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Situated astride Lake Ontario, Scarborough is a district heavily influenced by immigration. With a number of low-rent shopping and dining options making it a highly affordable part of town, and boasting one of Toronto's largest shopping malls, the otherwise green suburban neighborhood is a good place to go for bargains and discounts. It also draws in photographers. The spires, archways, and cavernous rooms of the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Palace are filled with breathtaking art, architecture, and detailed reliefs – it’s like entering a different world, The ruins of columns and installation art at the Guild Inn makes a free-for-all exploration site, while the big-name draw for young photographers is the menagerie at the Toronto Zoo. While many visitors shirk Scarborough as too suburban, its houses are some of Toronto's most mystical and haunting architectural beauties. And for adventure lovers, it has river-rafting and some unique hiking trails.
The Scarborough Bluffs are famous for its scenery for visitors to Toronto. It is close to Lake Ontario. However their paths are sometimes closed or fenced off due to bad weather. We were unlucky this time when there was heavy rainfall on the previous day. Some of the areas are closed to the public and you are therefore restricted to...
The Toronto is pretty large, so be prepared to walk quite a bit. Many of the animal areas are large and it's hard to see them. The polar bear area was OK as was the penguin area. There was a really nice young children area. Also, we thought the prices were too high. Twelve dollar parking and thirty dollars for...
I have been to this beach many summers for lifeguard competitions. It is so beautiful, clean water, very safe beach with great lifeguards, and the beach area is clean.
The washrooms do get dirty by the end of the day although this year they had portapotties as well.
The parking can be a challenge and it is a 10 minutes...
We've been going to this little park for many years; every time we go we marvel at the many species of trees (some are huge providing plenty of deep shade) the beautiful flower gardens and the verdant green of the lawns.
It is perched on the bluffs so has a commanding view of Lake Ontario .
Especially nice on hot...
A quiet enclave off busy Kingston Road. Lovely old trees and a perfect setting for these porticos and frontages of some of Toronto's most memorable grand buildings of last century and earlier. Well worth a visit.
We celebrated my 50th birthday party at the Keg. I was here with my wife and two little children. They had a children's menu.
My wife had the prime rib. She said it was very good. I had steak and cajun shrimp. The steak was ok and the shrimp was spicy. For appetizer I had ceasar salad. It was good....
This has been our go to for steaks. Prime rib and rib eye 14oz for $38 with your choice of sides and steak sauce. I love their mashed potato and potato strings and peppercorn sauce. When you want good steak without the frills and the hefty price paired with a glass of red or craft beer, this is the place...
Fresh Quality Live Seafood in big portions. Interior of restaurant lines with big fish tanks filled with giant lobsters, king crabs and fishes.Various set dinners to choose from . Plastic gloves on the table for diners so we don’t have to dirty our hands.Reservation required and seating only at 6:00pm or 8:00pm.
I visit this restaurant often when visiting my elderly aunt in Toronto. The food is good, the ambience is conducive to good conversation and the service is excellent. I recommend it without reservation.
We stayed for 1 night. They only had an accessible room with 2 beds left when we booked over 4 months ago. The room itself was large and on the first floor. The bathroom could use some updates but I realize it is an accessible room so updates require more time and money. The beds were a bit uncomfortable compared...
Great hotel in a very good location near 401 road and easy to get there. The room was big enough for 5 persons Very good stuff. Good WiFi in the hotel, the dining room is a bit small Very recomanded hotel.
Good: the pool is fantastic
- beautiful lobby
- comfy beds
Bad: Wi-Fi wouldn't work on 4 different devices
- 2 double beds. My husband and I barely fit. Why would any hotel have double beds anymore?
- dated.. The shower is pretty gross
- one lamp didn't work
- room wouldn't get cooler than 23
An older motel with outside door entry. It was clean but dated. The pool was not functional when we visited, maybe because of the season. Office staff is not full time service like most newer places but they were pleasant. Overall, not a bad experience.
We had been traveling back from the north, but had not found a room, with a on line search we chose this one. It appears that the room had been recently updates, everything was clean and in repair. It is a very basic type room, good beds and new bathroom. It had a small refrigerator, which is always nice to...