Be & Be

Address: Rue Paul Spaak, 30, Ixelles, Brussels-Capital Region, 1050, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Ixelles area of Ixelles, is near Bois de la Cambre and Foret de Soignes, Avenue Louise, Place du Chatelain, and Rue Defacqz.
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    Off to Belgium...

    A travel blog entry by tamimarie14 on Jun 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... soda, but we were on our way! Funny story! We arrived in Leuven on different trains!! How did this happen? Here goes...we took a train from Paris to Brussels and had a 20 min wait until the train to Leuven departed. So, we put Joaquin and our luggage on the train and Tami went to get water. When Tami returned, the train was GONE! Turns out, we were on a subway-type train and ...

    Brussels to Ypres

    A travel blog entry by normandy14 on Jun 02, 2014

    18 photos

    Today we travelled to Ypres, after breakfast we did some shopping. Frank needed a new white shirt, as he left his at home. Dan and I went to see Mannekin Pis. Train ride was fast and when we arrived in Ypers we could not get a taxi. So what did we do? Walked to a Cafe and ordered 3 beers and a taxi. Then we got to our room and unpacked and went for, you guessed it - another beer and Croque Monsieur. Went for a walk and then picked up Frank and went for dinner. Flemish stew ...

    First Day Delirium

    A travel blog entry by costin on Sep 30, 2013

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... Viven Imperial IPA, a draft beer this time and again a step up in terms of colour and flavour, getting quite dark now, but still with the freshness you would expect from an IPA. I had no idea what the percentage was because they don't seem to label things as clearly in terms of percentage, but judging by the taste I'm guessing it was another strong one! Mindful of our early start again the next day and with the 9% Beer taking effect, we called it a ...

    More mussels in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by baileyj on Sep 17, 2013

    1 comment

    ... for someone named Frank Brangwyn. I had not heard of him but he was born in Bruges in 1867 but left as a young boy. He lived in England mainly and some time in the U.S. He had some really interesting works and seemed to do art and drawings in all kinds of different methods: oil, etchings, litho, art-wood carvings, charcoal. In the 20th century, he was unusual as an artist since he did commercial work for advertising and selling war bonds.Again it was cold ...

    Brussels Atomium

    A travel blog entry by fokkensfamily on Sep 14, 2013

    9 photos

    ... names so we couldn't compare it to the regular street map). Anyway, our friends from dinner the night before and all of the tourism information lead us to the Atomium, a 120m high iron atom model. The whole thing is made of steel and aluminium and at 120m I am sure you can imagine it is enormous, I wasn't keen to go up but we paid and I caught the escalators and stairs through the 5 or 6 parts which serve as the ...