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Downtown in Toronto  

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We found out while being in Toronto that according to Guinness World Records, PATH is the largest underground shopping complex with 28 km (17 miles) of shopping arcades. It has 371,600 sq. metres (4 million sq. ft) of retail space. In fact, the retail space connected to PATH rivals the West Edmonton Mall in size.

It's the city's downtown core, accommodating more than 100,000 daily commuters, and thousands of additional tourists and residents on route to sports and cultural events. Its underground location provides pedestrians with a safe haven from the winter cold and snow, and the summer heat!So crowded any time of day and it's like setting the beat to the pulsing heart of the city! The building furthest north on the PATH network is the Toronto Coach Terminal at Dundas and Bay Streets. The building furthest south that can be accessed through PATH is the Toronto Convention Centre's Convention South Building.

PATH does not follow the grid patterns of the streets above,it's easier to get lost on the above street level than in the Path...either if you have to catch the underground,or catch a movie show,there's some nice entertainment venues there...look out for it!Comes in handy when moving around town,you can reach any area from there!

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Downtown Toronto is the heart of the Toronto city. It is bounded by Bloor Street to its north, Don River to its east, Lake Ontario to its south and Bathurst Street to its west.  This neighborhood has a large residential... more population.  Some of the famous and notable sites here are 299 Queen Street West, CN Tower, Harbourfront Center, Canon Theater and many more. The sub-districts include Entertainment district, Moss Park, Chinatown and many more. Downtown Toronto has many notable skyscrapers too.  Downtown has many significant streets too like Queen’s Quay, Queen Street, Bloor Street and such streets.
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