Leonardo Hotel Charleroi-City
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... the village is open till late (or early, depending on how you would define 06:00).
A word of advice: As Bruxelles has a lot of museums, and some are bound to float someone's boat, keep in mind that pretty much all museums are closed on Mondays. And thus we missed on the Comic strip museum, and instead opted for walking around the historic centre, and indeed its outskirts, and check out some of the roughly 50 frescoes decorating the area. The ...
... just a couple blocks. But it wasn’t a bad walk and we could see the transformation of the city as we walked. One minute we were near old town squares and palaces, and the next moment you feel like you are in NYC with tall modern buildings and business men going to work. It’s quite the bustling city as well! Eventually we made it to the huge park. The Parc and Palais du Cinquantenaire were built for the Golden ...
... stop in Charleroi, this time by 15 km. But I had a friendly NE wind helping me along and when I spotted a horizontal wind sock was all the more grateful that it wasn't a head wind.
Saw a large number of club cyclists out in groups, some with 30 or more riders, and all keen to shout encouragement (at least, I think that's what they were shouting!) As I travelled further south the Flemish language gave way to French and with it, rather coincidentally, the ...
... a perfect way to end the Great Beer Tour of Brussels.
Our ten hostelmates were not as happy as we were with our graceful and super quiet entrance - especially when Kara lost her keycard and had to knock to get back in. **** it - we wont see them ever again and thats what you get for paying $20 to sleep.
We promptly checked out at 1:30 pm (check out was at 10:30) - and lost our key deposit.
...Hey, when in ...
... heading off for their adventure soon and we won't be able to speak to them again for a few weeks.
Eventually we were set, and headed down to the metro. After messing around a bit trying to get change (another stupid machine that only accepted coins when we only had notes) we had our day tickets and were on the train. First stop was the Arc de Triomphe (similar to the Parisian one I suppose in that it commemorates Napoleans triumph?). We got off at the station and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeonardo Hotel Charleroi-City
Ik moest een hotel vinden kort bij het station aangezien ik de volgende dag redelijk vroeg op de luchthaven moest zijn.
Badkamer redelijk oud en niet echt verzorgd. Redelijk oude kamer met heel wat sleet zichtbaar.
Proper, maar niet meer dan dat. Nochtans voor de prijs (50 EUR) mocht het toch iets meer zijn.
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