By JOSH BROCKERThe first wave of athletes to arrive in Berkeley for the 2024 Summer Olympics are greeted by a giant banner bearing the slogan “Let’s Get it Done!”

It’s the unofficial motto of the bid to host Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The theme is an extension of the theme for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, which also featured a giant “Let us get it done” banner.

For the first time in a major Olympic venue, athletes will be wearing full-body protective gear including goggles, face shields and face masks, but no helmets.

Instead, athletes are expected to wear protective masks, which will be replaced by plastic face shields at the start of the games.

The athletes have been warned that the masks are only a start and that masks may be more effective at blocking some UV rays and the heat.

For athletes, the Olympics are a chance to see their hometowns, schools, businesses and families for the first times in their lives.

For those hoping to compete, the games could be the first chance to experience the city for themselves.

But for those who will be attending, the first thing they’ll want to do is to plan ahead.

There are many opportunities for Olympic visitors to explore the city before the Games.

Here are five places to start:The Berkeley Marina, a beautiful natural area in the heart of downtown, is a popular spot for kayaking, picnicking, and picnics.

It’s a popular gathering spot for locals and visitors alike, and its the perfect spot for a family picnic after a long day on the water.

If you have a special event, a birthday party or a big event planned, you can also take advantage of the public beaches on the Berkeley Peninsula, which offer a variety of different activities and events for everyone.

If the weather isn’t too bad, you may want to consider visiting the Berkeley International Airport, which is one of the few places you can fly from Berkeley to anywhere in the country.

It is only 30 minutes away from the city center, and the flights are cheap, making it an ideal option for a quick trip.

For more information on the Olympic Games, visit www.olympics.nasa.gov/games.

For photos of the Games in the Bay Area, visit baltimoremagazine.com/olympic-photos.