Formule 1 Charleroi

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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    Belgium the beautiful

    A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 14, 2012

    ... and they made the experience that much better), we were off once more.

    Our next stop was to a bar dubbed "Image of Our Lady", which coincidentally was the oldest bar in Belgium, standing for over 400 years and still going strong. While not the busiest pub I've ever seen, it too had the local appeal and rightly's been around forever it seems like. With the ambiance in place, we consumed the following (in order).
    -Bourgogne des Flandres: a blueberry beer boasting ...

    Chugging Coffee, Sipping Beer

    A travel blog entry by chfarnsworth on Jul 11, 2011

    So, I really like coffee. I've been getting at least one cup in every city, and each has been quite an adventure--Georgia has had the most variable quality, Brussels the most general variety. Kim, on the other hand, is NOT a coffee person. However, she DOES like beer, and so she's been trying beers in different places, like I've been trying coffee (please note: Kim has not been drinking nearly as much beer as I have been coffee, I don't want this to come off the wrong way haha:-). ...


    A travel blog entry by col.caf on Sep 14, 2010

    1 comment, 37 photos

    Brussels was really my first stop where I would have any significant amount of time. I was leaving from Paris on Monday evening and staying for three nights. I arrived into the south station and hopped on a tram to my hostel. My first impressions of Brussels were not so good, streets were narrow and not well lit making them dodgy looking. I guess I was pretty tired and beautiful Paris had left pretty big shoes to fill. On arriving in the hostel I ...

    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 ...