Frommer's Toronto 2008

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Wiley, Dec 17, 2007 - Travel - 291 pages
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Completely updated every year (unlike most of the competition), Frommer's Toronto is written by a native who'll show you all the highlights and hidden pleasures of this fascinating city. She's inspected countless hotels and selected the most inviting places to stay for every taste and budget: historic downtown hotels, best bets for families, romantic inns, and more. She'll also show you the best of Toronto's multicultural dining scene, from elegant French bistros and Italian trattorias to eclectic spots for Asian, Greek, and fusion cuisines.

With Frommer's in hand, you won't miss any of the fun, from Harbourfront Centre, the Metropolitan Zoo, and Skydome to art museums, markets, festivals, neighborhood strolls, and ferries to nearby islands -- plus biking, boating, cross-country skiing, ice-skating, and swimming. It's all here, in one reliable, easy-to-use guide, packed with neighborhood maps, exact prices, and logistical tips.

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About the author (2007)

Toronto native Hilary Davidson now calls New York City home, thanks to her persuasive Manhattan-born husband, Daniel. She is the author of Frommer's New York City Day by Day and a contributor to Frommer's Canada. She has also written for American Archaeology, Discover, Executive Travel, Fitness, Glow, House & Home, Martha Stewart Weddings, and Today's Parent. Visit her website at www.hilarydavidson.com.

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