Actually, I've been to many such buildings, Shanghai Oriental Pearl, Tokyo sky tree, Paris Eiffel Tower and Meng Paras building. Actually, it's all like that, but as a landmark, you have to go and punch a card. It was such a mood, but the day was really unexpected. There were several rainstorms during the day and there was no sun, but there was a sudden sunset at 8:30. On our way to the Empire State Building, a falling sun suddenly came out of the lane. Do you know how amazing it is? Seeing this scene, we'd better speed up our steps to the Empire State Building. We were so lucky that we didn't queue up at all. We arrived at the 86th floor smoothly and captured the beautiful sunset skyline. It was a beautiful blow-up! And then stayed until ten o'clock, completely dark, looking at the bustling Manhattan, absolutely worth it. Downstairs, there is also very intimate Chinese to tell you, do not forget to get the crest certificate.
When I first climbed the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center was still there. It was not tasteless to go to the World Trade Center and then to the Empire State Building. And during the day, there was hardly any impression. Twenty years later, it was in the evening that I climbed the Empire State Building again. It felt totally different. In addition to shock, or shock. I don't know the prosperity of New York without looking at it at night. Night view of Manhattan, leaving Tokyo, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore a few blocks away. I have to admire the Americans who built such a tall building a hundred years ago. When I went downstairs, I saw pictures of Kaka and Tang Wei hanging in the celebrity gallery.
The Empire State Building on Manhattan Island, New York, was once the tallest building in New York and the world, with 102 stories and a height of 444 meters. It's a landmark building in New York. It's also the best place to look down on New York, Manhattan Island and the Hudson River. The Statue of Liberty can be seen in good weather.
Despite $52 a person, we decided to climb the legendary Empire State Building to overlook New York. The viewing platform was on the 86th and 102 floors. A gentleman in the elevator said that today was a good day. Last time he stood in line with his friends for five hours. Climbing high and overlooking, tall buildings such as forest, traffic such as a line, how can he hide the tyranny. Knowing that the height was too cold, my son and I felt dizzy and headache when we rose to 102 and had to turn back quickly. At this time, the delicate and sweet LADYM thousand-layer mousse is our most timely comfort!
The 34th Street Metro Station is two minutes'walk away. It's for the night. But there are also many people in the queue at this time. I waited in all positions for two hours before reaching the top. Of course, if you buy city pass or buy a ticket online in advance, you can save about half an hour of suffering. It's windy above. In May, the wind was strong and cold. The night scene in New York is really not covered. 360 degrees of beauty!
Empire States Building, a high-altitude romantic place, first knew that it was the movie Sleepless in Seattle that I saw as a teenager... On the top floor of the Empire State Building in the evening, you can feel the multifaceted nature of the day and night of NYC, accompanied by a beautiful sunset.
New York must see one of the classic attractions, 35 US dollars plus 20 US dollars (86-102 floors need to pay extra) to climb the telescope, brighten the special stick, more people wait for the elevator is not as fast as climbing stairs, 86-102 floors we choose to climb, souvenirs are mostly Made in China, synthetic photos are 20 US dollars, the effect is not so good.
The Empire State Building, located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, is one of the landmarks in New York, USA. Although many buildings are now higher than its height, it is the oldest skyscraper in the world (1931-1972 totaling 41 years). What's more, it was completed in 1931 and 86, and the buildings are still in good condition. When will Chinese buildings reach this level? Standing on the eighty-sixth floor of the Empire State Building, overlooking the tall buildings, it is a feeling of a small view of the mountains.