Somewhere in the Kunsthof-passage of Dresden, Germany, there’s actually an outdoor building wall that makes music whenever it rains. Christoph Roßner, Annette Paul and Andre Tempel, who live in the building, were the ones who decided to rig a bunch of funnels to coax a grand performance out of musical instruments by hydraulic action. It’s crazy, we can’t think of a better reason to wish for bad weather.
Penthouse View of Central Park By: Carlos Rubén Hernández The park takes up 843 acres of land and is bigger than the principality of Monaco. If you’ve been walking all day through the park, don’t worry the park has 9,000 benches. Central Park, NY has also been featured in more films than any other park.
Maybe one day... 10 Ways to See San Francisco Like a Local | Mighty Girl - even after moving away 20 years ago, this girl's blog is close to spot on. Although I'd say the best place to see the GG Bridge is on a scooter thru the Presidio and then hiking down the tiny worn paths to the edge.