While I was in LA I met a security guard who informed me about the amazing 360 degree views that can be seen from LA City Hall (which also doubles as the Daily Planet from Superman). The view is from the 32nd floor and the best thing about it is that nobody knows! I was up there for 20 minutes and I didn’t see a single other person. It makes for some great photos and doesn’t cost a cent.
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