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woodbridge

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were coming to canada for the first time in november, were flying to toronto , we want to stay in a quaint town but not to far from the airport as we are coming from london we dont want to travel much further, would woodbridge be the place for 4 nights thank you

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Burlington, Canada
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No, see my question in your other post.

Quaint town not to far from the airport?

We need more details, what do want to do?

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Neither Grimsby or Woodbridge are quaint. Woodbridge is a sprawling suburban area north of Toronto. Grimsby is equally afflicted by urban sprawl, but is closer to Niagara Falls and the Niagara wine region.

Really need a lot more information:

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Woodbridge is anything but quaint. Suburban sprawl with lots of traffic.

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There are no quaint towns close to Pearson Airport. It is in the middle of the largest urban area in Canada.

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Usually people coming to Toronto come to see the city. It doesn't really work to stay in the suburbs and commute in, unless you are a glutton for punishment. If you want a quaint town, you'll have to go pretty far; maybe Kingston, Picton, Port Hope...you"ll need a car and they'll be very quiet in November, which is usually grey and rainy. There are many neighborhoods in Toronto that, while not quaint, are charming and pleasant: Beaches, Cabbagetown, Roncey, among others.

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