Formule 1 Charleroi

Address: Rue du Rosaire 10, Gosselies, Hainaut, 6041 , Belgium | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Rue du Rosaire 10, Gosselies.
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      Our stay in Brussels

      A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Apr 09, 2013

      11 photos

      ... churches everywhere! There are lots of museums and art galleries, most of which are housed in beautiful old buildings. We could have spent a month there!

      Apart from its buildings, Brussels is renowned for its beer, its chocolate and its lace. Robert sampled a few of the beers and we both enjoyed the most delicious hot chocolate – a number of times! It was especially welcome on the ...

      Brussels: Waffles, beer and fancy looking stuff

      A travel blog entry by emizner on Feb 28, 2012

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... chatting with me in Spanish. Never got around to why on Earth he spoke Spanish in Brussels (a city already trilingual in French, Flemmish and English), but that was that. The sandwich was good, anyways.

      After eating, I headed down in the direction of the Grand Place, the center square in Brussels. This is when things started getting very obviously touristy. I was previously a little perplexed as to where all the stereotypical Belgian stuff ...

      Thunks from somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean

      A travel blog entry by nyckelly3 on Feb 02, 2011

      1 photo

      So here we are: 37,000 feet above the earth following the same path I was on almost 15 years later. Still the same skin. Still the same curiosity about the mysterious world around me. The only things different are a few gray hairs and an unwelcome fear about all the things that could happen; that might happen; things that keep the ordinary person from ever leaving home.

      But I did leave home. Many, many, times. And I owe ...

      The A Team & Fish Nuts

      A travel blog entry by passportday2010 on Aug 02, 2010

      1 comment

      So after pushing through France we arrived in Belgium, and found a football pitch to pull up on, it was soooo great, our first nights bush camping!

      During the trip you are in a group for cooking and truck duties, I am in a group with Peaches (Rob), Mr T (Travis) and Nicky (she's not got a nick name yet), and we decided to name ourselves The A Team, we also managed to agree to go first, so we arrived ...

      Belgium smells like chocolate

      A travel blog entry by patandlexie on Jun 25, 2010

      1 comment

      ... full and realized it wasn't that good after all. We ate lazagna and spaghetti with ham and cheese.

      After our dinner we layed low in the hostel bar for the night because the city was dead, It was nice to relax for the night though. Our bartender was very nice and gave us the low down on the customs of brussels (no tipping required) and we met a lot of other travelers who had just arrived that day as well. One of the ...