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Germany Hotel S - Oct 2014

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This old hotel is epic, so much so these are from the second shoot last October.

15530942491_d82ec92fde_z.jpgDSC_4952 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

15533653675_0cfffe5efb_z.jpgDSC_4943 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

15530942591_7a7f0e6813_z.jpgDSC_4919 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

15348006040_73b48d01e3_z.jpgDSC_4868 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

15348006130_aa406bf1b2_z.jpgDSC_4841 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

I could have spent hours in here going through all the old documents, new papers and magazines, from the 30' 40's 50's

14913467413_5b708a7d74_z.jpgDSC_4792 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

This room is the only place you can get a signal, even outside its not possible.

15530943331_42beb362a5_z.jpg_COZ3666 by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

15281515970_4b9b9d981c_z.jpgTill bar by cozmicberliner, on Flickr

Edited by skeleton key

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