BEST WESTERN Leonardo Charleroi
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- Multilingual staff
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I was supposed to go straight from Istanbul to Morocco, but after making wonderful friends in S. America, I had rerouted my trip to also include Europe (Belgium, the Netherlands, and Denmark). Ever since moving to Colorado and being introduced to the microbrewery, New Belgium (you may know of Fat Tire), I fell in love with Belgian beers and have become quite a beer snob because of it. I'm no ...
... 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 ...
In the morning, Sofie from Bimpex picked us up (in the flash Merc) to go to the train station, because Eddy was disgusted that we had walked the 15min to our hotel the morning before! We left a box of chocolates for Eddy, but it was very little for the great time we had the previous day. Trains in Belgium are very efficient and run on time, we were soon in Brussels North Station, the only problem now was ...
We came, we saw, we went. update to come! Update: We really dont have much to say on this place. Werent super impressed... weather wasnt the best. Not the cleanest cities (thats speaking mildly).
The only good part: Meeting some AUSTRALIANS (yah! doing the circuit!) and our pub crawl host, Titch. What a funny and enthousiastic guy! Too bad we didnt meet him on the first day, it would've but things on Brussels in a better perspective!
... had enough strength to venture out into the cold, um, SUMMER weather, and we decided to hit up a museum for the afternoon. We decided on the MIM, Brussels' "Musical Instrument Museum". This place was founded in 1877, in order to show ancient instruments to Belgian students at the Royal Musical Conservatory. The museum features hundreds of antique instruments, many of which date from at least the early 1800s, though many date even earlier. When you enter the MIM, you get ...