Ibis Charleroi Centre Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- 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 ...
... with a baby seat, Murphy's Law says that this device would not be fitted, and unfortunately Murphy's law prevailed! This caused us a serious delay, as we had to find a shopping centre, a baby seat and fit it to the car. All the while Brett was adapting to driving on COMPLETELY the wrong side of the road in a fairly busy urban area. And when one drives on THE OTHER side, which way do you give way on roundabouts? Unsure, we are still ...
... grab a Belgian waffle instead. I hadn't had one yet, but everyone has been telling me to try one. There are places everywhere that you can get them and they're fairly cheap as well. I read that the locals usually eat them plain, while the ones that are loaded with toppings (like whipped cream and fruit) are for the tourists. I asked for a dark chocolate waffle which came drenched in chocolate sauce and sprinkles. It was extremely sweet, but I ate ...
... four hours we had a success or two and now have a full German gas bottle and a non-leaky regulator. It would seem that every country has its own brand of gas bottle and whilst the connections seem to be the same, you can't simply 'swap and go’ if the bottle is not the same brand. We hope that our full German bottle will now last until we get to Germany so we can change it there. After that who knows! Are you as confused as we are about ...
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 ...