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    Got to love good old Beelitz I never tire of images from here and you have done it proud :thumbs:


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    beautiful!

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    Beelitz is suddenly getting to be a regular site in DerP now isn't it.

    On a salutory note, trespass in Germany IS ILLEGAL and you can be arrested, unlike here where the law is rather different. If you are going to defy the owner of a place like Beelitz then make damned sure he hasn't already called the cops or you could be in deep schiesse.

    But a single guy knocking about trying to extort money doesn't sound like the owner to me for one minute. As I understand it Beelitz has been bought in sections by a development consortium to turn into luxury apartments. When we went into what we call "Hitler's pavilion a bunch of architects/engineers/builders let themselves in with keys and were discussing the building work, and there were piles of cr*p swept up ready for removal and a cement mixer on site in the badehaus, so clearly the days for this place are numbered.
    Veni, Vidi suum custos canis admorsus meus culus...

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    Thanks for the tumbs up guys.

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    Really hope I'm not gonna turn up there next month and be asked to pay and follow a bloody tour or something. They've already done that to Spreepark so I hear...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rectory-rat View Post
    Really hope I'm not gonna turn up there next month and be asked to pay and follow a bloody tour or something. They've already done that to Spreepark so I hear...
    It's been going on at Spree Partk for ages apparently. Not sure if it's ligit or secca cashing in though.
    Veni, Vidi suum custos canis admorsus meus culus...

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    yea its been going on a year now from a tour company but I can't see it lasting long here when someone injury themselves and then sues the company which given time will happen
    But I've not met them out and about yet as I tend to go to the more obscure places that I find

    if its OK I here I will name the company as most of the places they go to are well known anyway what do you think?

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    love this!!
    “Exploration is really the essence of the human spirit...and sharing is an act of kindness..dont be afraid to ask..i own none of what i explore..”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody. View Post
    if its OK I here I will name the company as most of the places they go to are well known anyway what do you think?
    Can't see a problem with it personally. I'd appreciate it if you'd message me it if you decide not to post though, as I'm in Berlin next month and all info is useful. Cheers :)

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    40 Euroes i pay taht for beating up the German Exploreres if thats what they call them self


    Cool work on the pictures out and about

    Quote Originally Posted by cogito View Post
    Cool photos, did you go recently?

    If anyone is interested in going here now, I'd recommend weekdays.

    Some German explorers decided to get in touch with the owner and cash in, they now charge 40 Euros entry on weekends. Last weekend we wandered in via various gaping holes in fences away from the madding crowds, got confused as to why there were elderly couples and young families having picnics everywhere, then bumped into some ginger guy in the first building we went in who got very upset with us saying we had to pay or he'd call the police. Weird thing is despite charging that extortionate amount they failed to provide any proof of public liability insurance, any documentation regarding the buildings safe condition or any safetywear for Joe Public.

    Needless to say, we didn't pay.

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