Ibis Charleroi Centre Gare
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... I'm particular about what I like, and in Belgium, the selection is magnificent. It was a bit underwhelming, but David (my Belgian friend) and I visited 't Brugs Beertje in Bruges, one of the breweries where Jeff the founder of New Belgium learned to make his beer. It looked like a typical pub, but I suppose he got some special treatment the day he visited. Anyway, I saw a Fat Tire tin sign on the ...
... is north? It is very hard to tell on an over cast day with tall buildings all around. After a bit of help from google maps we dropped our bags off at the 0 star hotel (cheaper than hostels and you get your own room). We then went off to explore the city. We walked through some very flash shopping centers and ended up at the town square where the buildings had great detail and plenty of gold paint which ...
After a fantastic 2 days in Amsterdam, onto the train to Brussels we went! 3 hours later, in beautiful Belgium we arrived. Our hostel actually turned out to be outside the centre of Brussels, so being totally clever bunnies- we ditched our bags in the left luggage at the station and began our adventure around the centre of Brussels. We fell in love with Brussels the minute we left the ...
... to an automatic music player which, depending on which exhibit you stand in front of, will play a sample of the exhibited instrument.
Kim and I spent a few hours in the MIM, which is much larger than it looks. It is 10 stories in all--it's just a very thin building, which is confusing. We finished our tour by eating some delicious cake, and drinking some incredible coffee, on the 10th floor of the museum, which is famous for its view over the city. Pictures are soon to come!!!
Prior to making the trip I was advised of the importance of starting each day with a good breakfast containing lots of protein to see me through the whole ride. Carbohydrates, it was explained, were good too, but would be used up quickly and the body would then need something else to burn, or it would turn on itself and I would start losing weight pretty fast. Well the advice proved to be very accurate, as on those days where it simply was not possible to get a ...