Or so you would think – as a couple enjoys a bit of peace at the lake in the middle of the Olympic Park. It’s hard to believe that it’s been more than three decades since the 1972 Olympics, yet the site is full of life. It’s even more difficult to believe that 166 million paying visitors have experienced the site since then, not to mention all the ones who just visit for a walk, jog or rollerblade through. Every year more than five million people pay for one of the many services at the park – 72,000 seat Olympic Stadium, 16,000 seat Olympic Hall, the tower, tennis courts, swimming pool, aquarium, Ice Center, etc. Contrast that to similar Olympic sites around the world that struggle to find its identity only years after the games. That’s it…sports complex, entertainment center, hideout for two.