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Yonge Street (North of Bloor) is cute, visit the 'seven thieves' shops for expensive food.
 
Yonge Street (North of Bloor) is cute, visit the 'seven thieves' shops for expensive food.
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For more food (Rashnaa!) see http://wiki.zooid.org/wiki/Toronto_restaurants

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For incoming tourists.

Distillery District - has NO CARS, some nice shops and balzac's coffee, but expensive and closes early and always full of tourists

St Lawrence Market

CN Tower - http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/North_America/Canada/Province_of_Ontario/Toronto-903418/Things_To_Do-Toronto-CN_Tower-BR-1.html

Spadina Chinatown

Kensington Market

Queen Street West though you have to go pretty far west these days for the edgy artistic stuff. Still the Queen Mother's an old favourite and Ghandi Roti is amazing.

Contemporary Art Museum (Queen West)

OCAD building

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)

College Street including Croft Street

Bloor Street West

Bata Shoe Museum is actually pretty neat

The Annex

Yonge Street (South of Bloor)

Danforth & Broadview park for a great city view on a clear night

Yonge Street (North of Bloor) is cute, visit the 'seven thieves' shops for expensive food.

For more food (Rashnaa!) see http://wiki.zooid.org/wiki/Toronto_restaurants

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