This week I was lucky to meet-up with my daughter Vanessa for a couple of days.
We did something I longed to do for a long time, in fact two things, one, to take a guided bus ride around London to see the sights, and two, go on the London Eye.
Although I think I have seen most of London, living and working in the area for some years, I have discovered what I know bit by bit, and perhaps, well I know, missed a lot.
I was well pleased with the quality of service provided by The Original London Transport Sightseeing Tour, which included a river Thames cruise to Greenwich, the place where East meets West, the Greenwich Meridian Line.
Another longing I wanted was to go on the London Eye sitting on the River Thames, the London Eye is a unique, rising high above London’s skyline at 135 metres. Creating the tallest observation wheel in the world.
Having had a great phobia of heights, which was taken away by a good friend and fellow NLPer, John Brown, but I had really never had a good challenge to test it out.
The houses of Parliament from the London Eye
Vanessa holt on the London Eye
London Eye Pods high over London