On 20th November we hired a bus and drove all the way to Liège, a city not so frequently visited by Belgians from the other region. During the morning we had a terrific guiding tour along the most prominent places and buildings and we learned about some legends and - what is even more interesting to know - the way people used to and still live here. After all these stories we went to have a drink. Some of us tried the local pékèt, which is like gin, jenever or schnaps. Warmed up, we made a short tour over the huge (6 km of stands in total) market to end up at the museum where we would enjoy the exhibition of Europalia Russia. Pity something went wrong with the reservation of a guide, but nevertheless we enjoyed all those paintings from previous Russia. We spent almost an hour in that particular exhibition. Misko suddenly had the brilliant idea to ask if there are other levels and works we could visit. Few minutes later we went all up till 4th floor and walked our way down again. Another hour went by and now it was time to return to the bus that was waiting in front of La maison du tourisme. Till next activity!