Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by JadeB, May 13, 2021.
For midsize cities Minneapolis holds its own
Chicago skyline is fukking immaculate. That view when flying in from over Lake Michigan
That orange lit building looks like a condom.
Came here to post Singapore.
The most beautiful city in the world, no comp.
yeah, Sydney's was dope.
Definitely enjoyed my trip there with wifee a couple of years ago.
Still crazy how the Great Recession back in the day killed off the Chicago Spire. Even though it was gonna be more so a residential building, it would’ve been the first mega-tall building or structure in the Western Hemisphere at 2,000 ft in total height.
Can't imagine being inside a building that's over 2000 ft tall. I'm sure that I'll get hella sick.
That's exactly how I described it to my friends. You can stand on a rooftop and spin in a circle and it's like NYC in each direction as far as you can see.
It's an awesome city, would love to go back
What’s wrong with it?
What was Sydney like breh? I’m surprised you didn’t make an AMA thread about that.
Australia in general was chill as fukk
Flew into Melbourne and stayed 2 days, then went and flew to Cairns to see the Great Barrier Reef, then finished in Sydney before returning to Melbourne to fly back home.
levels were zero for me. But I can say honestly that my travels around the world haven't brought me a lot of . In fact, people love that I'm a Black American. Kinda weird to be honest but I wasn't complaining.
Only thing I didnt get to do that is on my bucket list there is Ayers Rock
Asian Cities have the best skylines/downtowns damn.
Probably because the buildings are all newer.
But also, they aren't afraid of creative lighting.
Inshallah, African Cities will one day join in.
Come to Perth and the West Coast in general next time you visit
It looks like somebody got finessed into allowing someone to store their buildings, and didn’t realize how many buildings were going to be stuffed into that space.