Each pod didn't seem large, but it could hold a lot of people. We were fortunate that we could move around and see each view in all directions. As we boarded, the wheel kept moving and we jumped on board through the open doors. I suppose they stop it if a handicapped person is boarding.
It seemed quite roomy inside the pod because we only had five people in our pod.
The view from the top of the circuit looking to the north at the hotels on the Strip.
The structure to hold the apparatus was every superlative I could remember.
Cars and buses on the ground seemed tiny.
The view to the South along The Strip.
Pictures taken through the pod glass often had reflections.
I like how they developed the new area that approaches the structure because it sits back from the main street, Las Vegas Strip. There are shops, restaurants, and hotel entrances along the two blocks that are pleasant to see as you walk toward the High Roller.