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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    Travel Blogs from Gosselies

    Fast away the old year passes....

    A travel blog entry by gallopmonkey on Jan 05, 2014

    1 comment

    ... orange, and down below, the ferries and small boats looked like toys on a miniature village set. Soon, it was dark, and we were setting down in Vancouver, the lights on the North Shore mountains strangely, comfortingly familiar. I made my way to my gate after speaking with several YVR employees (YVR has to be my favourite airport. It’s clean, the wifi is free, and the staff are helpful) and got my boarding pass, as I’d had issues ...

    Amazing Brussels

    A travel blog entry by vegi_table on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... I digress. This visit was different, but it sure brought back those memories.

    Our visit was, of course, in hot weather, and the days were so long, with the square filled will tourists and locals sitting in the shade on the cobblestones eating ice creams and drinking Belgian Bier. The atmosphere was electric with joy and celebration…and as we found out, there was also good reason as National day was coming up and the king was abdicating ...


    A travel blog entry by hastalapasta on Jun 14, 2012

    ... the most eloquent and creative of sentences "Are those your eyes?" In a moment we were seated with a free glass of wine (don't worry Taylor watched him pour it from a fresh bottle). As the saying goes, nothing in life is free. As anyone who took Bob Keefer's social psych class would know; we got suckered into the reciprocity effect. Soon we had a menu and were ordering an authentic Spanish meal of paella in Brussels, ...

    Belgian Brief

    A travel blog entry by ontheroa on Jun 14, 2011

    34 photos

    ... shopping strip humming with youthful energy and funds.

    This city was heavily destroyed by the Germans but rebuilt thankfully after WW2 with a lot of help from America. However a lot of gothic architecture and manuscripts were destroyed.

    Leuven is situated on the way to Keerbergen (Breda's family home where we will have dinner with my Flemish Nephews Sean and Dean whom I don't see nearly enough of!) We have a very pleasant lunch here just looking at ...

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

    A travel blog entry by bouzie1982 on Sep 06, 2010


    Urgh! First major travel snafu. I had an early morning train ticket to Amsterdam, so I should've gone to bed early! Instead, I went back out to Le Marais. There was a good reason! I’ve been getting really annoyed by Australians at the hostel. They have a well-earned reputation of being crazy partiers and sort of self-centered and ignorant. So when the Aussies in my room introduced me to a gay Aussie who wanted to go ...