I was always impressed by Toledo's skyline as I drove through on I-75. This was my first time actually stopping in to look around.
Toledo is solid big city for a few blocks, but those few blocks are surrounded by a sort of no man's land of scattered commercial buildings, warehouses, parking lots and roads. There's not really any residential within walking distance of the core. (I notice this in quite a few American cities, in contrast to most Ontario cities where there are houses right up to--and even mixed into--the downtown area) So I guess that explains why it's not too busy. And there isn't really any shopping downtown either, mostly offices. But there are some really great buildings in Toledo, especially for its size, and they are in excellent condition, too.
Originally Posted by ColDayMan
I keep forgetting Toledo is in my state.
Yea, you skipped it on your Lake Erie cities thread