Canada – Hotels

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Hotels with a Family Room that Sleeps 5

Hotels in Canda that can accommodate a family of 5 or 6 in one room are listed in alphabetical order below. An interactive Google map shows each hotel location. The price / rate range of each hotel indicates for budgets from affordable to luxury. See the $-symbol key in the sidebar. Click on a hotel name for more details. This site includes large hotel rooms, suites, hostels and apartment hotels.

Scroll down for a selection of Sleeps 5 Blog Articles.

Cities:

Toronto, ON

Toronto, ON

Toronto Hotel Family Rooms– Sleep 5 or 6 Toronto hotels that can accommodate 5 or 6 in one family room are listed in alphabetical order below. The price / rate range of each hotel is indicated. See the $-symbol key in the right sidebar. Click on the hotel name for more details about how to…

Avoid extra credit card fees for purchases outside your country

Leslie McFadden, of Bankrate.com, describes the foreign transaction fees that are a percentage of every purchase, from shops to restaurants, outside your home country and how to find the credit cards that will save you money. I’ve found that some internet purchases, such as used travel books, from providers outside my home country (US) also…

Prevent unexpected cell phone charges

JD Rinne, of Budget Travel, explains Europe’s cell phone network and how to determine your best options from roaming fees, disposable phones, disabling features, voicemail charges, and service providers. Links to other sources are included. Using Your Cell Phone in Europe – Budget Travel You might also like: Resources for Family Travel – Cell Phones,…

Finding Vancouver Travel Deals

If you watched the Olympics and want to see the beauty and experience the hospitality of Vancouver yourself, here are some travel experts to tell you how: Vancouver beckons with Post-Olympics dealsTOM PARSONS BEST FARES, from Dallas Newswww.bestfares.com Tourism Vancouver

Seattle to Vancouver Olympics Day Trip: Cheap and Quick

Inspired by Holly (see her Olympics blog post), who went to Vancouver from Seattle in one day with her husband and son, we decided to make the trek, too. We are definitely not naturally spontaneous people, so this was out of our comfort zone. I tentatively thought Thursday might work best for us, and on…

My Olympic Moment

The beauty of living in Seattle, when the Olympics are going on in Vancouver, is that you can get a wild hair idea on Saturday night which results in an early morning race for the border.  Olympics here we come.  I love Canadians — even the border patrol seemed happy to see us.  First stop was at…

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