
July 16, 2012

Toronto short-term rentals are ideal for people who need a place to stay for a few days to more than months. Many payment arrangements can be made, daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, etc. Here’s some more information about short-term rentals: Who a... [ 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 ]
 
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
March 20, 2012

Whether you’re a history buff, curator, or not, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). From dangerous looking dinosaur bones, to gleaming gemstones, galleries of all interests subsist here. The ROM is Canada’s l... [ full article ]
 
Canadian National Exhibition
March 18, 2012

The breeze at the top of the Ferris wheel, funnel cakes and ice cold lemonade reminds us of our childhood. How about making all of your friends’ line up and race to shoot water at the bulls-eye to win the prize? This is more than that; it’s the Ex... [ full article ]
 
CN Tower
March 16, 2012

Large cities are known by their landmarks, for example, Chicago: the John Hancock building, or the Willis Tower (formally known as the Sears Tower). Paris: the Eiffel Tower, London: Big Ben, New York: the Statue of Liberty, etc. When it comes to t... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Places To Visit
August 17, 2010

Toronto is one of the most diverse cities you will ever visit. Different ethnic neighbourhoods offer a variety of culinary samples from "back home": Little Italy This neighbourhood boasts Italian cafés and plenty of restaurants for those who enjoy... [ full article ]
 
Entertainment in Toronto
August 17, 2010

Toronto today has become an alluring urban center catering to anyone looking for their preferred form of entertainment. Here are some must see neighbourhoods during your stay in Toronto. The District The city's top spot is The Toronto Entertainmen... [ full article ]
 

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suites (29)
how to rent a furnished apartment (12)
about furnished apartments (12)
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All about Toronto short-term rentals
July 16, 2012

Toronto short-term rentals are ideal for people who need a place to stay for a few days to more than months. Many payment arrangements can be made, daily, weekly, biweekly, monthly, etc. Here’s some more information about short-term rentals: Who a... [ 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 ]
 
Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
March 20, 2012

Whether you’re a history buff, curator, or not, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). From dangerous looking dinosaur bones, to gleaming gemstones, galleries of all interests subsist here. The ROM is Canada’s l... [ full article ]
 
Canadian National Exhibition
March 18, 2012

The breeze at the top of the Ferris wheel, funnel cakes and ice cold lemonade reminds us of our childhood. How about making all of your friends’ line up and race to shoot water at the bulls-eye to win the prize? This is more than that; it’s the Ex... [ full article ]
 
CN Tower
March 16, 2012

Large cities are known by their landmarks, for example, Chicago: the John Hancock building, or the Willis Tower (formally known as the Sears Tower). Paris: the Eiffel Tower, London: Big Ben, New York: the Statue of Liberty, etc. When it comes to t... [ full article ]
 
Toronto Places To Visit
August 17, 2010

Toronto is one of the most diverse cities you will ever visit. Different ethnic neighbourhoods offer a variety of culinary samples from "back home": Little Italy This neighbourhood boasts Italian cafés and plenty of restaurants for those who enjoy... [ full article ]
 
Entertainment in Toronto
August 17, 2010

Toronto today has become an alluring urban center catering to anyone looking for their preferred form of entertainment. Here are some must see neighbourhoods during your stay in Toronto. The District The city's top spot is The Toronto Entertainmen... [ full article ]