Brigitte Et Alain

Joseph Bens 191, 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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    Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella arrive

    A travel blog entry by issywiz on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... the water. She was very hesitant at first but once in she thoroughly enjoyed it and jumped in off the boat too. Ella had to be woken up and was really groggy, but still wanted to go in like her big sister and not to be outdone. Ella was a bit cold but determined to stay in the water, until she had to come out for her health’s sake.

    It was a wonderful evening of sunshine so we got the dinghy off ST and Steve identified ...

    Brussels Part 2

    A travel blog entry by danicasteele on Jan 28, 2014

    7 photos

    On Sunday morning we were meeting up with Bridget's Uncle Scotty (not her real uncle but a close family friend whom they call an uncle). We were originally being picked up by him at 10h30, but awoke to realize he was coming earlier now, and with the late night we had on Saturday we got out of bed about 15 minutes before he was supposed to come! Although slightly hungover, we walked around a bit of the city with Scotty where he showed us monuments and was ...

    Brussels Blitz

    A travel blog entry by gsjonuk on Nov 20, 2013

    7 photos

    ... Paul Ruben's masterpieces, and Jacquues-Louise David's Death of Marat, which is one of civilizations most striking images. With little time to spare, we hustled past the mob of celebrating students, sliding downhill on wet cobblestones in the rain back to Grand Place to see it in the dark, all lit up in coloured flood lights. We then scrambled around to get back to Central Station, took a train to South Station (there are 3 main stations in Brussels) and had a quick ...

    Global Smurf Day in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 22, 2013

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... cast, but when we reached Ghent it stopped raining and we could wander the city quite well. Ghent is a city of churches, we have never seen so many churches in such a concentrated area, all competing for the fellow man and all 17th century or older. Ghent was interesting and had a canal system that at one time connected it to the North Sea, due to storms and it flourished, but it silted up and the town declined.

    We then left Ghent and set out ...

    Along the Rhine and then to Brussels

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

    10 photos

    ... looked up to the rock, their boat crashed and they sank.

    Then we saw Kats Castle, on the other side of the river as well, above the town of St Goarshausen. This magnificent castle stands on a ledge looking downstream. It was first built around 1371 by Count Wilhelm II; was bombarded in 1806 by Napoleon and rebuilt in the late 19th century, between 1896-98. It is now privately owned, and not open to visitors.

    Another castle we got a photo of, ...