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UER Forum > US: Southeast > Advice on Exploring Old High Rise Hotels (Viewed 64 times)
goon1 


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Advice on Exploring Old High Rise Hotels
< on 10/12/2018 12:04 AM >
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This weekend I'm going to an old high rise hotel and I was wondering if anyone more experienced than me had any tips for this type of exploration. I've been here once before and its pretty old (built in maybe the 60s or 70s) so I am a little worried about the structural integrity of the building and I don't really know weather an area is good to explore or bad to explore. I'll only be there an hour so I can't explore all 15+ floors so if there's something good I should look out for please let me know. Lastly, if anyone knows any ways to prevent oneself from stumbling on homeless people I would greatly appreciate it if you told me. Thanks.




TrixieSparrow 


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I guess.

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Re: Advice on Exploring Old High Rise Hotels
< Reply # 1 on 10/12/2018 12:20 AM >
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Go right for the roof, then work your way down with any leftover time you have.




goon1 


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Re: Advice on Exploring Old High Rise Hotels
< Reply # 2 on 10/12/2018 12:22 AM >
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Posted by TrixieSparrow
Go right for the roof


That was my plan last time. Find the stairs, find the roof. Do you think the higher floors will be more interesting than the lower? I was thinking that the nice rooms would most likely be at the top.




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