I arrived late and was too tired to go anywhere for dinner, so I went to the hotel restaurant.
It’s usually the worst possible option, but this time I was lucky.
I found my beloved Patatas Bravas and managed my “a burger in each city” mission in one go:
VMworld EMEA 2019 in Barcelona
On the following day, I did the usual pre-event booth check, and, as expected, it wasn’t ready:
So, what to do?
A walk through the city, of course!
Followed by cocktails and a gorgeous sunset:
Our booth was ready when the exhibition started:
Before the attendees arrived, my colleague Leon and I walked through the halls.
And sometimes, you want to do precisely what you aren’t supposed to do:
And here’s me doing what I do best, and Leon is most likely judging me right now:
Yeah, then this happened.
I have no idea who was the main act at the party on the last day, and I have no memory of the evening.
One of those days…
Our event organizer, a lovely lady from our office in Scotland, later said, “For the first time in my life, I’ve seen a German dude dancing.”
I guess I had fun.
If I only knew who was on stage!
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