Albert Inn

Address: 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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    Travel Blogs from Vorst

    Journeys through Europe

    A travel blog entry by pilgrimsjourney on Jul 14, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... old castle ruins which were great to see! That night was very interesting. We found a campground and were going to camp there. We found someone who worked at the campground, a boy of a about sixteen. We asked him how much a site was. He told us we couldn't camp because a storm was coming. We said we will quickly set up our tent and hide in it for the storm. He said, "no, you won't have time to set up the tent". We said "it's just a little tent, besides it doesn't look like it is going ...

    Boys who pee and fruity blonds...

    A travel blog entry by emfletche on Apr 04, 2015

    4 photos

    ... table vacant in this tiny bar, we grab it and peruse the menu. Yes, as in Bruges, Brussels has menus for its beer, listing the type, the brewery, the cost and (most importantly) the strength. I’ve done a little research before this trip, and I know I want a “fruity” beer. Or a “blond” beer. What I don’t want, but what I inadvertently ask for, is a “fruity blond”. The bemused (or confused) barmaid ...

    Land of Beer and Chocolate

    A travel blog entry by browne2014 on Jul 26, 2014

    30 photos

    ... boy weeing"! Next stop: "Le Manneken Pis"! This statue of the ******* boy turned out to be disappointingly small, but drew a large crowd, as it is apparently the most famous statue in Brussels. We soon found a graffiti homage called Manneken Peace, which was arguably more impressive! Next we made our way to the palace, an impressive building where for the next two hours we learnt all about the history of the Belgium royal family and the King's ...


    A travel blog entry by whereamigoing on Jun 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... after Amsterdam, I rode a bike to a windmill and am very happy I did! Most of the 8 kilometer ride was along a canal path but the ride through the square made me nervous. The cottages along the ride were adorable. They looked like something out of a book. We passed horses, and cows along the way and to make the the bike ride along a canal to a windmill even more quaint, there were sheep when we got there. ...

    If It's Tuesday, We Must Be in Belgium!

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2014

    24 photos

    ... bar with some of the best ambiance I have ever felt. Great old establishment. And Chris introduced me to a beer that I wasn't sure I would like...I was wrong. Wendy says it is supposed to be the best beer in the world because it has the best balance of the best ingredients. After a while, I was convinced. It's called Trappist Westvleteren. Apparently it's brewed by monks who only brew enough to keep the monastery going. She ...