This is the only picture of the two of us I got, and it was pretty bad because it was gettting dark and on my phone. However, I really wanted a picture of the two of us at the top.
It was nearly impossible to get a picture of a person and the view because of the number of people, but we had to have some proof, right?
It was beautiful to see the city as the sun was setting.
As we were leaving, I became more and more frustrated as I felt like we were totally ripped off. I made Kevin go back and complain, you know, because he's so fierce looking at all. So, he asked a couple of questions, and they quickly pointed out that there are no refunds or exchanges. That would be because everyone would expect one when they realized how bad they had been taken. Anyway, I wasn't satisfied, so I felt the need to say a few things, and I'm much scarier than Kevin. I must have embarrassed Kevin because he started pulling me away. He pointed out that we were talking to an hourly employee and that she couldn't do anything. (Except for smirk at us for being stupid enough to buy these tickets.) So, we left, and accepted that we were idiots for buying the tickets. However, Kevin proceeded to yell at me once we got out on the street that I didn't need to make a scene. I quickly pointed out that him yelling at me in the street was making much more of a scene than me simply inquiring about not receiving what we were told we were purchasing:) Yea, we're that couple. Anyway, lesson learned. Buy tickets in advance or plan on waiting to get to the top. Do not buy the skyride, it is a total ripoff and will cost you more than twice as much as it would to just pay the regular admission. Thankfully, we managed to salvage our evening by the time we took the lengthy walk back to our hotel. We're getting really good at laughing at our idiocracy. It's just unfortunate that we have so many opportunities to practice.