September 6, 2017

Tour Report: Old Wine Inn

Somewhere in the North of Germany lies this small abandoned inn right in the middle of a small village. About one year ago, my friend Lost Places in Schleswig-Holstein und Umland and I to go for a short tour on a rainy Sunday morning, and this location was our first stop.
Finding a place to park that didn't look too suspicious and wasn't too far away wasn't that easy. We decided to be bold and park in a nearby residential street.
After unpacking, we had to wait for someone walking his dog to be out of sight, and we quickly walked to the inn to check for an access point.
After our first look around, it didn't seem easy to get in - all the doors were locked and all the windows seemed closed as well.
Then, we had to hide again from a dow-walkign person passing us by, and from our hiding point, I spotted a window behind some really thick bushes. We had completely overlooked that one. So we walked over, and it was open! We hopped in and found a really nice place with some parts nicely intact and some full of really cool decay. The basement was really nice - there were still a bunch of unopened bottles of wine dating back as far as 1959.

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