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lendmeanear
08:57 AM on 02/01/2012
List seems a little antiquated to me.
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Whogivesafox
How did right go so wrong
09:26 AM on 02/01/2012
Some things were built to last.
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IdeatoEmpire
Keep your laws off my body
08:54 AM on 02/01/2012
I like the high line also, but c'mon man. It's about 1% as popular as Lombard Street in San Francisco.
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Whogivesafox
How did right go so wrong
08:53 AM on 02/01/2012
New York!
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CPAwADD
Always look on the bright side of life.
09:10 AM on 02/01/2012
I love New York, but you should elaborate. Where is the best place to really see it?
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Whogivesafox
How did right go so wrong
09:27 AM on 02/01/2012
If I have to pick one view, I would pick the view from the Triboro Bridge going from the Bronx to Queens on a clear night
10:10 AM on 02/01/2012
On TV.
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dwill123
flexing the "golden pipes" on the day's issues
08:51 AM on 02/01/2012
The High Line in New York City over the Washington Monument in Washington DC. I don't get that.
08:45 AM on 02/01/2012
Quite disappointing... More like our readers demographic's most visited. There is absolutely no possibility that a world view would reflect the same sequence. For example, there are over 6M visits to the eiffel tower each year, considerably more than the statue of liberty
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Whogivesafox
How did right go so wrong
09:29 AM on 02/01/2012
Of course, in Paris they're not all that excited by the results of the Florida Primary either.
08:42 AM on 02/01/2012
What?!? No Pyramids, Great Wall nor Taj Majal?
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ZenCrusader
trying to be more zen in a zany world.
08:31 AM on 02/01/2012
Chicago !
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CPAwADD
Always look on the bright side of life.
08:59 AM on 02/01/2012
Best place to see the skyline is from the Adler Planetarium. I'm fond of the Smurfit Stone building. I like the Bean but think the skyline is a better sight. There are a lot of cool buildings in Chicago, the Wrigley, Tribune Tower, Standard Oil, John Hancock, Sears Tower and many others.
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ZenCrusader
trying to be more zen in a zany world.
10:15 AM on 02/01/2012
Chicago has world class architecture, an incredible lakefront with parks, museums, marinas and beaches, great shopping and dining, lots of culture. Bravo Chicago !