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Explore #237 (Part 2): Hotels Medea, Metallurgy, Tbilisi and Sakartvelo, Tskaltubo, Georgia – October 2018

Explore #1 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour Following on from my first report from the ‘Soviet Riviera’ Georgian spa resort of Tskaltubo, in which I explored Sanatoriums Iveria and Imereti, this report covers four of the town’s former hotels: – Hotel Medea – Hotel Metallurgy / Metalurgi – Hotel Tbilisi – Hotel Sakartvelo Hotel Medea Built between 1954 and 1962, and formerly known as Sanatorium Tsekavshiri, Hotel Medea was a hotel and sanatorium with a capacity of 326 beds. It…

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Explore #203: Grand Hotel Thermal aka Hotel des Thermes, France – May 2017

Explore #2 of the ‘Hot Filth Tour’ History A disused former hotel/health spa, which drew hot mineral water from local springs to impart healing properties to its guests, particularly the elderly and disabled. It has been closed for many years, and is now (2017) in the process of being redeveloped. Our Explore After our early morning explore of the Centrale de Schneider power plant, we had some breakfast and made the short journey to the derelict Grand Hotel Thermal, not…

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Explore #169: Villa Symmetry, Germany – May 2016

Explore #9 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Sorry for the long delay since my last post – it’s been a busy couple of months at work, home, and on holiday! I’ve got the next batch of reports from my never-ending backlog coming up now – first a short and sweet one from this little gem. I think it was a former guesthouse/lodge in a picturesque alpine region of East Germany. As always, click on a photo to VIEW LARGE…

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