Olympic Park – home to over seven completely new stadiums for competition, doesn’t even cover half of the races during the Olympics. Most are scattered all over the city, like indoor volleyball, which is in Earls Court (which was build in 1928)! We spent about 4 hours here watching two series, Great Britain v. Bulgaria (best of 5, Bulgaria won in 3) and Russian v. Germany (Russian won in 3).
Residential road to Earls Court (B-E-A-UTIFUL HOUSES!)
And the family photos begin…
The totally transformed Earls Court back entrance.
Our original seats were being used for media people, so they upgraded us to Row 1 of the Lower Sections, wonderful views!