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"Lake Velence is a pint-sized version of Lake Balaton, and the summer brings sunbathers, swimmers, anglers and stalls hawking lángos, palacsinta, cheap beer and wine.The shallow lake is both one of the warmest in Europe and one of the best for angling in Hungary; it is surrounded by small fishing villages, and the moored boats are indicative of the local fondness for casting a line or two." Hungary: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com

The Budapest Street Food Experience with Craft Beer Tasting Discover Hungarian cuisine in a new and unique way! Led by local guides with native experience, this walking tour introduces you to the real and non-commercial life of Hungarian people and their eating and drinking habits with tastings along the way.Explore Budapest and its cuisine with a native and local guide! The walking tour starts by visiting traditional Hungarian food producers at a local market in down town Bud...

Budapest Craft Beer Tour Explore the Budapest craft beer scene on this special tour in partnership with Éleszto Craft Beer Garden. Learn about the breweries and how the different beers are produced, while getting a taste of the best local Hungarian craft beers. Beer tasting and a bottle of limited edition rebranded Budapest Local beer are included included in this tour.Led by one of our local craft beer experts, this 4-hour English tour will take you to multiple craft beer bar...

from Culture Trip

The 10 Best Restaurants in Brussels

Brussels, Belgium, Universally acclaimed as one of the best spots for authentic fare in the capital, Fin de Siècle is all about the heavy, hearty flavours of Belgian cuisine – get ready to taste the classic sausage and stoemp (mashed potatoes) smothered in a thick sauce, the ever-local carbonnade, which is Belgium’s mouth-watering answer to the Hungarian goulash, and numerous other delicacies best washed down with a glass of beer.

from allposters.com

Harry Houdini, King of Cards

Harry Houdini was a Hungarian-American stunt performer from Appleton, WI, he was noted for his sensational escape acts. He first attracted notice as "Harry Handcuff Houdini" on a tour of Europe, where he challenged different police forces to try to keep him locked up. Wikipedia The Houdini Museum is in Appleton, WI.

from ArchDaily

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