Some at Olympic Park acknowledged happy surprise that not much had gone wrong, and so much had gone right.
“I was a bit worried we wouldn’t be able to live up to it,” said Phil Akrill of Chichester. “But walking around here it’s just unbelievable.”
Even non-Brits were proud of their adopted homeland.
“It’s just been a really nice thing to see,” said Anja Ekelof, a Swede who now lives in Scotland. “The whole country has come together.”
Associated Press writers Fergus Bell and Jill Lawless contributed to this report.
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