I liked going on the London Eye. Except when looking down. Easily cured, just look straight out! Great photo opps. Here’s our stroll from Westminster Tube Station to the London Eye, up and down the Eye, and then a few London fruit bats for good measure.
You can view these pictures as a slide show (with larger photos) by clicking on any picture to start. I find a single click on the first picture works.
Disclosure: I had this adventure on Hallowe’en. The bats were tangible and as shown in the photo but they were put there by human hands and were made of rubber and plastic. I paid for my own Eye ticket and everything it took to get there. I rode the Eye without screaming or fainting, though it was a close call the first time I looked down. First rule of the Eye: look straight ahead and you’ll be fine.
This is my standard form of disclosure that I am retroactively adding to all blog posts done before April 1, 2018, and will add to all new posts.
1. Is this experience open to the public?
2. Who paid the cost of me doing this?
3. Did I get any compensation or special consideration for writing this blog post?
4. Would I be as positive about this place if I had gone as a regular visitor?
Yes. I did go as a regular visitor.