Book a room with the LSE and see an interview with an Olympic medallist
This special witness discussion will introduce Renate Bauer, a silver medal winner at the Munich Olympics in 1972
London (PRUnderground) July 24th, 2012
The summer of 2012 is set to be a landmark one for the UK’s capital, with the Olympic Games set to showcase the largest city in Europe to the world, as it hosts what is known as the greatest show on earth. If you are staying at a London B&B such as those available from the London School of Economics during the upcoming spectacle and want to learn more about the history of the Games, don’t miss out on your chance to catch Time’s interview with one extraordinary former medallist.
Taking place on August 2nd at the German Historical Institute (GHI) in Holborn, this special witness discussion will introduce Renate Bauer, a silver medal winner at the Munich Olympics in 1972, who represented her country in the city at a time when it was still separated by the Berlin Wall.
This evening will be completely free to go along to, but attendance must be registered beforehand by contacting the GHI, either by email or telephone.
So, for those who want to enjoy the Olympics and any of the brilliant free events which are accompanying the world’s greatest sporting competition without having to spend too much on accommodation, look up the rooms currently being offered by the LSE. Providing an extensive range of comfortable, convenient and cheap places to stay, our London hostels are the perfect choice for anyone hoping to explore the city at their own pace this summer.
About London School of Economics
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) offers award winning, great value central London accommodation by opening our residences as hotels in winter, spring and summer.
Our rooms are ideal for families, groups and individuals and great for those on a budget looking for London Bed & Breakfast and Self-Catering accommodation. This includes London accommodation sites in the West End, where all of our sites are within easy reach of many of the most famous attractions and landmarks around the UK’s capital.
So, if you are interested in checking availability or making a booking, visit the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) website, or contact: +44(0)20 7955 7676 for further details.