Book the Dates (Jun 18th – Jun 21st) with Pre-Tour Dates (Jun 14th – Jun 17th):
Sunday June 14th – We Meet and Greet at Cabana Pool Bar on the waterfront.
Monday June 15th – A day of visiting all of the major sites in the city via a Hop on/Hop off Tour.
Tuesday June 16th – We head up to Vaughan (1 hour north) and spend the day riding the rides and swimming in the water park at the famous Canada’s Wonderland!
Wednesday June 17th – We head down to Niagara Falls Region and enjoy a game or two at Casino Niagara, see The Falls both from the top and from The Hornblower Boat Tour. We then enjoy the night life and then head back the next day enjoying a quick stop at a regional ice wine tasting at Inniskillin Wines.
Thursday June 18th – Those returning from the Pre-Tour will stop off at a local winery to try some of Canada’s world famous ice wines. In the evening we will hold our meet and greet for the AGM participants at a local bar.
Friday June 19th – A day to enjoy the city where we will give guided tours and show case some of the more unique parts of the most multi-cultural city in the world. In the evening there will be a home hosted party and pre-drink, followed by a night out at a roof top bar.
Saturday June 20th – The time is finally here to dress up and meet at a local venue for our AGM. Food will be provided after which the day is yours to do with as you please until the evening festivities commence atop the rotating 360 Restaurant with the most impressive view of Toronto, Lake Ontario and the sun set.
Sunday June 21st – Our farewell brunch where we say, not goodbye, but see you soon. Until next time.
Holiday Inn Downtown Toronto ($$) — is right near the center of the city and is reasonably price. It is close to subway, bike, and foot paths. It is fairly new and well maintained.
The Omni King Edward Hotel ($$) — one of the oldest hotels in Toronto still in operation today dating back to 1903. It is walking distance from culture and entertainment and very close to public transportation.
Hotel Fairmont Royal York ($$$) — a price point above, but directly across from Union Station and walking distance from business and entertainment district. This hotel dates back to the prohibition era and has stood since 1929.
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto ($$$$) — a cut above the rest and right in the center of the city. walking distance from sites, entertainment, and shopping. This is a modern hotel with all of the amenities.
When you arrive at Pearson International Airport (YYZ), your most cost effective option for getting downtown is to use the Union-Pearson (UP) Express train which runs from the airport to the Union station at the center of the city. It costs about CA $ 12.00. For more details check out this website https://www.upexpress.com/Tickets/Tickets.
Toronto is Uber and Lyft friendly which are quick and easy ways to get around town as well as cost effective. Costs vary depending on time of day and distance, but they are usually half the price of taxi.
We also have a public transit system which can be accessed with a Presto Prepay Card or by using cash. You can purchase a Presto Card at any subway station and load money on it. A subway ride costs about CA $ 3.00 and can get you anywhere you need to go. For more details check out this websites: https://www.prestocard.ca/en/
Bike rentals are available throughout the city at Bike Share automatic kiosks and is a nice way to see the city. It costs CA $ 7.00 a day or CA $ 15.00 for three days. For more details check out this website: https://bikesharetoronto.com/
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