September 2012
Event;Sep2012, p59
The article shares information on special events during the London 2012 Olympics in England. The "Event" magazine organised a party at the House of Nations in King's Cross. British Airways facilitated an event at the Olympic Park where they served food and champagne. National Olympic Houses (NOCs) served traditional dishes such as Lindt chocolate and Swiss cheese at Switzerland House in Glaziers Hall and Danish bacon at Danish House in Saint Katharine Docks.


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