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... Budapest has a habit of boasting incredible buildings that generally have no significance. "What's that one?!" "Oh its just a supermarket, wait no, a hostel". It can put any Parliament house or museum to shame.
On the second day it was time for a massage. Unfortunately we lacked male physique and couldn't visit the hot baths, so aromatherapy massages it was. That night we got dolled up and went out ...
... the main building is highly decorative with loads of architectural details and stained glass, and the stairs are amazing. Coming out of the train station on the main pedestrian street there were lots of shops, statutes, waffle or frites stands and the scenery was simply picturesque.
After we got distracted by a few shops and the famous ceilings of their shopping centres, we went to the ...
... costume". He is changed into a new costume daily and part of the fun for tourists is to check him out and see what his daily costume is.)
The fountain & mannekin was very small. Just took a few pictures and then headed back to the Grand Place (pretty much the only thing to do/see in Brussels....) at 11am to an outdoor cafe. I tried a beer called Kriek (which was red & tasted like cherries) and Tina had Hooegaarten, which was just a light ...
... ones in the bar later on and the bartender gave us a free round of them. There were some very drunk Belgians in the bar earlier on in the night, dancing and drinking. Smoking is also legal in pubs here which is a bit different. More different to that though, is the fact that patrons can bring in their dogs. These people had this massive dog just sitting under the table.
Monday was a very quiet day. Both of us were really exhausted and didn't really feel like ...
... to the ticket agent, we
decided on this extremely long train ride to Lyon, because we were
told that it's quite beautiful there, and also cheap after sitting
down and booking a room. God bless this laptop!
So here we are, travelling across
Belgium and France, not knowing if we'll even be able to make it to
our desired destination, but I'm sure it'll be a hell of a story
whatever happens... Life is pretty damn cool.