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  1. Another place I visited this December during the road trip around Europe. Again another place I wanted to see after seeing previous reports of this place. Wallfahrt was one of my favourite places to explore during that trip. An abandoned house, but not trashed. Still aspects of history and belonging there. A perfect time capsule and one of the main reasons why I enjoy exploring, especially in mainland Europe. I took lots of pictures but I tried to narrow it down to the ones below to get a flavour of what I saw. Pictures:
  2. Another stop on the "Suits On Tour" Tour! Built in 1897 by a local priest on the outskirts of a Flemish hamlet. The previous inhabitant was taken to hospital where he died, and the Villa has now been empty for many years. The owner’s son doesn't want to sell the house because of a divorce. Thank You!
  3. Another site from my week-long Belgian extravaganza. This from before it started to snow, and instead was pouring with rain! Villa Wallfahrt is another place I had wanted to see for a long, long time. It's pretty much Belgian exploration as a whole personified in one location. Details on when this rectory/convent became abandoned are pretty scarce but it is believed to be a few years ago now, and the entire place is stuffed full of epic. When making our entrance there was a bit of pure comedy, we chose the hard way in and on hearing voices inside I ventured into the hallway to investigate and walked right into a Dutch guy's shot! He was there with another two people and luckily he spoke good English so we were able to have a bit of a laugh, and decided the best plan would be for them to start downstairs whilst we began the explore upstairs. More here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie427/sets/72157633004562871/