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Home of baseball's Toronto Blue Jays. The stadium features a retractable roof & hosts concerts.
Again all a short trip from your stay with us. You can avoid all the traffic and gridlock. Just take the Go train to union station and your right there, in the hart of the city.
A massive domed sports arena and home to the Toronto Blue Jays. The unique design includes a retractable roof, which slides back, allowing it to be opened in favorable weather. 15 min taxi ride, or 30 min transit ride away
“Catch a Toronto Blue Jays game at the historic Rogers Centre, formally known as the Skydome.”
Home of the Toronto Blue Jays. Please inquire for tickets if you would like to spend an afternoon or evening at the old ball game!
Catch a Toronto Blue Jays game at the historic Rogers Centre, formally known as the Skydome.
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