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Daily Travel Photo – Kobe, Japan

Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge Floor Windows, Kobe, Japan

Inside the observation area under the deck of the Akashi-Kaikyo bridge, the longest suspension bridge in the world, they had glass panels in the floor of the walkway. Even though it was perfectly safe, the sense of vertigo you get while standing on the glass was far worse than what I got when bungee jumping. Note the fake log in the middle of the glass. They had to install that so people who were afraid to walk on the glass could cross over.

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  1. Tonnie says:

    France has one of the highest bridges in the world. I want to go there.

  2. jenn says:

    hello, I wanted to personally thank you for your intersting person you left for to write about. I also appreciate youo chose non-fiction because I need to brush up that style . Thanks again

  3. Matt DeYoung says:

    That looks manly Gary. I love it. See-ya Gary!

    Matt

  4. Jeff says:

    I love those things. There is one in the Toronto Tower. Its a very surreal feeling. Levitation!!

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