About the Seats
I think I stayed in my seat for a grand total of 60 seconds. Long enough to learn that in order to see anything with a clear view (and not from behind a wire grated fence), I had to lean far forward to avoid having the safety railing completely ruining my view. And as I'm not the best person when it comes to heights, leaning far forward in the front row of the Top Deck at Dodger Stadium left me looking a long way straight down to the field, and wasn't quite the relaxing experience I was hoping for during a trip to the ball park.
The misery is compounded by the narrow seating row at the front and severe lack of legroom, so I quickly went and found a much more comfortable option a little higher up in my section. I don't think I'll find myself sitting there again, and can't say I would recommend it to any of my friends either....More
- you want to watch the game
- you're bringing the family
- you consider yourself "Big" and "Tall"
- climbing stairs is difficult