Horizon Travel Magazine

Horizon Travel Magazine

65 ST FRONT E, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1B5, Canada

SWAP Working Holidays

SWAP Working Holidays

187 College St, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 1P7, Canada
It could be a nice place, but events they are doing are quite strange. It is a basic to provide some simple snacks, but there was not even tea or coffee. Strange. Also watch out for the volonteer prices, to go to another country and help people YOU have to pay unbelievably high price, just be careful and understand what is going on, before signing up. Mostly for students and people who don't know how to travel on their own, how to get visas, working permissions, etc.... Also you have to understand, that is not guaranteed work for here, with two countries exceptions.

CBC Welcome Centre

CBC Welcome Centre

250 Front St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3G5, Canada

The Haunted Walk of Toronto

The Haunted Walk of Toronto

56 The Esplanade ##305A, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1A6, Canada
Just finished my first tour with my girlfriend for her birthday. The guide Adam was amazing and even told a story for my girlfriends birthday. Great experience. Would recommend.

Merit Travel

Merit Travel

408 King St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1K2, Canada

TTI Travel

TTI Travel

35 The Esplanade, Toronto, Ontario, M5E 1Z4, Canada
So I walked into TTI Travel to just enquire about a trip down south warm. I was greeted by a lady. I said that I was interested in talking to someone about a trip in April somewhere warm. She asked if I had an agent and I said No. She then proceeded to say that you nprmally must have an appointment. She then asked me where. I said Cuba and she replied with "We don't usually book those vacations." I just walked out. I guess they don't take walk-ins.

Morning Star Travel Svc

Morning Star Travel Svc

291 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2E6, Canada

Merit Travel

Merit Travel

408 King St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1K2, Canada
I always find the staff knowledgeable, friendly, and eager to help. I've had nothing but good experiences booking travel and buying insurance here.

Stage and Screen Travel

Stage and Screen Travel

355 Adelaide St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1S2, Canada

Corporate Traveller

Corporate Traveller

Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2L1, Canada

Travel Society Inc., The

Travel Society Inc., The

174 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2C2, Canada
Great travel company. Would highly recommend working with Jill. Her expertise is amazing.

Askari Travel

Askari Travel

174 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2C2, Canada

Tian Bao Travel (Compass Holidays)

Tian Bao Travel (Compass Holidays)

102F-222 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 3B3, Canada
Not good customer service experience ever and I am not recommending Tianbao travel to anyone who wants to enjoy the trip. I Called the customer service line to inquiry the Vancouver 7 days trip. The agent who answer the phone is not patient at all and put the line on hold for 30 minutes.

Tai Pan Tours

Tai Pan Tours

222 Spadina Ave ##139, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 3B3, Canada
This is my review of the Chicago Thanksgiving Shopping 3 Day Tour (CHL03). I am female and traveled solo. The itinerary was for the three days were: Day 1, arrive in Chicago in the evening, check in to Loews O’Hare and head to Fashion Outlets of Chicago for black Friday shopping at midnight. Day 2, leave the hotel at 10:00AM to downtown Chicago to Willis Tower and Shedd Aquarium and more shopping. The bus would pick passengers up at 7:30PM from John Hancock observatory and return to the hotel. Day 3, on the return to Toronto, shopping at Somerset Collection Mall and Duty Free (at the border). What I enjoyed: *The trip involved visiting ONE city, Chicago, and not the bouncing from one city to the other. *I set my own schedule for day 2 of the trip. *At $382.80 (including taxes) for the hotel and transportation, it was affordable. * Loews O’Hare Hotel – It had to be one of the best hotels I’ve stayed in. The room, restaurants, location, and friendly staff were top notch. *The bus that we traveled in had Wi-Fi and electrical outlets. What I disliked: * I was originally booked for another tour that was scheduled to depart Nov.19th, but was informed Nov 14th that the trip was cancelled. I was given the option of two other tours, and I chose the Chicago Thanksgiving Shopping 3 Day Tour (CHL03). I was then told that it would be an additional $55 and she would contact with me after speaking to her manager in regards to how I would pay. After she hung up, I went on their website to get more information about the tour. It wasn’t 5 minutes later when she called back and told me that I would be able to pay the addition money to the tour guide on the day of departure, but I would have to pay $66, because the price had changed to $382.80. I kept telling her that the price she was now quoting me was not on the website, but she insisted that it was the price. When I refreshed my browser, that’s when I saw the price had changed (very sneaky!). *There were only 1 stop for a meal (lunch) to Chicago and on the return trip to Toronto, which was awful. Obviously the tour guide didn’t consider most restaurants would be closed on Thanksgiving Day (USA), or the fact that people do have breakfast in the morning. Even if a stop was made at a coffee shop or convenience store would have made a difference, because most of the rest stops only had bathrooms. *The tour guide (Kelvin) had terrible customer service skills. He texted the incorrect number of the bus number the night before departure (it was bus 10 and not 11). The bus driver had to speak to staff at the U.S. and Canadian border, as well as organize the passengers while Kelvin just stood by and watched. He was not able answer questions outside of the itinerary. *Being forced to go to American outlet malls when the SAME outlet malls are around the Greater Toronto Area (Halton and York) and Niagara region. It’s a complete waste of time and energy. I would understand if at certain times of the year (Black Friday, Christmas shopping, Boxing Day) making a trip to an outlet mall in Pennsylvania (U.S.), because there’s no sales tax on clothing, shoes and other items. I hope the company creates tours exclusively either for shopping or sight-seeing, not both.

Isabel Gil & Associates Inc

Isabel Gil & Associates Inc

100 Front St E, Toronto, Ontario, M5A 1E1, Canada

Dragon City Travel & Tours

Dragon City Travel & Tours

280 Spadina Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 3A5, Canada

天马旅游唐人街分店 NGH Tours Toronto Downtown Branch

天马旅游唐人街分店 NGH Tours Toronto Downtown Branch

294 Spadina Ave #201, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 2E7, Canada
Booked a trip for my friends at there, they said it was good, and recommend it to other people.

Asian Tropical Tours Ltd

Asian Tropical Tours Ltd

536 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5T 1H3, Canada

Legislative Offices/Office of the Government House Leader

Legislative Offices/Office of the Government House Leader

1 Queens Park, Toronto, Ontario, M7A 1A2, Canada
The Ontario Legislative Building is a structure in central Toronto, Ontario that houses the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, as well as the viceregal suite of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and offices for members of the provincial parliament (MPPs). 省议会大厦。 该大厦竣工于1893年7月,是安大略省省议会和省长办公室所在地,也是多伦多一个著名的旅游景点。 大厦由加拿大著名建筑师理查德 · A · 韦特( Richard A. Waite)设计,是一个具有古罗马风格的五层不对称建筑。大厦内外有许多精美的石雕作品。大厦由安大略省“中央监狱” (inmates of the Central)的囚犯建造。因该工程大量使用粉红色的安大略砂岩,而享有“粉宫”(the Pink Palace)之雅称。

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower

290 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3M9, Canada
Had an amazing time at the tower. Will definitely go back again. The line wasn’t too long to get to the top. I’d say it was worth the wait. Have fun standing on the glass floor. Don’t forget to FaceTime someone from the top... They’ll love it.

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