Weiner Snitzel and 1st Class Flights – Berlin Recap…
Ahh beautiful Berlin.
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The party as you can imagine was great as shown in the last bloggy blog.
Good Food, interesting people, and I can vouch for the good music.
There was Stuff for all ages – Facepainting for the “kids”, Fotomat and even Balloons ;) Yeah ok. So what. I got convinced to get facepainted on my neck. shut up.
As much fun as the party was, the experience of berlin and chillin in this historic cultural town was even better…
From the moment we got on the plane it was gonna be a good trip. My manager and I got upgraded from coach to First Class Fo FREEZY because Coach got oversold. Its like when racism works in your favor.
1st class is definitely nice… not worth it if I actually had to pay for it, but compared to coach, its another world ;)
The day the block party was supposed to happen got rained out unfortunately, so we turned it into a tourist day. With our friend and fellow Hypebeast blogger Artoo, Phil G from Soto/MADE, and Thomas and Stephan, we got to see the city thru the eyes of the locals.
Kerin Cycle Culture Cafe was an early stop on the West Berlin Side for some coffee…
A quick stop at one of the local record shops – where I of course spent money I shouldn’t …
AND OntoTHE BERLIN WALL
I got my passport Stamped ;) Dork.
Finally, we attempted to check out the new Damien Hirst Show at the museum, but missed it by half an hour. my fault for spending so much time at the record store :( BUT, we did get to see some other small pieces… Some dude name warhol for example ;)
The night before we hit up a spot called BAR 25 by the River that is known for being an all weekend party affair. Beautiful Spot with amazin food…
At this spot, I had the most excellent Weiner Snitzel . Breaded veal I believe. Delicious. and Very German. Like Sprockets.
All of this was great ;) Berlin is a beautiful town, but our last stop there was a place called
the MADE creative space, and that was the HIGHLIGHT. That my friends, will be for tomorrows blog….
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