Balladins Superior Hotel Charleroi Airport
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... days – after our sightseeing, we’d treat ourselves to a hot chocolate!
Unfortunately, Robert caught a cold and was out of action for 2 days and then gave the cold to Margaret – too much sharing!!!! So, that spoilt our plans for travelling to other parts of Belgium and, other than Brussels, we only managed to get to Bruges for a day – our last day in Belgium.
... frieds, waffles, chocolates, etc), because it doesn't exist around the EU parliament area. However, the Grand Place was a hive of touristy junk.
The Grand Place is more or less a square surrounded by really fancy looking buildings, including Town Hall which is the biggest of the fancy looking buildings. Also within the Grand Place is the Belgian Brewers building (says something about the power of the brewery within this country when it's ...
... my bravery to the fact that I haven't forgotten where home is. Those people will always be there and I can go back whenever I decide I’ve had enough of this journey (not that I ever intend to).
I may have grown older and wiser, but I’ve also grown more paranoid (since I’ve seen how amazing life can be and I cherish it more than ever) so I’m finding it more challenging to balance out my instincts. ...
... football pitch and setup camp. Anyway we all worked together and managed to serve Spag Bol to 42 people and everyone said it was great (well, everyone was that tired and hungry they would of ate anything!!)
So I have been given the nick name "fish nuts" due the allergy thing!!! Everyone thinks it rather funny, I named Rob peaches due to the fact that he is allergic to peaches!! I am hoping ...
... for us that day was meeting Mustafa, he was from Algeria and we managed to hang out and hold a conversation with him using broken spanish, french, and english. He didn't speak English and we didn't speak any of his four languages.
The next morning we got up pretty early to go sight-seeing. At first it was a gloomy day but at least the city was active. We saw all the "neccesary" buildings and cathedrals and took a stroll through ...