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Subject:Re: Motels in Toronto From:Theresa Marchwinski <theresma -at- ATTACHMATE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 9 May 1997 06:20:15 -0700
Some options in Toronto are:
Neil Wxycik College Hotel, 96 Gerrard Street E. (1 block East of
Yonge). 800-268-4358 or 416-977-2320
Cost is 34.82 a night for a single. Note, however, that this is
essentially a college dorm; you'll have to share a bath.
Ryerson-ILLC Hotel (close to Neil Wxycik), 416-979-5296.
Cost and accommodations, I think, are similar to Neil Wxycik College
I got this information from a couple of Toronto guide books.
theresma -at- attachmate -dot- com
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Sent: Thursday, May 08, 1997 11:24 AM
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Subject: Motels in Toronto
Fellow Techwhirlers and TechCommies:
I'm taking a few vacation days after the conference--and so I'll want
move to someplace cheap (none of this $100+ per night when I'm paying
Now, someone in Toronto told me there are no motels the equivilent of
Motel 6, Cricket Inn, Red Roof Inn or the like in the Toronto
know, the $30-$45 per night variety. I find this really hard to
any of our Toronto listies have any advice on this topic? (I have a
car--don't mind driving to the suburbs).
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