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St Patrick’s Day in Toronto!
Have a Great Green Weekend in Toronto and enjoy the parade
JGT Group departs Thursday 15th March 2018. 3 nights in Toronto
including airport transfers.
Thursday 15 March
Depart Dublin on Air Canada flight at 0905. Arrive in Toronto at 1245 with a full day ahead of you. Transfer from the airport to the centrally located Chelsea Hotel for a 3 night stay on a Room Only (no meals included) basis.
Take in the sights of the city over the next few days. Do a day trip to Niagra or stroll down to the lakefront and explore the many touristy things to do there. Soak up the nightlife and meet many of your Irish compatriots who are residing in one of Canada’s most buzzing towns. Make the most of this wonderful city and see as much as you can over the next few days. The shopping is excellent and you are located right in the heart of the shopping district, so shop ’till you drop.
The nightlife along Young Street is legendary and you are sure to find great places to eat, drink and dance the night away.
Sunday 18 March
Check out of your hotel in the morning. Leave your bags with the porter while you enjoy the St Patrick’s Day Parade, as Irish and Canadians alike turn the city green. Enjoy the “paddywhackery” for the day before returning to the hotel to pick up your bags and board the coach for the airport.
Depart Toronto on Air Canada at 2055.
Monday 19 March
Arrive in Dublin at 0725.
Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Centrally located in the heart of downtown, within walking distance to the city’s subway and only a few steps from amazing attractions, businesses and shopping. The Eaton Chelsea offers travellers comfortable accommodations at exceptional value. Featuring 1,590 contemporary guestrooms and suites, Eaton Chelsea is Canada’s largest hotel, delivering warm and reliable service and a variety of accommodation options. All rooms are equipped with technological conveniences and amenities, including basic complimentary WiFi.
Whether testing your limits in the fitness centre, lapping up the quiet comfort of the Deck 27 indoor pool, or enjoying the Family Fun Zone heated pool with the 130 ft “Corkscrew” waterslide, Kid Centre and Club 33 Teen Lounge, Eaton Chelsea guests have all the comforts of home in one ideal location.
Eaton Chelsea offers guests a broad choice of dining venues. Experience all-day dining at Market Garden, enjoy an a la carte or buffet breakfast (not included) at Bb 33 Bistro and Brasserie, indulge in an authentic Indian lunch buffet, Sunday Brunch or signature homemade Caesar in T|Bar or embrace the lively vibe in Monarchs Pub, downtown Toronto’s hotspot for nightly entertainment.
Starting from a generous 275 ft², many of the 670 Chelsea Rooms boast additional balcony space, making them the ideal choice for busy independent travellers seeking something extra.
With a variety of bed configurations available, Chelsea Rooms provide a warm welcome to guests returning from a day of business or sightseeing.
Complimentary in-room amenities include:
• Hotel-wide Wi-Fi Internet
• Iron and ironing board
• In-room coffee and tea
• Eaton’s customised bathroom amenities
• LCD flat screen TV
• Hair dryer
Tour Price: € 789 pp Sharing Twin
Single Supplement – € 200 pp
Includes flights, airline taxes, 1 checked-in bag, transfers and accommodation at the beautiful Chelsea Hotel.
Excludes any meals.
Non-refundable deposit € 300pp. Balance due 12 January 2018.
To book this hotel call John Galligan Travel on (01) 207 6555 or e-mail email@example.com
Things to Do in Toronto
CN Tower & EdgeWalk
Toronto’s most iconic attraction is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the western hemisphere and it now includes EdgeWalk, a thrilling hands-free walk on an outside ledge of the tower.
Toronto Islands & Centreville
Visitors who want to be closer to the ground can take the scenic ferry ride the Toronto Island which provides a great photo opportunity of the skyline. Bike, picnic and explore the Centre Island amusement park, Centreville.
St. Lawrence Market
Great picnic fare can be discovered at The St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic as the world’s best food market. Try the famous peameal bacon sandwich at Carousel Bakery.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Spend the afternoon at the Hockey Hall of Fame and get your picture taken with the Stanley Cup.
Toronto Eaton Centre
The Eaton Centre is one of Canada’s favourite places to shop. WIth over 200 retailers in fashion, furniture and electronics, the selection here is unbeatable.
A short walk or street car ride from The Eaton Centre is Chinatown. It’s one of three Chinatowns in the city and borders on Kensington Market , a bohemian mix of vintage shops, funky restaurants, cafes and bars in addition to Latin American markets and food stalls.
The Distillery Historic District
The Distillery District is another one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighbourhoods It was Toronto’s first distillery –which produced almost half of Ontario’s total spirit production in 1871— and is now home to high-end boutiques, art galleries and restaurants. You can take a tour here or may be lucky enough to see a movie or TV show being filmed here.
To book this trip call John Galligan Travel on (01) 207 6555 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org