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London Eye

n
(Named Buildings) a large ferris wheel located on the south bank of the River Thames in London; erected in 1999. Height: 135 m (443 ft)
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Three months ago Ted solved the mystery of how Salim disappeared from a pod on the London Eye.
Merlin Entertainments plc, operator of the London Eye, wanted to measure its Wi-Fi network performance, to ensure its infrastructure could provide an excellent experience for users of the new app, which puts increased demands on the Wi-Fi network.
The London Eye is a global attraction and the customer experience is a big reason for our success, said Sunny Jouhal, Coca-Cola London Eye General Manager.
FOUR-TIME Olympic champion Sir Mo Farah took the Mobot to new heights - as he struck a pose on top of the London Eye.
Metropolitan Policehas confirmed a cordon was put in place around the London Eye area after reports of an"unexploded World War One or Two bomb"in theRiver Thameson Sunday (June 25).
TOURISTS were cleared from the London Eye after a suspected unexploded Second World War bomb was spotted floating in the Thames yesterday.
The London Eye experience can also be personalised to something even more special with the option of a private capsule for a couple or a group, a champagne experience, as well as other options.
When Gail, 39, and Matthew, 29, drew up the list of special memories they wanted to create with their daughter in the time she has left, one of their biggest wishes was to take "little daredevil" Nicole on the London Eye.
The Danter family have been sent an email by lawyers representing the owners of the London Eye, telling them to stop referring to the Barry Island ferris wheel as the Barry Eye.
If they had, Merlin - given the wide-ranging protection the London Eye enjoys under their registered trademarks - can legitimately ask them to stop using the name.
PRINCE William, Duke of Cambridge, right, and Prince Harry are greeted by children as they attend the World Mental Health Day celebration with Heads Together at the London Eye.
HERE'S one trick you won't want to miss - a private magic show with Damien O'Brien on the London Eye.