BEST WESTERN Leonardo Charleroi
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Saying goodbye was weird but not as bad as I thought it would be. Now I can completely focus on the travel ahead and finally start enjoying the fact that I'm going to Spain. After asking a lot of questions and getting more questions then answers since most people speak Spanish who are going to Santander, I am finally in my line waiting to board the plane. Unfortunately the ...
... making me giddy, knowing that some of New Belgium's history started there. Visiting this brewery made me reminisce about home and my friends who enjoy their beer.
I was graciously welcomed by David's family into their home in Montigny-le-Tilleul, about an hour south of Brussels. The English within the family ranged from fairly good to basically non-existent, but everyone made so much effort ...
... boots and socks on the air dryers and this really helped as they were high powered dryers.
We got on the train, spent 2 hours travelling and by lunch we were in Brussels!
If you have never heard of Brussels, it is basically known for 3 things-it’s architecture, which is both medieval and modern depending on where you are; Chocolate-as in Belgian chocolate…the best thing you could ever want to eat that puts all other chocolate to shame ...
... 300 plus year old buildings. It takes you back in time and reminds you again just how young our country is. As we were walking a table opened up at one of the restaurants lining the square. We quickly grabbed the table and ordred a sample of beer and some food. This was probably one the best seats in all of Brussels, sitting with the Grand Palace right there. After our meal, we walked around a little more, tried some chocolate, and headed back for the night.
First trip with au-pair family was not so exciting but was good to get a quick look at a city I'd otherwise bypass. And hey, now I've been to Belgium!
Nice scenery on the drive there. Driving around the city was a bit more chaotic than Germany.
Housing was similar to Holland. Nice vibe to the city. A few funny traditional/modern contrasts like the coke billboard atop of a historic-looking building.