Albert Inn

176 Avenue Albert, Vorst, Brussels-Capital Region, 1190, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Forest area of Vorst, is near Horta Museum (Musee Horta), Musée David et Alice van Buuren, Contretype, and Maison and Atelier Dubois.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Albert Inn Vorst

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    Travel Blogs from Vorst

    Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella arrive

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... door to go and fix it. Eventually we got through and into the marina which is also a sailing school.

    Steve wanted to try out Sasha (5) and Ella’s (2) life jackets to make sure they were the correct size for their weight as they wear them at all times on deck and to know they would do their job if the unthinkable happened. The children on the next boat were jumping in so that encouraged Sasha to follow Steve and ...

    Time in Belgium

    A travel blog entry by lamlouisa on Feb 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... was sure if the coming train would pass my station, so he adviced me to go back up and ask the info desk. I did so, yet when I just started asking the staff, the old man ran all the way up and asked me to follow him. He said I should board the train. I was kind of touched, since he said he waited for the train for an hour already, yet he still ran to catch me, risking his schedule.

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    Brussels Blitz

    A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... power even thou it is not a front runner today. It sits on the crest of the hill, which we gazed over for a few minutes, enjoying it's captivating view of the city. Then we walked past the royal palace and royal square and though the artificially designed Parc De Buxelles (Brussels is primarily French speaking) and after a brief lunch at a cafeteria cafe, we hit the Royal Museums of Fine Arts. It had a solid collection with some Flemmish Primitives, such as Hans Memling, ...

    Global Smurf Day in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 22, 2013

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... and a number going our way. We were first directed to one bus then it was full and we had to go to another bus, it did not have two seats together but had several single seats available. Once I indicated that I would sit in one of them the man in the seat offered Marg his, I must have appealed to his chivalry, as we could both sit together. The only other explanation was that I frightened him off.

    Then we hit the road, it was drizzling rain and it ...

    Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

    A travel blog entry by anne.nathan on Jun 16, 2013

    10 photos

    ... slate rock Lorelei rises up almost vertically to 132m above the water-level. Downstream, the river is at its narrowest and deepest (22m), so the Middle Rhine at this point used to be very difficult to navigate and the correct passage is clearly marked with buoys these days. Even in the 19th century, reefs and rapids made it extremely dangerous for ships to pass this point. The legend tells us, that a siren called "Lorelei" bewitched the hearts of the sailors and ...