Ibis Charleroi Centre Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... late (it's like I'm taking a Dutch bus -_-). Obviously I am sat down :). I love the moment when you are about to fly and you think of all the plane crashes that have happened. Totally loving it. So I'm in the plain, sat next to a Flemish couple. So that's nice. Apparently our plain was still being used, well I'm all nice and seated now :). People across the path are ...
... and get to know me. And much to my amusement, they had around 17 animals (cats, a dog, turtles, chickens, a duck, a parrot, and iguanas). David and I went on a few day trips to Brussels, Brugge (a quaint and beautiful city with canals and stone roads), and his university town of Mons.
I don't know whether it was the brisk weather or too much Belgian beer, crepes, and waffles, but I ...
... stop, Botanique, where we walked to our hostel and checked in. We went up to our room and dropped off our things, then headed back down to the reception and went to the bar out the back to try our first proper Belgian beers! We decided we would take photos of all the beers we try while we're here, then make a collage or something cool with them. We ended up chatting with a couple who were there, Gabi and Guille from Venezuela, and had a good ...
... apparently looking out for us, because the train had been held. (Maybe there were a large number of passengers from our train trying to get to Arlon.) Whatever the reason, we ran from our platform, up the stair, across the railway station, and down to the Arlon platform. We clambered aboard the train as the whistle blew.
This fortuitous holding of the train meant that we left Namur late as well, and ...
... store established in the late 1800s. The museum holds more than 7,000 instruments from all over the world and includes listening points to hear the instruments being played, an exhibit showing how pianos are constructed and local folk instruments.
I attended a Sunday afternoon concert at the Bozar, formerly named Palais des Beaux-Arts. It turned out to be student musicians collaborating ...