SEATTLE — If you’re a daredevil ready for quite the dare, ehum, Seattle might be the place for your next vacation. The Space Needle, Seattle’s own iconic monument, re-opened some of its closed attractions this weekend to much surprise of the local community.
The Space Needle now apparently features “entirely glass floors” on certain floors (which are also apparently come to the rotating restaurant on top of the iconic monument). You read that right. The floors are made of entirely glass, and, social media is already having a field day with the news.
Up for the challenge? We dare you to sit on a glass floor with nothing other than the glass between you and the ground, uh, 500 feet above Seattle.