Eating in a nearly empty pizza shop in the middle of the opening ceremony, Edward Dee of Southwest London was over the Olympics.
"It's too expensive. There's too many people here. I want nothing to do with the Olympics."
So he's off to Holland then Budapest for the entire games. He'd have been gone already, but a train delay caused him to miss his train out of St. Pancras station and he was stuck in London until Saturday morning.
"I missed my train by two minutes. But I'll be gone first thing in the morning."
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