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... taken a bit more time there. Thanks for the suggestion, Elise. I had some time to go to the Magritte Museum. Again, I like art museums that focus on one artist. If you're not familiar with his name, you probably still know his work. He painted the man with a bowler hat and a green apple for a head (think Thomas Crown Affair) and a bird that is painted like clouds in the sky. I never take audio guides in art museums but wished I did in this ...
... Finally we had it all set with a decent rate, and then the bomb dropped on the whole thing. I have three cards with me, but they are all debit cards. Apparently you NEED to have a credit card to rent a car, and a debit card just won’t do. It makes no sense to me at all, but after all that planning and getting really excited about driving around for a week, I am not even allowed to rent a car. I was pretty ******.
I stayed at the hostel ...
... to get out.
An older gentleman noticed us looking confused and asked us where we were trying to go. He told us that it wasn't coming for at least another hour. He said we should take the train and that there was a train station down the road. So he walked with us to the train station and said the next train was coming soon and we could go all the way to the town we needed to get to. He was quite the lifesaver. After he left we tried to buy our ...
... because technically we stayed there for a night, but no one was in the mood to argue anymore. He was kind enough to call us a taxi and warned us hay we would not find any hotel that had room available for us. We looked homeless, wearing our pajamas with boots on carrying our bags and jackets. We took a cab to one hotel that was in the complete opposite direction of the city center. When we got there they said they had no rooms available, we walked across the street to ...
... to rule in our motherland.
The Black Sea will smile and grandfather Dnieper will rejoice,
For in our own Ukraine fortune shall shine again.
Our persistence and our sincere toils will be rewarded,
And freedom's song will throughout all of Ukraine resound.
Echoing off the Carpathians, and across the steppes rumbling,
Ukraine's fame and glory will be known among all nations.
-Pre 2003 lyrics to Ukrainian national ...