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  • 11.

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    62 Cumberland St

    The Toy Shop store is a child's dream come true, filled with blocks and drums, teddy bears, books and puppets as well as today's latest toy ...

  • 12.

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    134 Avenue Rd

    Situated on the edge of Yorkville, this restaurant offers classic Italian cuisine with an elegant touch. Although the first impression gives a coarse feel, the downplayed elegance ...

  • 13.

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    1005 Brimley Rd

    Opened in 1960, this park commemorates the site founded by the original settlers in the eastern Toronto section of Scarborough which was the Thomson family, who ...

  • 14.

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    Queen St E

    Bounded by Queen East to the north and between Coxwell and Victoria Park, this quaint neighborhood, once a trendy area home to many students, professors and media persons, is one of ...

  • 15.

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    220 Yonge St

    The Apple Store at Eaton Centre caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff ...

  • 16.

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    Mill St

    Part of an industrial stronghold that included distilling, milling, cattle-feeding, railway interests, retail stores and more, this historic site sitting on ...

  • 17.

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    40 Bay St

    The Air Canada Centre is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment facility. The center hosts NHL Hockey and NBA Basketball, rock concerts, conventions, figure skating ...

  • 18.

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    71 Front St E

    Located near the St Lawrence Market , this is a basic British-style pub complete with a dartboard and pool table. The bar attracts plenty of corporates but the atmosphere is relaxed and ...

  • 19.

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    65 Front St W

    Truly a Toronto monument, this Via Rail/GO train/subway station, which stretches along a block of Front Street, was opened in 1927 by the Prince of Wales. Classically designed, there ...

  • 20.

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    11 Polson St

    This entertainment complex features one of the most happening nightclubs in the city, a chic Tides restaurant and Nightclub and huge waterfront patio. Along with this the Polson Pier also ...