Are we still singing the song by Alicia Keys and Jay-Z? I am definitely still humming it right now as I type.
Visitors to the NYC (read: people like me) often head straight to the Empire State Building for the view of a lifetime.
The Empire State Building is the world’s most famous office building and it is a 102-story landmark. This Art Deco skyscraper is located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street of NYC.
As an international landmark for more than 77 years, it continues to capture the curiosity and undefined amazement of its visitors. It is only natural to be eager to learn more about this magnificent skyscraper in order to truly understand its iconic significance in the history of NYC and USA.
The view of NYC skyline from 86th story of the Observatory is simply breathtaking. NYC is indeed the world’s ultimate skyscraper city.
The home of several of the tallest buildings in the world, it is just simply unbelievable that NYC has more than 5,000 high rise buildings, with more than 50 skyscrapers taller than 200 meters. Click here to view a list of tallest buildings in NYC.
I can’t further describe my feelings of oh-so-wonderful while embracing the NYC skyline. I was simply in awe.
It’s like the feeling of winning an international award!
Stay tuned for the next entry on what we did at NYC on Day Two. Click here for NYC: Day One’s post.