We did some laundry after we woke up and looked for some things to do in the city before we left. We got a message from the girls we'd met the night before, asking if we'd like to meet up for lunch. We set a time and place and headed out to the nearest metro station.
We arrived in the rain outside of the town hall and found our new friends. They took us to another beer hall, Weisses Brauhaus, though it was far more tame than the night before since it was the middle of the day. We ordered some more great German food and beer and talked with them more about our travels and their life in Germany.
After lunch, we said goodbye to our new friends and went our separate ways - perhaps to meet again in Frankfurt at the end of our trip. The rain had stopped, so we walked around the old town, including inside a few churches. We also walked through the gardens of the Residenz, the former royal palace of the Bavarian monarchs.
Next, we took the metro to the Olympiazentrum, which was home to the 1972 Olympics in Munich. Before going into the Olympic Park, we went into BMW's strange, modern building nearby. We walked through the building, which was a sort of advanced showroom and exhibition. Their museum was nearby too, but it was closed the day we were there, which wasn't a big deal.
We continued on to the Olympic Park, which we each found very impressive. Its buildings are done in a fabric tent style -- though made out of metal and glass -- which makes for some strange, asymmetrical structures. We stopped for a little while inside the pool building, which had been converted into a private workout facility. We tried to look into the track and field stadium, but it wasn't open. We continued around the park and up to a hill, which had a great view of the park and the city around it. The hills around the park are all man-made, built from the dirt that was dug out when they built the underground metro system for the Olympics. We noticed a lot of people running through the park, and we thought it was great that the Olympic Park had been converted into a park that everyone could enjoy.
We made our way back to the center of Munich and just grabbed a quick dinner from McDonald's before heading back to our room and going to sleep.