Address: 118, rue du marché au charbon, Brussels, 1000, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Bruxelles area of Brussels, is near Manneken Pis, Poechenellekelder, Place St. Gery, and Planète Chocolat.
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    A most wonderful day to celebrate

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Apr 13, 2015


    ... were huuuge Doctor Who fans.

    I may have told them that they should go to Cardiff to see the studios. Sorry to their Mum and Dad...not my fault I like telling people of the cool things they should do.

    The tour ended in one of the most beautiful places I've seen. Well the stairs we were sitting on where not all that flash, but the

    I can't remember the exact words Berber used to finish her tour, but I do remember it almost had me in tears because it was ...

    Hallo Belgium

    A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Dec 12, 2014

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    ... result of watching too much Sex And The City - Carrie moves to Paris in season 7.

    We make our way to the main square, La Grand-Place, after reuniting with the gang - Toni, Kathryn, Sophie, Jenni and Joe (Lucy and Marcie join us tomorrow). Once at the square we hit the Xmas markets and demolish one of many bratwurst and frits - with amazing ratios of mayonnaise to chips (paid for by the 15 euros Kev found on route). Warming up with some mulled wine we wander along the lanes ...


    A travel blog entry by abeanabroad on Dec 07, 2014

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    ... and the Spanish and Italians going slowly at the back. After leaving the group we took some photos and then went to look at some famous graffiti before going back to the square to go to the town museum where all the costumes of the ******* statue are stored. We then crossed the square to go to the chocolate museum, where we saw a demonstration of chocolates being moulded along with an explanation of the different materials used to make the moulds, and had a few tasters! We ...

    Chocolates and Comics to celebrate our Anniversary

    A travel blog entry by thepoonanns on Oct 25, 2014

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    ... you’d know I love chocolate, so much so that I would marry it if I wasn’t already taken, so of course we had a chocolate tour booked. Luckily for us we were the only people booked for the tour, so it ended up being a private tour. Our guide Isabella took us around 6 chocolate shops starting at the cheapest then progressing to the most expensive. It was quite interesting to learn of the history of chocolates and also the ethical ...

    Beautiful Brussels and a Home-Cooked Meal!

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 24, 2013

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    ... we'd already tried with him, and then tried a few others that we hadn't had yet. We ended up trying three new beers while we sat on the couches chatting, and talked with the four of them about everything from Australian and Belgian politics, school, work, holidays, travel, and everything before Maria Grazia came out from the kitchen with an announcement. She had accidentally put ham in the pasta sauce for dinner! She apologised a lot, and said ...