Ibis Charleroi Centre Gare
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... going for a walk I learnt how too speak to ducks an I also learnt about how the gates worked. So one side of the gate had more water in it and the midlle and end didn't have as much so when a boat came they had a remote to open the closest gate an close the furtherst gate to fill the middle then they would close the first gate the open he second then they would carry on. My impression of Belgium was that it was clean and very old ...
Belgium, famous for its waffles, chocolate and beer. If this country isn't a recipe for getting fat then I don't know what is.
I arrived in the Belgian capital of Brussels after about 5 hours of multiple train changes.When I strolled out of the central train station I was a bit confused by all of the narrow winding streets that seemed to wind off into every imaginable direction. However, after following the tourist throngs I managed to find my way to the Grand Place, ...
... s nothing like and having high expectations only to be let down at every corner.
It’s big draw for visitors is a replica statue of mannequin pis or little peeing boy. It’s so tiny and not really all that different than anything you’ve seen before. What caught my eye were the colorful chocolate mannequins in windows and the Neon green mannequin outside a waffle shop. Now that was cool. Although my first night was a ...
... did not disappoint! The menu was filled with all types of mussels, and Cam settled on fried ones and I had the ones baked with cheese & snail butter. Of course add on their own craft beer and large-cut frites and it was a yummy meal with all of the Belgian specialties (and insert your own jokes about the 'MUSCLES from Brussels’ here, aka Jean-Claude Van Damme). Just as we were leaving lunch, the weather took a turn and we were stuck in a ...
... confronted by the awesome sight of the Butte du Lion, a huge black lion statue sitting atop a man-made hill overlooking the Waterloo battlefield (which is actually much closer to Braine-L'Alleud than the town of Waterloo, but I guess the image makers of the day figured "The Battle of Waterloo" had a much nicer and more memorable ring to it than "The battle of Braine-L'Alleud". ;)
I took the opportunity to check out some of the famous scenes of the ...