London 120 – London Eye

London Eye the giant Ferris Wheel is one o the most iconic modern landmarks in London. The closest Tube station to the site is Waterloo Station and then 5 minutes walk away. Since it wasn’t covered by the London Pass, we had to pay £21.20 each for a ticket to get up the Ferris Wheel. I had a small mishap ordering the ticket online the day before whereby the confirmation ticket didn’t show up until later after my intended visit time. So I had to buy another set of ticket over the counter and requested for refund for my online tickets. Thankfully the British are very efficient and I got my money back to my credit card within 2 days. 
Anyway, the small unpleasant incident did not tamper our mood for the 30-minutes ride up the London Eye. The capsule was large and spacious, we had ample of space to move around and take selfie/wefie. The views up there were magnificent, especially of the Westminster side of London on a sunny morning when we were there. When our capsule finished its round and hit the ground again, I wished that I could go another round. A definitely must see and visit for any 1st time visitor to London~!

The pretty London Eye
Ticket office at the side of London Eye
The capsule of the London Eye

Right at the top of the Ferris Wheel

The magnificent Westminster

Selfie anyone?

Official Website:

Address: The London Eye, Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, London
Opening Hours: 10.00am – 8.30pm

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