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Old 09-29-2016, 04:10 PM
 
Location: Cleveland
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Cleveland also has this, if you just want to look at the downtown skyline. Looking across Lake Erie (Edgewater beach) to downtown. Gallery | Pier W

You have to scroll down a bit to get the realtime feed.
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Old 09-30-2016, 07:20 AM
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LA also has the new observation deck in the Library tower (OUE Skyspace), and the new Wilshire Grand will also have an OD once complete.
That's interesting, I didn't know about it. I think I would still favor the City Hall observation deck, since it's free and in a historic building. The OUE Skyspace seems very tourist oriented. I like going up to the top of City Hall and having it to myself basically. I wonder what the Wilshire Grand deck will be like.
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Old 09-30-2016, 12:07 PM
 
Location: Westminster/Huntington Beach, CA
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That's interesting, I didn't know about it. I think I would still favor the City Hall observation deck, since it's free and in a historic building. The OUE Skyspace seems very tourist oriented. I like going up to the top of City Hall and having it to myself basically. I wonder what the Wilshire Grand deck will be like.
I've always enjoyed the city hall deck due to the fact that it is free, and relatively little known even locally. The library tower, while more than likely has a stellar view, is just not worth the $20-$30.
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Old 09-30-2016, 12:18 PM
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I've always enjoyed the city hall deck due to the fact that it is free, and relatively little known even locally. The library tower, while more than likely has a stellar view, is just not worth the $20-$30.
Thanks. My annual trip to LA is in less than 2 weeks...I'll just stick to City Hall. I haven't looked at photos to compare, but I'm not surprised it isn't worth the money. I suppose the only advantage would be being able to see LA at night, since City Hall is obviously open during business hours, but there's plenty of rooftop bars for that.
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