Financial District & Underground City, Toronto

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    Sun Life Centre

    by sim1 Updated Apr 21, 2003

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    Another picture of a skyscraper. This is the Sun Life Centre. Sigh.... this was actually a very frustrating moment for me. The weather was great for taking photos but I didn't have my camera with me... arghhh!!!! Luckely Jacob had his one with him and he shot quite a few beautiful photos. All I could do was point out some of my favorite places of Toronto to him, hahaha, and imagine what a wonderful photo I could have taken as well.... like this one that Jacob made :-)

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    Downtown / Financial District

    by sim1 Written Apr 21, 2003

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    This is one of the favorite parts for me to walk around with my camera. There are so many glass buildings in this area that 'mirror' perfectly. Hahaha, I always end up taking lots of photos is this area of Toronto.

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    The Financial District

    by HORSCHECK Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Stroll around the Financial District of Toronto with the tallest buildings in the country. There are more than 40 international banks and the second largest stock exchange in North America (TSE).
    Moreover the area offers the worlds largest underground concourse for shopping.

    Directions: The centre of the Financial District is located at the intersection of King and Bay Street. Take the Yonge Street subway and get off at Union, King or Queen station.

    Financial District from CN Tower
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    Royal Bank of Canada

    by Sharrie Written Feb 25, 2003

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    ROYAL BANK OF CANADA: One of the most futuristic building in Toronto, Royal Bank is also the biggest. Its golden reflective glass makes it very distinctive from afar. I really like this architecture. Very elegant & modern.

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    University Avenue

    by Sharrie Written Feb 25, 2003

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    This is along University & Yonge, near where my best friend used to live. We'd always walk past here on the way to have some lunch or dinner in CHINATOWN.

    Toronto is really a very convenient city if you live in downtown area. Chinatown is about 7 minutes walk from the University of Toronto & Eaton Centre is also about 7 minutes walk from Chinatown. By the way, Sears has bought over Eaton & the new store just reopened last November when I was in town. My best friend works for Sears now.

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    Just imagine....

    by Nanumi Updated May 12, 2003

    How would you feel upon realization that you are THE ONLY PERSON walking among skyscrapers? Spooky....

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  • Downtown

    by levoyageur Written Oct 19, 2002

    The Toronto downtown is very large with 75 floor skyscraper. Go to Yonge street and Queen Avenue, you can also visit the City Hall

    Downtown

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