For some reason I downloaded this young-adult, chick-lit book.
It really wasn’t for me.
One hundred years in the future, New York City’s skyline has been dramatically altered by the addition of a 1,000-story tower. The wealthy dwell in the upmost levels, while those who support the infrastructure of the tower live below.
The book opens with an unidentified young woman plunging to her death from the penthouse. The remainder of the title flashes back two months and follows the points of view of five teens. …
The Tramway provides access to a ski hill on the other side of the mountain.
In summer this is a terrific way to access hiking and mountain biking trails.
Still … I’m glad I saw it. Highly recommended.
Sandia is wrongly advertised as the “longest in the world”.
The entertaining cable car announcers grudgingly concede that Dajti Ekspres cable car in Albania is longer.
And I’ve been to Merida, Venezuela. That series of four aerial tramways – reopened April 2016 – goes 1640 – 4765 meters making it the highest tourist aerial tramway in the world. It’s 12.5 km long. Far longer than Sandia.