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    Default Hotel Atlantis, Germany - August 2016


    This seemed to be a hotel for nearby ski slopes, but a newer hotel made this one redundant. We spent a good few hours in here, and even bumped into another explorer. He was a man of few words, but was pleasant enough. We found an underground bar - pitch black and smelling of damp, but it had remained untouched. We must've spent half an hour down here trying to light paint shots, but it was worth it. This was one of the last locations of the day before a long (and rather eventful) drive into Czech Republic for our hotel. A road closure meant a 45 minute diversion, or manoeuvring a rather large merc over a very tight pedestrian foot bridge - eventually we got there, with a 4973 point turn and only one foot being ran over in the process. :D

    By this point a hotel was welcomed, and a warm shower along with a comfy bed and some cheap Czech booze went down a treat!























    As always, thanks for looking!*:D

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    Once again mate, that is absolutely incredible. You have a real talent. Some of those pics are just stunning.

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    Loving your trip! Never failing to impress, excellent as always dude
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    You've got a good eye for photographing decay Squid, I could almost smell the damp, Loved it, Thanks
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    Superb images as always! That was a very interesting mural by the swimming pool.

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    The decay is really terrible throughout this hotel. It must have smelled bad. Your shots record it well.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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