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Nimbus007 Nimbus007 46-50, M 18 Answers Aug 25 in Community

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I would probably have to sell it to pay the property taxes!

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I'd restore...no theme park for me.

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If I had the means, I would restore it to it's proper state.

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Original state.

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Restore it.. I would not want tourists trashing it.

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Keep it as it was in his best days, of course... otherwise it would be a sin...or an act of ignorance...

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When I visited Germany in 1992, my brother in law ran me through over a dozen castles. I had asked to see CATHEDRALS. Castles are boring. Tear it down, they're dull and there are too many. In England there's crumbly castles all over the place. A nice, modern resort, b and b style, with gently landscaped grounds and day trips offered to nearby historic locations, could be a hit with the honeymoon crowd.

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You mean I can't tear it down and build a shopping mall or parking lot on the property? But that's the American way.

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I would restore it, I love castles!!!!

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Restore it

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Restore and give tours. And for Halloween make a boss scarehouse

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Orignal state

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Theme park because there's no way I'm staying in a most likely to be haunted castle.

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Restore and have a tv series filmed in it to pay for it

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A theme park. There are a lot of restored castles to see.

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