Balladins Superior Hotel Charleroi Airport
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... 6.5% ABV, but fruity and delicious. This would be the 'weakest' beer of the day in terms of ABV, but the flavor was great!
-Chimay Tripel: only available in Belgium, this is the counterpart to the popular brand often found in small, boutique beer shops around in San Diego. At 8.7%, we're feeling good after this flowery explosion of a beer.
-Malheau Blonde: Standing strong at 10%, this beer is dubbed "Bad Luck Blonde". It is named because this pineapple tasting beer was ...
... br> Each time that we've sat down at a bar to get Kim a cool new beer, she's offered me a sip, which I generally have, though I haven't liked anything so far. The beer that she got today was pretty light, and the bartender said that it was more like a champagne sort of beer. I ALMOST liked it, which is saying a lot for me. I tend to like more of the girly-alcohol-masking drinks (EG wine coolers). Hence, the title of this blog entry is very fitting. I've been drinking ...
... with the loveliest of welcomes for the host, Karl and his dog. This immediately picked up the slack of the initial impression of the city.
What kind of a hostel is it where you are given a most welcoming greeting and a free welcome drink? What kind of a hostel is it where your host joins you for breakfast every morning and is really interested in you and your enjoyment of Brussels.... where you come down for a quick breakfast an end ...
... 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 ...