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London Eye

Greater London, England SE1

8 mentions on Trippy

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Here's what Trippy members say about London Eye:

"The hands down winner was the London Eye, both for the views and the interactive display in the cabin which allows you to access information on the buildings you can see."  See More

"In London i'd recommend these places: Number one is ,of course, London Eye-you' better don;t miss it."  See More

"There's a huge awareness of coeliac disease and gluten intolerance in the UK so you'll find gluten-free (and vegetarian and, increasingly often, vegan) options on almost every restaurant and cafe menu (plus allergy information) from the Wetherspoon's pub chain through ordinary pubs and casual restaurants to national restaurant chains and the more upmarket restaurants. London, inevitably, has a particularly huge range of eating places. Here are a couple of lists of the 'best' gluten-free places to eat in London: . :"  See More

"Southwark has great pubs and restaurants and is a bit closer to the London Eye and the Tate Modern museum but after that it's a long walk (London is very very big) to all the other interesting areas."  See More

"I stayed at the Premier Inn at County Hall, directly next to the London Eye and the Westminster Bridge Rd."  See More

"The tube will take you everywhere to visit eg London Eye."  See More

"The area is in transition and is better than it was and has more choices thx to London Eye the National Theatre rebuild and improvements of river bank."  See More

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