Balladins Confort Charleroi

Route de la Basse Sambre, Montignies-sur-Sambre, Charleroi, Hainaut, 6061, Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Route de la Basse Sambre, Montignies-sur-Sambre, Charleroi.
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Travel Blogs from Charleroi

Paris - Brussels - Day 21

A travel blog entry by carleyandtommy on Dec 16, 2012

22 photos

... across the main square where massive boxes covered in white sheeting were put together in the shape of a Christmas tree and was lit up in alternating colours. The thing that made this so so cool was that the the four massive buildings locking in the square were old ancient buildings and each building were also alight and alternating colours coinciding with this modern day Christmas tree.No later than 2 minutes of standing there Christmas ...

Late Arrival

A travel blog entry by webpop on Nov 11, 2011

... go back down to the hotel lobby, and *poof* the manager popped up awake again, and said he would bring the water by our room. Which he did promptly and we tipped him 100rupee for the service and water.

Our room was small but clean, and as with most rooms in Asia, our roomkey had to be inserted in the slot by the doorway inorder to have power to the room. We turned on the AC, and it’s on full blast, there doesn’t seem to be any ...

Met my Waterloo

A travel blog entry by jamie_pete on May 14, 2011

5 photos

... turned to hills.

Even with a map and GPS it remains dificult to navigate into and out of large towns and cities. This day was no exception and as I rode into the outskirts of Brussels I missed a junction and the GPS went crazy and steered me straight into the heart of the city centre, on a Saturday! The place was bedlam, with weekend shoppers joined by throngs of people attending a massive carnival and rock concert in front of city hall. Roads were ...

Brussels Part One

A travel blog entry by csilver on Feb 06, 2011

... asleep early on anyway, and we slept and slept and slept until 11! That has been unheard of on this trip. It was the most glorious feeling in the world to wake up that well rested.  We took our time getting ready that morning and enjoyed fresh croissants and baguette for breakfast. Isabel's whole family is French and they live in a French-speaking suburb. Belgium's population is mostly split between French and Dutch, and Brussels, as the capital, is ...

Brussels: Food - 10, Metro - 3.

A travel blog entry by laurenandkaren on May 06, 2010

2 comments, 17 photos

... juice. We took the Metro to the Grand Place, which by now has become our main drag, to meet up with the rest of the bike tourists. There was a group of 5 men and 1 woman from DC (who told our tour guide that the first half of their group took her tour yesterday), one woman from Canada who is actually multi-cultural at this point since she has spent the last 12 years travelling all over Europe for her job, the 2 of us, and our tour guide, who was very excited that ...

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