Not the first but maybe close to the last of colorful scenes from the Olympiadorf or Olympic Village. The student bungalows built for the 1972 Olympics, all individually decorated in everything from beer slogans to pop culture to Bahama blue colors, are unfortunately being demolished. In 2007, the local government decided that they would be too expensive to refurbish, so row by row, bungalow by bungalow, they are disappearing. At the time of the announcement, more than 2000 peaceful demonstrators showed up, but a small group of drunken “gate crashers” began tearing doors off deserted bungalows and starting a riot (burning down two of the bungalows in the process). It took 150 officers to disperse the crowd. Today, all was peaceful with the exception of the bull dozers close by. Thanks to resident Munich expert, Michael, and artist Petra Voegtle for helping me discover this place.