My husband will be in Toronto for about 30 hours by himself. He (and I) likes museums, anything to do with water and boats, funky streets and casual restaurants with good food. I have been searching for a hotel in the heart of "everything" but I'm having a hard time visualizing the city and figuring out what would give him the easiest access to "everything". Mid-range price, clean, safe would be perfect. I read the NY Times article posted on the Canada site but then there seemed to be a lot of criticism of what was written. Thanks for any advice.
Central Hotel in Toronto
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