BEST WESTERN Leonardo Charleroi
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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 ...
... Belgium specialties ( or at least their cliques manifestations) to the tourists and visitors. Belgium is the HQ of NATO and the capital of the European Union and Belgium, so a bulk of it's visitors are businessmen, politicians, aids, and lobbyists. Nearby we passed by lace and tapestry shops, both important exports from the city as well as chocolates and beer, and even dipped into a few cafés, famous for their early 1900s decor. We then ended up at small statue of ...
... drank a lot of water. For entertainment, the kids had the iPads, Joe had an English/French newspaper from Karin, and I had my knitting.
We must have made up some time on route, because we pulled into Namur at 12:45. Looking at the itinerary, you'll see that the train to Arlon was scheduled to leave from Namur at 12:41, and we were sure that we'd have to wait for another train. But, the god of ...
... of the Belgian National Orchestra. All the announcing was in Dutch. Some familiar music though.
Earlier I’d read a small book about famous Belgians – there are many significant historical figures, artists, cartoonists, actors, scientists, etc. Here are a few: Adolphe Sax, "father" of the saxophone; actor Jean-Claude van Damme; Agatha Christie character Hercule Poirot; singer ...