Wordless Wednesday: Las Vegas Ferris Wheel


Let’s be honest, I might as well call this Few Words Wednesday because I’m never capable of being wordless. The High Roller opened in March 2014 and is the world’s highest observation wheel. The picture is by my brother who lives in Vegas. I hear that the Brits have built one just like it in London. I can’t believe they stole this great idea. Have a great Wednesday! ~Phil

9 responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Las Vegas Ferris Wheel

  1. Stole an American idea for a wheel that goes round and goes nowhere?I think not, I hope were more choosy.

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  2. Oh ferris wheel does seem the greatest…
    reason to go party in Vegas!!!

    (I’ll be there in June…see you then?)


  3. I responded in haste and fouled up my English, serves me right.

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  4. I live here in ‘Vegas, and I get to see how beautiful the High Roller is from a distance. It changes colors! I am easily entertained, hence the reason I like your blog as well. LOL The London Eye opened in 2000. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London_Eye

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  5. I love the London Eye. But yours is pink! You win!

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  6. Your brother took a great photo.
    Durn. I’m not a fan of Vegas, other than
    – the interior of the Bellagio (so gorgeous)
    – Venice (next best thing to being there)
    – the bathroom in Paris (pretty! worth drinking extra tea for an extra-long -!)
    but now I’ll have to go back, just to see and ride this.

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