Carpet meets glass below me and people lie on the ground, smiling head-to-head as they pose for a selfie. There aren’t many public places in a city where you’ll find fellow tourists in this peculiar pose, yet on the top floor of the newly-renovated Space Needle, it is a very common occurrence. Dangling 500 feet above the city, many people are hesitant to set foot on the glass—and when that glass floor is rotating, the urge to retreat is totally rational.
By Bianca Bujan
October 4, 2018