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Reviews about The London Eye

Bjqiqiwendy

5/5
Reviewed on 30 Jan 2018

The fourth stop along the Thames River is the London Eye. It feels like the day is running away. Fortunately, we bought a fast track ticket, which avoids queuing in the cold wind. The 4D experience is also good. There are colored eggs at the end. Actually, the best overall experience today should be walking along the Thames River, watching the scenery while walking. Many people are running along the way, but the feeling of walking is not so tourists. Welcome to Coca-Cola London Eye! Coca-Cola is named this year. In short, the Thames River at dusk is another scenic spot. A day of telescoping!

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In the Millennium, London built this London Eye with a great deal of money. It was torn down in commemoration. Unexpectedly, it has become the most popular tourist attraction, even the landmark of London. The London Eye was situated on the Thames River in London, England, and was sponsored by British Airways at the time; it was 135 meters (443 feet) high. There are 32 cabins in London Eye (from No. 1 to No. 33). Because of religious taboos, there is no No. 13. Because the cabin is made of tempered glass inside and outside, there is an air conditioning system. Each cabin can carry about 25 passengers, and the rotation speed is about 0.26 meters per second, that is, a lap takes 30 minutes. Ride London Eye Up in the air, get a bird's eye view of London. The London Eye becomes a huge blue halo at night, which greatly adds to the dreamlike temperament of the Thames River. The London Eye also lights up the 2015 British general election, with the red light representing the British Labour Party, the blue representing the Conservative Party, the purple representing the British Independent Party, and the Yellow representing the Liberal Democratic Party. My laziest queue, I bought a fast track ticket, and then lined up under the red-eyed LONDON EYE for 30 minutes, the cold wind, want to be stingy to buy a general ticket, I do not know if I can live into the London Eye. It was raining, so London seemed to be in the bath, without dreams, a little bit different from imagination. Down the bridge, the London Eye is very lively. Ice-cream trucks, merry-go-round horses, acrobatic performances, life statues gather a lot of visitors. On the other side, there are Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Shrek theme park, aquarium, London Eye 4D Experience Museum and so on. And no more than London's twists and turns of hundreds of meters at the foot of the team.
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To get to London, one of the attractions where you have to punch in. The London Eye, built in the Millennium, has brought astronomical incomes to Londoners from the conflict of Londoners to the present. It has completely reversed the successful case. Located on the South Bank of the Thames River, 135 meters high, sitting on it overlooking both sides of the Thames River, I deliberately chose the dusk time to see the Thames River sunset and the beginning of the lantern. However, man is not as good as heaven. It rained that day, that kind of drizzle. There is no sunset, only the cold wind, absolutely not lost to Shanghai. Ctrip bought First Pass for 258 yuan and still queued up for 30 minutes. Ling Fang's heart was completely broken in the cold wind. Half frozen to death, they finally boarded the London Eye. Each cabin could take about 25 passengers. In the middle was a bench, surrounded by floor glass. It runs slowly and is easy to view. It takes about half an hour to turn around. Some heard the explanations of famous London landscapes, played when they rotated to the corresponding angle, and some touch-controlled explanatory devices were available. But in that closed-loop environment, more than 20 people were crowded together, and the languages of various countries were noisy, so it was impossible to hear the explanatory content. Don't forget to go to the experiential hall next to the ticket office to watch a 4D movie about the London Eye and London, and get a better understanding of the city's scenery in a realistic four-dimensional space. Looking back at the London Eye, the lighted Ferris wheel forms a huge blue halo, just like the bright eyes in the night sky. It's very dreamy and beautiful.
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