Bed & Breakfast De Kapel

B.A. De Becker-Remyplein 51, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3010, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on B.A. De Becker-Remyplein 51, Leuven, is near Groot Begijnhof, Town Hall (Stadhuis), Old Market Square (Oude Markt), and Great Market Square (Grote Markt).
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Travel Blogs from Leuven

My Favourite European Destination So Far

A travel blog entry by rhodes0t on Mar 07, 2013

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... This went on for about 5 more hours. To be honest I have seen a lot of girls who know how to drink beer... The best female beer drinker I have ever seen would be the absolute weakest link on any of these sorority drinking teams. These gals were absolute liquorsmen.

We sat and laughed and laughed at the ridiculousness of these games. Eventually the competition ended and they crowned a girl from the blue team with a black painted face as the champion. ...

The Capital of Europe

A travel blog entry by cfroehlich14 on Nov 09, 2012

32 photos

... toppings on their waffles such as chocolate or whip cream.
After eating we passed chocolate store upon chocolate store searching for the Chocolate Museum where we could see a life-size, chocolate Obama. Another disappointment popped up when we were told that... Obama had melted. We found the main square and waited in line for the chance to walk up all 366 stairs of the Belfry Tower. It was worth the wait and there were ...

Bring on the Waffles!

A travel blog entry by sjohnson7 on Sep 25, 2011

14 photos

... train from Paris to Brussels. It was quite an adventure to maneuver with a group of 34 students and 3 professors through the train station, onto the train, through the Paris subway to another train station, then onto our last train destined for Brussels. Oh, then we had to take the Brussels subway with all of our baggage to finally arrive at our hotel. I must say that SIT did NOT skimp on the accommodations in Brussels at all; the hotel was very nice, and we had air ...

Of Brussels and Bruges

A travel blog entry by tomfonder on Nov 29, 2010

1 comment, 12 photos

... I was rudely interrupted in my attempts to traverse a frozen river by the female, whom suggested it would be too dangerous. What a nark, man. At the foot of the Atomium, a site labelled Mini Europe peaked our curiosity, so we promptly entered the space that housed minituarised scale models of landmarks and structures of importance from every European country. Kitschy, though it was, it was still good fun for a few laughs and learning, the area serving as a sort of ode to ...

Staying in Leuven (Nathan)

A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 08, 2010

1 comment, 10 photos

... train display, a wide variety of shops, and a bug exhibit with terrariums of everything from millipedes to tarantulas. It reminded me of the non-butterfly part of the Butterfly Pavilion back home, and was almost as large a collection of bugs. Unfortunately, my camera's batteries were dying rapidly and I was only able to get a few pictures before we had to go. Glennica got some lunch and I grabbed a cheap bockwurst from a sausage stand before I left... it ...