Wow, Hans, you're much better reporter than the guide. Trust me, if Han says to go one way, choose the opposite
So the Bielefeld part started with the journey by car. I changed with Adriano so that I was on the back seat hoping I can get some sleep but unfortunately I'm so compassionate that I couldn't stand the thought that Hans and Adrian must be awake. Marco didn't have such a problem, he was snoring next to me
After all, I got the DJ's job
I don't know all the details about our meeting with the polizei, but they had such an angel faces that I believe it must have been nice
Next day [or rather the same] I woke up way too early so I was full of energy and rested. At least I had enough time to paint my nails
We went together to the Park, first to see what it all looked like. First thing - we were completely we could just entered this place and nobody asked us about anything. The second - MUD. Mud everywhere.Ok, never mind, such things won't stop us I thought.
Later we went to the Museum where Heiko (Sailor Charon) told us some really interesting things, both in English and German and I don't know how but I undertood some of the German he told. i don't know how you did it Heiko must it must be kind of talent
We saw some old vinyl sleeves and half of them were verious editions of the Lonesome Crow. There were also some old ohotos, articles and the guitar we took some photos with. We wrote in to the book showing the support of people from different countries and I got one of 10 [?I believe] posters so it was a really limited edition in the full meaning of this name. Thanks Hans
There were one guy who was at the concert in 76 if I remember well. He told nobody would expect at that time the Scorpions'll become so popular. We also met there Bruno and Patrice who later standed next to me during the show
A, I must add there was playing the music, 70s of course. Fly to the rainbow, Life's like a river, The Sailor of Charon. Perfect soundtrack for these stories
After this we went to eat something (old good McDonald's is always ready) and then standed in the queue. This girl from Poland was Agnieszka and yes, we talked a bit so that the time pas
sed faster. Unfortunately we weren't standing later together but mam nadzieję, że ci sie podobało:D I udalo się, zahrali Always Somewhere, tak jak chciałaś
...let's come back to the story
when the gates were opened we started running of cours. All I can say is that I'm quite proud of myself, in Bielefeld it was much harder to get the first row for me, cause in our gates there were about 89 people before me and as later Patrice and Bruno told me, there were also 2 more gates on the side of the Park which were closer to the stage. So..finally I know that going to the gym for the whole year wasn't pointless
Good to know what was the name of the support band. The inner Burning. Great name, in fact everything was burning inside of me when I heard it. It was quite funny to see people faces when they were listening of them and the face of the security guy in front of me - PRICELESS
Fortunately it didn't take too long and than the Scops show started. Honestly, I liked much for the one from Schweinfurt. The audeince was much louder and one could really feel they took part in the show. There was the same setlist, with Always Somewhere at the end - thanks God!], pyrotechnics and piramid.I got the towel from Pawel and pick from Rudolf. Adrian passed me later Matthias pick cause he has many of them
Aaa...I forgot to add that before the show came Sarah and Niko and it was really nice to hear their wishes for me. Niko hugged me in such a bear-like way so that I could hardly breath
One woman surprised me [which later appeared she was Karin? do I remember well?] cause she also wished me happy birthday as her was on the next day
anyway we didn't understand each other at all cause I don't speak German and she almost doesn't speak English but still she was quite nice
During the show Torsten Hilse took some photos, I didn't see him until he smiled at me
Maybe he'll add them later to his FB of somewhere.
After the show we saw Wolfgang Dziony so we took some photos with him. What a pity he didn't come to the Museum, after all it was his era
Later we also met David Cz. again, unfortunately I didn't see Lars though he wasn't that far from me.
So now I'd like to thank all of you: Adriano, Marco, Hans, Alizee, Milnee, your friend Arthur [did I write it correctly? did you finally find him?:D], Agnieszka, Bruno, Patrice, David, Heiko, Piotr, Janna, Sarah, Niko. Lars, sorry i didn't see you. Alfred, sorry that I didn't recognise you. I mean, I knew I saw you somewhere before but I had no idea where
So it might have lookd a bit tactless
Did I forget anyone here? I hope not
Schweinfurt part will come later.