I took this all the way from the train metro to Arvi park. That is about a 30 minute journey. But the views of the city make the time go by fast. Then when you are finally over the last hill, you can't see the city anymore and you feel like you are in another part of the country. I have been on these type of cable systems before, but usually it is short to get to the top of one hill. This thing just keeps on going up and up and up. They say the cars/carts on the cables travel an average of 10mph, but it felt like they were going faster than that. You can take a few quick looks at the poor neighborhoods as you go up, but if you are not paying attention to the entire city landscape, then you are missing out. One ironic thing I thought about was, why do the poorest of the poor have the absolute best views of the city? In USA, only the rich would have those kind of views.
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