You know how I love heights, skylines and cityscapes from above. In every cities I’ve been to, I always make sure that going up there is one of the things I wouldn’t miss to do. I love the feeling of being able to see what the birds see sans flying. Rain or shine, I want to see cityscapes in a different point of view. In short flights, I’d fight to death to get a window seat for the view. But in long flights (4 hours and up), I’d be content to be on the aisle seat because I have the habit of drinking (non-alcoholic) on board and I’d go on a series of walk trips to the water closet. I don’t want to be that annoying passenger who keeps on saying “sorry” to my seatmates.
New York skyline from One World Tower Observatory deck gives visitors a different vista of the city that never sleeps. While the well-known Rockefeller Center and Empire State Building excite visitors of the city’s view from midtown Manhattan, One World Tower Observatory gives a sweeping view of the Big Apple from the southern point. You won’t be able to see the famed Central Park, but you’ll be able to see tiny Lady Liberty in her tiny island.
I think the best way get good photos will be in the morning. I went there in late afternoon and the sun ruined it. 🙂
Enjoy these photos of New York’s Skyline from One World Tower Observatory deck.