Looking out at other capsules on the wheel.
No. 10 Downing Street (not the green roof, but ust above it). - taken from inside the London Eye.
Garden and fountain at Windsor Castle. It was cold, there's ice on the fountain.
The Bath Abbey
Holy Trinity Church in the town of Bradford on Avon, built in the 15th century.
Saxon Church of St Laurence, believed to have been built in the 7th century, located in Bradford on Avon. This is just across the street from the Holy Trinity Church
One of the drains in the Roman Baths that would... drain... the water from the main baths.
Random church spire in the town of Bath.
One of the bell towers of Notre Dame.
Various gargoyles running up a bell tower on Notre Dame.
Back in the day, it took 16 people to manually ring the bell. Today, it's only rung on special occasions and is done via a powered source.
Looking straight up while on the towers of Notre Dame.
If you view the large photo, you can make out the miniature Statue of Libtery at the top tip of the island, just past the third bridge.
Night time from our hotel room.
At the top of every hour for 10 minutes, the tower is lit up with sparkling lights.
This is what the tower normaly looks like the other 50 minutes of the hour.
One of the buildings surrounding the Grand Place in Brussels.
Standing underneath the London Eye
The London Eye, looking west. The building on the left is the ticketing hall.
The ticketing hall for the London Eye, as well as one of the supports for the wheel.
Shellmex House is the largest clock in London, 1 inch larger than Big Ben.
Charing Cross Rail Station - taken from inside the London Eye.