Hotel Balladins Charleroi / Airport

Address: Rue Santos-Dumont 39, Gosselies, Hainaut, 6041, Belgium | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Rue Santos-Dumont 39, Gosselies.
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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Balladins Charleroi / Airport Gosselies

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Gosselies

        Fast away the old year passes....

        A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 05, 2014

        1 comment

        ... before. The flight took off only 20 minutes late, and was largely uneventful, though quite uncomfortable, as my seat was right in the middle of a row. British Airways has vastly improved their food since the last time I flew with them, and it is actually tasty. Highly recommended. Upon arrival in London, I felt dreadful and spent four and a half hours wandering around like a zombie, forcing myself to eat something and watching the crowds.

        Amazing Brussels

        A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 18, 2013

        15 photos

        ... with his son taking his place – yes, it all happens in Europe, just like that! The main streets and the side streets of the old town area were like a picture book – beautiful buildings and chocolate shops and waffle stands. The sad point of our trip – and listen up vegans and vegetarians – we couldn’t find a Belgian chips stand ANYWHERE that served chips fried in vegetable oil. What a shame…we were so looking forward ...


        A travel blog entry by hastalapasta on Jun 14, 2012

        ... If I closed my eyes and took a bite I would have definitely thought I was eating right off of the ocean floor. Although I wasn't a fan of the food I couldn't help but appreciate every moment: the old cobble stone streets, the endless pleas of the store employees to lure people into their restaurants, and the accordion player traveling down the street with his son lagging behind with his tambourine. We then gave into the ...

        Belgian Brief

        A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Jun 14, 2011

        34 photos

        ... Town Hall and St Peter's Church and listening to those very melodic bells every 15 minutes. A good way to spend the day and nothing tastes better than Stella Artois on a hot day in Leuven.

        This was a very brief four day trip to Belgium, however I've been here twice before and this time it was nice taking time for catching up and chatting over dinner with my "big" sisters and those much bigger boys.

        Now I'm off to Sunny Spain....see you again soon gang.

        Amster...CRAP! .. Brussels (Bruxelles)

        A travel blog entry by bouzie1982 on Sep 06, 2010


        ... a gay place, I figured it might’ve been a good opportunity for me to get rid of the nasty stereotype. Also, I like to drink. We ended up going to a smallish bar/club in Le Marais. It being a Sunday night, the place definitely wasn’t jumping. We still had fun, and that Australian guy was pretty cool to talk to. We’re good mates now. After the first place, we followed a Canadian guy, Tristan, and some ...