The CN Tower
Having already purchased my ticket to the CN Tower online to take advantage of a 10% discount all I had to do now was make sure I was there before 9am to beat the queues. So after the long walk to downtown Toronto it turns out no-one else gets up early and even after 9 there was only about 10 people at the tower. This worked out well for me because it meant I got an empty attraction to take all my photos without getting squashed or rushed.
As another clear sunny day you can see a great distance from the tower but its very windy should you chose to head outside the observation deck. I did so briefly but didn't last long.
Of course the famous thing about the CN Tower is the glass floor which is a little false advertising as its just a few panels on the floor. To my surprise it took me a long time to stand on it but I guess that's human instinct kicking in. But eventually I was quite happy on it evidence in the photo.
It is a great view and there's plenty of info on the tower once you're up there but the same with all such "tallest tower" attraction I'm always left thinking is a view really worth the ticket price. Even with the online discount the ticket ended up $34 including tax and that was for the general admission only, add another $20 for the skypod higher up. I can now say I've sat on the glass floor at the CN tower but I had to part with quite a few pennies to do it. Although saying that I still plan to head up the Empire State Building in New York cause hey its what you do.