The Daily Mail has published a series of photographs of the toilets with the best views in the world. Whilst I imagine that one's concentration would be upon one's . . . er . . . bodily functions, rather than the view, while seated on the 'throne', they certainly look interesting!
Boston Bay High Camp, near Johannesburg Mountain, North Cascades National Park, Washington State, USA:
Base of Spider Rock, Canton de Chelly, Arizona, USA:
The Valley of Longevity, Ecuador:
Tasman Glacier, New Zealand:
Mount Sinai, Egypt:
Guard Tower, Alcatraz Island, off San Francisco, California:
Surrounded on three sides by an aquarium at the Mumin Papa Cafe, Akashi, Japan:
There are more 'loos with views' at the link.
I'd be a bit cautious about flushing that last one - I'd be afraid of getting a few snapping turtles or piranhas from the aquarium in rather too close proximity to my nether regions! And those toilets on top of mountains . . . what happens if you run out of paper? It's a bit of a trek to the local store to get more, isn't it?
The convenience pictured on top of Mount Sinai reminds me of a joke we used to tell at the seminary.
Q: What's the first mention of laxatives in the Bible?
A: When Moses took two tablets and headed for the hills!