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    Default Far from downtown/far downtown

    Is it correct to say "far from downtown" as well as "far downtown"
    I found both uses at Google:

    far from > How far is Jade Azul from downtown Nosara?
    far > Three crowns hotel stylish not so far downtown, near sports area Ještěd and ...



    Are both of them correct?

    thank you very much

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    Default Re: Far from downtown/far downtown

    The first means distant from downtown; the second means right in the downtown area.

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