After finishing our tour of the abandoned power station, there was still a little daylight left, so we dicided to give Freddy from Nordgriller Urbex a short tour of the abandoned crematory that is just a few kilometers away.
Since my wife and I had already been there, we didn't take any photos, but met our friends from Lost Places Knipser again who'd had the same idea.
We finished the day with a nice dinner in the city near our hotel and with a good night's sleep afterward.
The next day was the last day of the tour, but we had some spots planned "on the road" for the way back.
The first was a rather "famous" urbex spot in a small village in the East German countryside - a castle with a long history that had last been used as a senior citizens home, but has been abandoned for a number of years now.
As with some locations, the only trouble here was finding a good place to park. We usually prefer the "impudence wins"-approach and parked relaticvely obvious near where we suspected the access. It worked out nicely. The front door was open, and we got in easily.
During our two hours in the place, a number of other - more or less - urbex people came and left again. I am always amazed at who you can meet in lost places....'nuff said.
Luckily, we had arrived pretty early, so we had no truoble leaving when the "tourists" started arriving in alarming numbers.
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