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Where We Stayed: Toronto

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For this trip, we looked at both hotels and rentals. We wanted a place with parking and easy access to the subway. We ended up choosing this Airbnb because it was similarly priced to a hotel we had been considering, in an equally good location, but with a lot more space and off-street parking.

The location was great. We were in a quiet residential street, a short walk to plenty of restaurants, a supermarket, and the yellow and green lines. If you’re up for a longer walk (or 2-stop subway ride), you can reach the ROM, and if you want to go uphill in another direction, you can reach Casa Loma.

The place itself was an old Victorian divided into townhouses. Ours had 3 levels. The entry level had the main living space. A kitchen, half bath, and smaller living area were downstairs from that. The top level had the two bedrooms and full bath. As you can imagine, you have to be OK with a lot of stairs, and narrow ones at that: this would be an issue with toddlers or anybody with limited mobility. We would recommend it to anyone else, though.

Link to Yani's place: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/50656073?source_impression_id=p3_1659141163_Te7IBL8kUxR1qq8D

Posted by amikulski 00:15 Archived in Canada Tagged rental toronto

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