Thursday, October 09, 2008

N Seoul Tower, Part 3

The Tower has 2 observation decks. This is the top deck with metallic-like seats for visitors to rest and enjoy the 360 degree view.

Each window displays the direction of a city or country. From this window, I am looking in the direction towards home.

Looking out the windows, you can see how overcast it was.

If you have a fear of heights, don't stare at this picture too long.

The Sky Cafe is located on the lower observation deck. You can eat, sit, and enjoy the view.

This is the view from the women's bathroom. The Tower is said to have the best bathroom view in the world.

I am glad my husband was there to take a picture of the men's bathroom. For the men, you can enjoy the view as you go.

- Karen


dot said...

What a place! Is it really as shiny and clean as it looks? I hope there is more privacy in the ladies room!

AVCr8teur said...

Dot: They had the good sense of having regular stalls in the ladies room. I would hate to be out in the "open" like in kindergarten with no privacy.

Yes, the place was definitely spotless. Luckily there weren't too many people during the weekday so we had room to move around.

Lilli & Nevada said...

wow those are some great view for sure, I don't know about this last photo but those urinals look really high LOL Love the view that is some place to sit on the first photo.

Jim Klenke said...

Wonder how many guys started going then forgot what they were doing because they were looking at the view.

AVCr8teur said...

Lilli: Maybe some guys will need to tiptoe. Haha!

Jim: I was thinking the same thing.

Neva said...

I LOVE your bathroom photos.....I would say that this are "top shelf" bathrooms....and the view....very very nice....

Isadora said...

Being a sucker for bathrooms, you know that is what grabbed me from the whole series! I think I would move in - it looks beautiful.

There is a restaurant on a docked ship in Budapest - The Spoon - where the bathrooms are on the side toward Buda and thus have frosted glass doors on the toilet stalls. So far, I thought that was tops :)