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It’s not just the hotel horrors. Olympic officials are also scrambling to make last-minute changes to a slopestyle course after some athletes are calling the course too dangerous. Those ...
When journalists descended on Sochi last week, many took to Twitter to express their dismay at the state of their hotel rooms. While their conditions are hardly ideal- yellow water, bees in the honey, and more- they are certainly providing entertainment for audiences back home.
With light bulbs, WiFi, door handles -- and even the doors themselves -- noticeably absent from many hotels housing the media, members of the press are sharing their horror stories on Twitter.
The newsmakers out covering the 2014 Winter Olympics are becoming the stories themselves as they share terrible tales of blocked toilets, broken doors and toxic water supplies.
Conan O'Brien joked, "Vistors to the Winter Olympics in Sochi are reporting horror stories of rooms without heat, hot water or working toilets.
Sochi Hotel Horror Stories. Thu, Feb 6, 2014 • Cited on the Show. Share. Tweet. Email. Print. Apparently, much has been left undone. Hey, it’s Russia. You were expecting efficiency?
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Construction delays and different disasters have plagued the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.
The small - but perhaps telling - example reflects the ick factor thousands of athletes and visitors to Sochi are experiencing just three days before the start of the Olympic games.