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The Ledge | Skydeck Chicago

The Skydeck offers a breathtaking view of the city of Chicago. This is a great opportunity to climb the Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower), the worlds tallest building from 1974 until 1998, and see the beautiful architecture of the city and its endless views of Lake Michigan. The more adventurous can go to the "The Ledge", the newest acquisition of the Skydeck, allowing the visitor to walk on a glass floor viewing the city in a different perspective. If you like heights, also check out the amazing Edge Walk at the CN Tower, Toronto.



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VIEW FROM A BLUE MOON

After months of amazing trailers and teasers, the 60-minute cinematic masterpiece shot in 4k is now available online for all to stream. View From A Blue Moon is the first surf film ever shot in 4K and let´s you see surfing as it’s never been captured before. The movie follows one of the world’s best surfer´s John Florence and his closest friends around the globe in search of the world’s best waves, from his native Hawaii to the coast of Africa. Sit back and immerse ...
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TACOPEDIA

Taco lovers rejoice! Tacopedia is an encyclopedic tribute to Mexico´s tacos and taco culture, with everything you need to know about one of the worlds most popular dishes. From the history of the tortilla, to 100 recipes for fillings, salsas, sauces and more, this is the ultimate reference on taco culture. Tacopedias highly graphic style is beautifully illustrated with street photography around Mexico, and accompanied by interviews, stories, illustrations, graphics,...
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BARBARIAN DAYS

Looking for a beach read this summer? Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life is a damn good book about surfing, worthy of the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Autobiography.  The compelling book is William Finnegan’s memoir of his obsession with surfing, which he calls a beautiful addiction. In the book Finnegan describes his childhood growing up in California and Hawaii in the mid 1960s, his vagabond years hunting down secluded surf spots around the world, stories of life in a...
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