Abandoned Hotel

The way in is still wide open.

With a welcoming sign.

It closed April 1. Or did it?

Some sort of control related to parking I think.

That death door again.

Inside the lobby, it appears they are taking doors out.

They've also trashed that cafe since last visit.

I'm a feeble person, and I didn't need a guardian's help.

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Looking at the ceiling.

Looking back the way I'd come.

This picture was surprisingly close to actual light conditions.

This room was dark so I just used the flash. Those four buttons were lit up on that phone and I didn't know what it meant. I should've looked closer at what was in the lost and found. Return trip?

There was a light on on the second floor area.

Higher up, I found these thrones.

And just more gutted hallways.

A suite with a view.

A shoe shine mitt hanging from a hook.

Each floor had a construction light on.

I grabbed one bright construction light and brought it back to the thrones.

For this shot I aimed the light up at the ceiling for a diffused effect.

Then I aimed the light at the chairs themselves for harsher shadows. Not sure which I prefer.

A closer look at the lions on the thrones.

Another hallway.

Systems inside the room.

A hanging light.

Where the TV used to be.

This was now an ashtray.

Another dark hallway.

I foudn this mask on the floor.

That actually is more terrifying than I expected.

Is this for a cat to drink out of?

Who is allowed to drink from this?

A fake fireplace.

The roof door.

A revealing shadow.

This was the only part of the whole hotel that felt particularly normal.

Looking back at the roof door.

A floor waxing machine I think.

This was the top-floor room for staff to sleep in.

And there was a way up higher.

Even higher, but I didn't go that far.

Looking over the US Army Corps of Engineers Far East District Compound.

Another nearby roof that looks like it could be fun.

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Back inside.

And heading down.

A statue in the park across the street is lit up at the right moment.

Art in a suite.

The ground floor had a washroom that seemed both to have stopped working and still been used by workers.

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