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Olympic Stories - London 2012: What goes on at the athletes' Olympic village?

From hamburgers with Rafael Nadal to all-night parties, we lift the lid on life in the Olympic athletes’ quarters

Boris Johnson tests out a bed during his visit to the Olympic village Photo: Scott Heavey/Getty Images… 1,377 more words

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London 2012 - Concierge News - Top tips for Olympic ticket holders

Leave your bags at home if you have tickets to an Olympic football match but take an empty plastic bottle with you wherever the venue. 466 more words

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Thames Olympic cable car will be open by the end of June Ready for the Games

Thames Olympic cable car will be open

by the end of June Ready for the Games

The London cable car which will fly Olympic spectators over the Thames will open before the end of this month, Transport for London said today. 709 more words

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Concierge Advise - Most Asked Questions - What do I Tip For In Britain?

Concierge Advise – Most Asked Questions

 What do I Tip For In Britain?

If you feel such unease (either because of the master-servant dynamic that the act implies or because you are – ahem – careful with money ) then you are probably one of the bourgeoisie, assailed on one side by the embarrassed class concerns of a liberal mindset and on the other by the rampant expense of living a middle-class life. 2,080 more words

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London 2012 - Olympic Torch Relay - On Top of Mountain

Mountaineer  during day 11 of the relay.

The flame travelled in a lantern on the Snowdon Mountain Railway before Sir Chris took the torch to the summit. 570 more words

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Concierge News - British bathing spots among the cleanest in Europe

Concierge News – British bathing spots among the cleanest in Europe

More than 80 per cent of Britain’s bathing spots have “excellent” water quality, according to the latest research by the European Union. 275 more words

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Travel News - London's New cable Car set to open soon in time for London 2012 Olympics

The Thames cable car moved a step closer to carrying its first paying passengers across the river as engineers began testing the gondolas.

The load tests were taking place in a race to finish the £45 million project in time for the Olympics. 249 more words

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