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Quack H wrote a review Apr 2020
HONG KONG2,824 contributions565 helpful votes
I usually get off the subway from Bloor and walk all the way down to Dundas. There were a lot of shops, restaurants and eateries on Yonge. Lots to see and feel the downtown ambiance of Toronto.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Xamat Tomax wrote a review Mar 2020
Fort Wayne, Indiana4,436 contributions255 helpful votes
Younge Street seems to be where most of the action is. Here you’ll find everything from shopping and restaurants, to street performers and other forms of entertainment. Their are many places that offer free WiFi if needed. Because of everything this street/area has to offer, it could easily be considered a tourist trap. That being said, it doesn’t deter from venturing around this area every time I visit Toronto. Theirs something for everyone here.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Cathleen264 wrote a review Feb 2020
Calgary, Canada34 contributions23 helpful votes
This is supposed to be one of the main streets in Toronto and maybe they should start treating it like that. It was dirty, which might be from the lack of garbage and recycling containers. Worse of all, pedestrians don’t appear to have the right of way, in other words, when the light changes to walk, run fast to cross the street. During rush hour it was worse. The other annoying thing was the number of people texting and walking and not paying attention. This is a problem in a lot of places, but if you want to act like a world class city, you have a campaign warning people, just like they did in London, England.
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Date of experience: February 2020
vanisle_al wrote a review Jan 2020
Vancouver Island, Canada309 contributions148 helpful votes
Just another extremely busy street for both pedestrians and automobiles. There is no reason to travel on it.
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Date of experience: February 2019
david n wrote a review Jan 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom3,258 contributions748 helpful votes
Its the defining street from east to west and always bustling. A mix of stores and offices, and designer and down-at-heel shops, it is useful but not a street you can say has any soul.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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