[If you’ve arrived here looking for the Stratford Gate bridge water feature, it’s called bit.fall according to the Art in the Park publication.]
What an amazing day. The Olympic queueing event had been cancelled so we arrived in plenty of time for the first Handball session of the day:
Handball was definitely a tactical selection in the first ticket lottery but it was an absolute winner. Hope we see more handball in the UK after the games finish. Next up was hockey (and, being open air, a quick shower):
After the excitement of handball, I nearly fell asleep in the first 0-0 bore draw. Thank goodness the second game was a tad more interesting. Ok, it was team GB so we weren’t completely impartial, but it was definitely a better game and there were even some goals!
The Olympic park was pretty good as well. There are plenty of quieter spots to escape some of the crowds, or at least there were before the athletics started! We found this difficult-to-photo water feature under the bridge from the Stratford gate (it’s better than it looks!):
Diamond Geezer has a handy guide to the Olympic Park if you’re going to visit.
Updated: added link to Art in the Park since people have been trying to find out about Julius Popp’s bit.fall (4th August 2012)