Olympic rings the size of a double decker bus will welcome athletes and visitors from around the world, at London's Heathrow airport.
Passengers arriving Wednesday, got a very British Olympic welcome.
A military marching band wearing red coats and bearskin hats, played music for the launch of the installation of the rings.
The British home office has about 500 extra staff on-hand, to man immigration desks and cope with the expected extra 600,000 visitors during the games.
Lets hope for success in our Caribbean countries!
Speaking of the Olympics, quite an honor for the granddaughter of the Queen!
Zara Phillips will be a part of Britain's equestrian team at the London Olympics this summer.
This will be the first Olympics for the 31 year old, she was picked for the 2008 team, but her horse was injured and she was never able to compete.
Phillips's mother Princess Anne and Father Mark Phillips both competed in the Olympic games in the 1970's