The Top of the Rock is the best alternative to the Empire State Building, and has equally good if not better views and, more importantly, smaller lines! Well, the lines are pretty long, but not by New York standards anyways. You can also check out the NBC Studios and try to get tickets to a filming. Aside from that, not too much that you just have to see, but the views are worth every penny.
Monument Valley is an incredible place that'll leave you speechless from the moment you arrive. Hundreds of films have been shot here and it's more than worth the visit just to explore the place and snap some photos of the amazing rock formations.
En una mañana congelada con -7C, bien abrigado y con un excelente desayuno, salí a a caminar por la gran Manzana y disfrutar de su ambiente Navideño
Es impresionante el ambiente que hay, sea la hora que sea o el clima que haga.
Ya de por si New York es una gran experiencia que engloba todo tipo de visitas.
A sensational hotel. If it weren't for the pleasure that is getting to know Las Vegas, you wouldn't need to leave it. From the McDonald's at the Top of the World to Body Jumping, to the casinos. From the pool to the rollercoasters, it is all very good!!
Entrance to the iconic Space Needle from the rail station. Unmatched views of the city and surrounding land/waterscapes, the Space Needle, open since the 1962 World's Fair, is to Seattle what the Empire State Building is to New York City.
Fantastic views, especially if you are lucky enough to visit when Mt. Rainer is visible, shopping, and dining all combine to make a destination any visitor to Seattle should not miss.
There is a variety of places to dance, and this is what we prefer to visit with friends, the atmosphere begins around 11 pm and the cover is 50 pesos, although there are often social events so the cover can vary. Regarding the drink, you can find variety of Mexican beers, for those who like beer of course. You will also find alcohol, for every taste. The music is varied from reggaeton electronic horn, there is no defined musical style. But its good for a dance and good time with friends. The atmosphere is calm. At the exit, many like a good hot dog there is a stand that sells them. So you will sit next to more than one sleepless, drunken dancer and enjoy the fresh air and a Hot Dog Antrero style with spicy artoo haha.
Dante's View is a viewpoint situated at a height of about 1.669 meters, overlooking Death Valley. Dante's View is about 25 miles south of Furnace Creek in the Death Valley National Park. The view is absolutely stunning, you can see almost all of Death Valley and you can also see perfectly the salt from where there used to be a sea. The heat, however, is infernal, you must go loaded up with bottles of cold water, if you don´t want to be very uncomfortable.
Whatever view you have will be impressive, but at the Skywalk it's really something incredible! If I remember well, its over 1200 meters high. Also the floor is made of crystal and the sensation is indescribable. It´s worth paying the 40$ to experience it.
This is a wonderful meandering river which passes through this park. It is situated in southern Utah, in the [poi = 70203] Monument Valley [/ poi]. In order that you can imagine the size of these meanders, the river runs about 5 km for each kilometer in a straight line. It is easy to access, just outside of Mexican Hat, north, we turned left onto the 163, and a few miles later, we turned left again onto the 316. This road enters the Goosenecks State Park San Juan River, and after about four miles, you go up to a plateau where you can enjoy panoramic views over the river San Juan. You can walk through this plateau, unfortunately you can not go down to the bottom. However, it is one of the most spectacular landscapes of the American West.
Here you can find are several hoodoos and pinnacles resulting from changes in temperature, as there are about 200 days of harsh winter. At this point, the Bryce canyon is very beautiful at sunrise. A tour of the Queen's garden path takes you to Navajo's trail and from there, you can go up to Sunset Point. Perhaps doing it the other way round might be easier. There is a trail from the latter to Bryce Point, but it is very long, only done during the summer and you can take a shuttle from Bryce Point to go back or vice versa. When we were there in the year 93 at this point we found a friendly deer at the canyon. I do not know if it was there at sunset. Last year I was there during the morning and the only animals that we saw were squirrels. We didn´t see anything else.
Navajo Point is one of the highest vantage points to enjoy views of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River, only surpassed in height by the watchtower at the nearby link: Desert View. As here: Lipan Point, you can see it is called "Grand Canyon Supergroup", a formation of sedimentary rocks in other parts of the canyon which have been completely eroded. They are visible above the river to the other side of the canyon and are composed of long, thin brown lines, gray and black layered with an inclination angle of about 20 degrees. Another interesting place, besides those already mentioned, is the: Moran Point , about 10 miles west on the same road.
Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most fascinating things to do in San Francisco. But be aware that walking across the bridge and back again can take up to 2 hours, and reaching the bridge isn't easy if you don't have a car. On the other hand, at Vista Point, you have a beautiful view of the city and can see a plaque and a statue of a sailor commemorating all the sailors who have passed under the bridge on their way to sea.