Look! It’s Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel, The London Eye (also known as the “Coca-Cola London Eye”). Technically, it’s the “world’s tallest cantilevered observation wheel” for those keeping score at home. Continue reading “Day 131 – The London Eye Spoon”
This London Underground spoon comes with a fun fact: the London Underground is totally haunted!
Farringdon Station, for instance, is haunted by the ghost of a little girl named Anne who met an untimely death in the mid 18th century right where the station sits today. Those who have heard her shrieks have dubbed her the “The Screaming Spectre of Farringdon.”
I’m no expert, but I’m pretty sure that spirits who haunt train stations don’t also haunt spoons.
The final day of theme park week brings us this Knott’s Berry Farm “Independence Hall” spoon, from Buena Park, California. Continue reading “Day 106 – The Knott’s Berry Farm Spoon”