This just in from Munich: a former sauerkraut factory, closed down due to a severe drop in demand of the offensive German dish, has been turned into an undersea restaurant. Of sorts.
The founders of Divers World spotted that the factory was nicely tiled and could be turned into a giant swimming pool. Keeping the interior walls meant creating caves; and knocking out the interior windows created holes for divers to slip through. The dive school attracts customers from as far afield as Poland and Bulgaria, a testament to not just the brilliance of the idea but to the dirth of dive spots in northern Europe.
After their dive, punters then pop down to the restaurant where they can make those silly dive gestures to their buddies through the port holes. A-O-K mein vriend!
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