At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted ... More
At 553.3 meters, this is one of the world's tallest buildings. Since its spectacular opening in 1976, the CN Tower has hosted close to two million visitors a year. One of the most exciting ways to see the world is from the exterior, glass-floored observation deck, located 342 meters above the ground. Go up to the Space Deck at 447 meters and marvel at a spectacular 160-kilometer view. The revolving 360 Restaurant and Horizons Bar complete the dizzying picture.
I can fly, seriously i really can fly and fly well for that matter. But at the CN towers, they wouldn't fly off the top. I told them how good i was at flying, but nothing made them budge. I was trying the kid from Hatchet. The search was postponed due to some haters. Instead i jumped off a park bench and scared some penguins.
It's just a big long standing tower. That doesn't mean it gotta be a wonder of the world. Ohh wow, so you can see all of Toronto. Hell you can do that in a damn airplane too, you know what I'm sayin'. I been there like three times, and the last time I went was because my cousins from Germany wanted to see it so badly. Once your in there, that's all it is, it ain't no rollercoaster ride. Okay fine sure the elevator goes up really fast. Big deal, I've been on faster rides in my broke down ghetto Toyota. Also it is such a waste of money, you ain't gonna be getting your money's worth that's for sure. I could of bought myself a week's worth of McDonald's food with that money. All I'm sayin is if y'all wanna go see the CN Tower go ahead, but I don't say I didn't warn you.
Ladies and gentlemen, let me tell you one thing. You will absolutely die once you see this place. I have never in my life seen a mall so huge. I literally went into every store just to get a fill of things, the customer service is phemonamal. Very polite and not all in your face like some stores in Philadelphia.
Five stars all across!
This is a must see if you are in Toronto. On a clear day you can even see the mist of Niagra Falls. The view from the top is the spectacular. Although it is a little pricey to get up to the top, it is worth every cent!
We found the restaurant wonderful. The view was magnificent and the food was excellent. The service was very good. The souvenier shop was very comprehensive with so many choices. In short it was an experience that should be repeated.
G & P. Shaw.
This is a unique setting but it doesn't deliver in food quality. It is a pricy but mediocre dining experience tolerated only because of the total experience. A disappointment overall. Will not return or recommend.
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