There is security everywhere. Police are apparent and I have gotten used to metal detectors. Everyday when I enter the Village, I empty my pockets, I submit my bag for x-Ray and I walk through the detector. I have it down to a science.
So, I am programmed to queue and submit to screening. It is good for the safety of the athletes, but perhaps not so good for the spectators. Queues......necessary but sometimes a pain.
More on the Opening Ceremonies later.....much later....after Friday's real ceremonies. We were sworn to secrecy, as a condition of getting to view the dress rehearsal for the Opening Ceremonies. This blog writer isn't going to be the one who breaks the surprises.
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