Every year loads the Bread & Butter for their exhibition opening party and usually let the guys and gals at Tempelhof think of something neat. In the summer, usually something smoothiger, in winter usually something crashing.
This year, the summer event was crashing – which was quite unplanned.
When you check in the Bread & Butter over the historical Tempelhof airport building got any guest 25 BBB-Euros, which can be squandering your mood with massive drinks and eating shops at Tempelhof Field. There was everything from frozen yoghurt, about Kiche, Käsespätzle, gebackene Bananen Cocktails, Beer to champagne and oysters.
So that you could set on a meadow, sit down at the beach or at a swimming pool in a specially created lounge chair. Great conditions for a chilly opening… Were it not for the view of the rain radar uh Mr. Mrs. Wolf was, the left not bode good.
Yet 45 Minutes, more 30 Minutes, in a quarter of an hour…. And then she came to, a real black front, Lightning storm on the horizon and. we were just a couple Käsespätzle, before we fled just before the end of the world into the airport building.
Extreme wind and rain, Massive lightning, the z.T. obviously smashing right next door we were waiting at the airport… Clear, The event was by, it was logical… But to be quite honest BBB, what should be the: Your announcements, that the event has ended and all visitors to leave the building immediately.
Maybe you have the sense of buildings not fully understood. Buildings serve primarily, not to face the weather unprotected. This then also means, that one goes IN a building within a fairly strong storm off a building and not going out.
I think, have understood it all, that the event was over, But you would have us calm during the storm as it flashed, thundered and poured with rain still able to offer a half-hour protection. The phrase “In this weather you hunt a dog in front of the door” also applies to visitors of Bread & Butter Exhibition.
The announcements had a somewhat unfriendly aftertaste actually a very nice event.