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  1. hi mates!

    just back home from london....

    so, i tell you, london is great, great organization, great services, great safety, great atmosphere in the City, CEREMONY AMAZING.

    Very good, i'm happy, BUT.....but the cauldron.....nooooo goooood!not fair!

    I came from italy to watch the ceremony, i did somersaults to be near the stadium, i sold my ticket cause cant found one more to my girlfriend, i watched the ceremony out of stadium in a bar, 25 pounds to stay there, and when i sow the couldron i said:maybe is better that i have deep pokets now.

    no good, no good no good,

    is bad!

    london is great but every times hapens this things, every time that London do this i think that London is SNOB!

    IF YOU DON'T MIND THE PEOPLES THAT ARE OUT, SO MUCH LONDONERS, WITH HEART, TO CELEBRATE, TO BE HAPPY, TO BREATH THE OLYMPIC AIR, THE PEOPLE THAT VERY CARE THE SPIRIT.....IF YOU DON'T MIND ALL THIS PEOPLE....YOU ARE SNOB!

    so, London is maybe the best olympic city of last 20 years, even more, but i'm so sad because it missed the most important thing.....

    what you think about?

  2. Prego. Very predictable and NOT SO FUNNY. Woody Allen should retire already.

    Have been to Rome already..last time in 1990. Was supposed to have gone again in September to visit my friend, but plans changed. Maybe when Rome gets the Olympic Games again!! ;)

    rome withdrew his candidacy unfortunately, we had a good chance for 2020.

    the president of CONI ( italian olimpic committee) is very sad, and me too.

    I will be too old for watch next games in rome, maybe in 2060.....

  3. Hi buddies,

    this is my first post.

    I am really surprised that no one even in this forum managed to dig out the couldron.

    I'm beginning to get worried, I will be one of the many people who will be in Victoria Park to watch the event on screens, but I was hoping to capture the moment of lighting to be somewhere out of park, where can see the stadium, even away.

    I will come from italy to do this on purpose.

    however: the picture from the condominium has enlightened me. despite having seen a thousand times the orbit, only now I realize that the loops of steel end up exactly where the observatory.

    you talked about so many times, I know, but this detail confirms my visions.

    The flames could just run along the loops and end its run in the eventual fall in cauldron on the top of observatory.

    to do that, they needed a massive structure, which can not be invisible, then came up with the orbit.

    in Italy we say "simple things are the best things"

    still information, new tickets are coming out of the ceremony, with a warning: Tickets in price category B and C Purchased from 17 July 2012 onwards will have a restricted view of parts of the ceremony.

    This could mean that you will can't to see everything from anywhere, not even the cauldron.

    sorry for my english.

    and it can be an important thing: the vision of stadium with orbit from away is extraordinary, they seems to be one. seens from away the fire would seem souspended on the stadium.

  4. And it's remarkable that the media so far don't try to uncover the location and the look of the cauldron. While we got new pictures from within the stadium and even one of the outside, taken from a nearby apartment (SPOILER ALERT: http://www.dailymail...tacle-look.html), they don't show us what is happening on the concourse north of the stadium.

    Isn't there anyone with a strong telescope lens who can take pictures from a building north or northwest of the stadium? ;)

    Hi buddies,

    this is my first post.

    I am really surprised that no one even in this forum managed to dig out the couldron.

    I'm beginning to get worried, I will be one of the many people who will be in Victoria Park to watch the event on screens, but I was hoping to capture the moment of lighting to be somewhere out of park, where can see the stadium, even away.

    I will come from italy to do this on purpose.

    however: the picture from the condominium has enlightened me. despite having seen a thousand times the orbit, only now I realize that the loops of steel end up exactly where the observatory.

    you talked about so many times, I know, but this detail confirms my visions.

    The flames could just run along the loops and end its run in the eventual fall in cauldron on the top of observatory.

    to do that, they needed a massive structure, which can not be invisible, then came up with the orbit.

    in Italy we say "simple things are the best things"

    still information, new tickets are coming out of the ceremony, with a warning: Tickets in price category B and C Purchased from 17 July 2012 onwards will have a restricted view of parts of the ceremony.

    This could mean that you will can't to see everything from anywhere, not even the cauldron.

    sorry for my english.

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