It's almost copy/paste of Chicago, Montreal, Philadelphia. You can find this street everywhere you visit a province.
Bay Street is really a nothing to see for a tourist attraction. Bay St is good to traverse when you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of Yonge St or University Ave. There is a lot less going on Bay St. It is a bit of dead zone, especially after the corporate suits have gone home. Using Union Station... More
It's where I am daily. Tall buildings. Access to banks and retail centres. Lots of diners and stores. On the subway line. Union Station is the hub. It's Toronto's Financial Capital.
CIBC Bank, Bank of Montreal, ScotiaBank, Toronto-Dominion Bank, KPMG, Deloitte, Toronto Stock Exchange, you name it, they're all there. The best way to drown in a sea of money is to get out of King Subway Station at Commerce Court, smack in the middle of it. On ground level, it's the junction of King and Bay. You're allowed to take... More
A mix of low-end casual stores like H&M, middle class boutiques like Zara and high-end fashion (and prices) at Holt Renfrew, Chanel and accessories' stores like Aldo are just a few of the things awaiting shoppers on Bay St. Go (window) shop or just admire the beautiful scenery and people.
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