This is the view from the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. I peeked out on the 110th floor and yes, I felt dizzy. Willis Tower or Sears Tower, as it will always be known to Chicagoans, soars 1,450 feet high and offers the perfect view of Chicago's iconic sky line. The skyscraper also supplies a stunning panorama of four states-Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin. I typically visit Sears Tower every year for a leisurely Easter brunch with my family and never really contemplate just how high up we are (except when my ears pop in the elevator.) But this year, I was faced with the eye-popping reality when my husband and kids rushed out to the new Skydeck Ledge. The Ledge consists of glass boxes that extend out 4.3 feet from the Skydeck on the 103rd floor. You can gaze down at your feet and see the entire city. I passed on this opportunity and do not regret it one bit. I think I prefer my views more conventional and a little less scary.