|Four of Spitz's gold medals recorded|
The park apparently is still used quite a bit by locals, which makes sense since it's a beautiful area to walk, and people were using at least the ice facilities to practice. I went up to the top of the tower to get a better view. Here are the stadium and the main cycling and swimming facilities (I believe). The stadium is where I met Timor and Parhus (who now have a photo up! Go check it out.).
Just to the right, across the highway, is the Olympic Village where the assassinations took place. A memorial hits you as soon as you walk across the bridge. Here's part of it, with the one German who died mixed in with the Hebrew lettering.
Just beyond that is the Village itself, which some of you will recognize from the footage of where the hostages were being held.
In all, going there on a quiet day was fitting.