The recreational center called The Globe at the Olympic Village looks like a nightclub. Though the bar is only stocked with Powerade. There's no alcohol available in the village, but athletes and coaches can enjoy their favorite adult beverage in their apartments if they bring it in themselves. The Globe also features a cinema, a music studio, a pool, foosball tables and a Wii gaming area.
The village looks like a scenic college campus, albeit one with giant Olympic rings and super-fit students. The living areas resemble an average dorm, though they feature extendable beds for taller athletes. Most athletes will share apartments, but there are some singles.
The 5,000-seat dining area is a culinary site to behold. It will serve 1.2 million meals during the Games, with 1,300 different types of dishes. There's the ubiquitous McDonald's along with food stations such as "African & Caribbean" and "Best of British."
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