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According to our Twitter feeds (and they're, obviously, very reliable), hundreds of people have arrived in the small resort town to find their hotel rooms are nowhere near finished. There've been reports of yellow water, broken toilets and, even, zero furniture.
Though the International Olympic Committee has stated 24,000 rooms were created for the event (and that 97 per cent of them were in perfect condition), the people we've been reading dispatches from would have to disagree.
Read on for a few of the online rants we've been reading. (Keep in mind the conditions are not funny, but the responses we've been reading are.)
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What kind of malfunction was taking place when they thought of this place. What the was the IOC thinking or not thinking of. Who came second?
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