Comfort Inn East
3306 Kingston Rd.
Toronto, ON M1M 1P8
Phone: (416) 269-7400
Fax: (416) 269-7579
3306 Kingston Rd., Toronto, ON, CA, M1M 1P8
- Phone: (416) 269-7400
- Fax: (416) 269-7579
Masaryk Town Park is a wide expanse of greenery located near the Scarborough Golf Club. A vast spread green stretch, the park is an important part of Masaryktown which is a hub for the Czech and Slovak community of Toronto. The highlight of the park is a swimming pool open to public. Admission fee to the park is free and there are several remarkable things to see around in the park besides the rich flora and fauna. There is a beautiful monument in the park called 'Crucified Again'. Families can have a gala time at this picturesque place. Groups can rent areas of the park for picnics and other events. Drop by anytime to experience some peace and quiet. Call ahead for park hours.
St. Augustine's Seminary located on the shores of Lake Ontario that began as a seminary to train diocesan priests and is a member of the Toronto School of Theology. It prepares it's candidates who come from all over the world, for priesthood in the Catholic Church or to any other ministries in the Church. The courses offered are Pontifical Baccalaureate of Sacred Theology and Master of Divinity; Master of Theological Studies; Master of Religious Education, Diploma in Theological Studies and Diploma in Lay Ministry; and Philosophy Program.
Guildwood Park, located in downtown Toronto is a park that is of historic significance, since it contains a number of old structures on its premises. One can find a cabin that dates back to the late 1700s on the grounds, and the craftsman residence colony here was built in 1914. The park also has several statues and sculptures lining its paths, along with pleasant walking trails that make for a relaxing experience. Visit for an early morning jog or an evening stroll.
Opened in 1960, this park commemorates the site founded by the original settlers in the eastern Toronto section of Scarborough which was the Thomson family, who arrived here in 1796. One of the area's nicest parks, Thomson Memorial Park offers a variety of activities including three lighted tennis courts, full-sized lighted soccer field, softball, a wading pool for kids and a petting zoo. It has four picnic shelters that can hold up to 675 people, ideal for family, team sports and office outings.
Global Kingdom Ministries is a decades old ministry located in Scarborough. This state of the art building is huge and designed beautifully. The church is totally modernistic in its approach and welcomes first time visitors warmly. It has a popular choir and prayer group. Musical events are an integral part of this ministry. It also doubles up as a venue for receptions, weddings and other celebrations. Come by and experience a modernistic approach to religion at Global Kingdom Ministries where everyone is welcome.
A great place for learning, the University of Toronto Scarborough is a faculty of arts and science. Also known as U of T Scarborough or UTSC it has been providing excellent education since 1964. For admissions schedule and other details, check website.
Since 1907, St. Aidan Church has been spreading the message of Christianity among religious locals and eager tourists. This Anglican church conducts regular prayers mass, cultural events and musical events to develop community bonding. Call the church to know more about its mission and the upcoming events.
Bounded by Queen East to the north and between Coxwell and Victoria Park, this quaint neighborhood, once a trendy area home to many students, professors and media persons, is one of Toronto's hidden treasures. It is populated by antique shops, one-of-a-kind stores, night spots and restaurants embracing a variety of cuisines. Take a stroll down on the boardwalk by Ashbridge's Bay Park on Lake Ontario where you can jog, bike, rollerblade, walk your dog and picnic. Winter brings on skating, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
The Italian Renaissance-style drinking fountain and memorial, Doctor William D.Young Memorial, is located in the eastern border of Kew Gardens in Toronto. Young dedicated his entire life to helping the children of the neighborhood.
St. John's Cemetery Norway is a non-denominational cemetery and a historic site. It was established in 1853 to serve the community of Norway, Ontario. This makes it about 160 years old and counting. There are 80,000 interments and 50,000 gravestones, provisions for cremation and a chapel. The cemetery has been a part of many movies owing to its beautiful location.
It is hard to imagine a wilderness area near the thriving business district of downtown Toronto, but that is just what one finds at Rouge Park. Occupying roughly 4046.86 hectares (10,000 acres) the park is home to a variety of rare plant and animal species which can be admired from areas like Glen Eagles Vista. Rouge Park is ideal for outdoor activities like hiking, canoeing, camping, swimming and picnics. The Toronto Carrying Place trail and an archaeological site, Bead Hill are two National Historic Sites located within the park.
Woodbine Beach is located in east Toronto, and is probably one of the best beaches in the city. This place enjoys lesser crowds owing to its distance from downtown Toronto, which will give you plenty of space to do your own thing and have a good time. One can see joggers running along the waterside, youngsters enjoying a game of beach volleyball, kite enthusiasts flying kites, some soaking in the sun and others frolicking in the waters of Lake Ontario. Go here for a fun day in the outdoors with your friends or family.