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Is there a common meeting place between York and Ryerson?

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A lot of my friends are going to Ryerson, and I wanted to know if there was like a common area that is close to both universities where it is easy to keep in touch with one another.
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York and Ryerson are not close at all. Check out a map.
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@ktel wrote
York and Ryerson are not close at all. Check out a map.



I know they are not close, but I was just wondering if there were any restaurants in between York and Ryerson that could be a common place to meet up sometimes.

And you don't need to tell me to check out a map, there you go again with that condescending attitude of yours.
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I knew you would immediately think my tone was condescending simply because my sentences were short and to the point. Do you live in Toronto? I go to U of T, and my department is near York, and I have to go downtown sometimes to main campus. They're about an hour apart via transit, probably 30-40 minutes driving. There are so many restaurants, malls and bars in between York and Ryerson because they are so far apart. I can also guarantee that your friends aren't going to want to venture too close to York unless they live up there as it is a long way North. They will probably want you to come to them.
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@ktel wrote
I knew you would immediately think my tone was condescending simply because my sentences were short and to the point. Do you live in Toronto? I go to U of T, and my department is near York, and I have to go downtown sometimes to main campus. They're about an hour apart via transit, probably 30-40 minutes driving. There are so many restaurants, malls and bars in between York and Ryerson because they are so far apart. I can also guarantee that your friends aren't going to want to venture too close to York unless they live up there as it is a long way North. They will probably want you to come to them.



I didn't think you were condescending because your sentences were short, I thought you were condescending because you said check a map. But your new response was very helpful, thank you :)
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Check a map is practical advice. If you aren't from Toronto I would suggest you trip plan how to get from York to Ryerson so you can get a good idea of how long it would take. Maps can be deceiving. I almost stayed in a hotel 45 minutes away from the strip in Vegas because my coach thought it looked close on a map.
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@ktel wrote
Check a map is practical advice. If you aren't from Toronto I would suggest you trip plan how to get from York to Ryerson so you can get a good idea of how long it would take. Maps can be deceiving. I almost stayed in a hotel 45 minutes away from the strip in Vegas because my coach thought it looked close on a map.



Okay, I am sorry. I misinterpreted your message. Thank you for your help! I guess the only common spot is a type of restaurant or something. I wish Ryerson and York were as close as Laurier and Waterloo -_-
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