Huize Rafael

Address: Brusselsestraat 146, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3000, Belgium | 1 star b&b
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This 1 star B&B is located on Brusselsestraat 146, Leuven.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet


        • Continental Breakfast

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        Travel Blogs from Leuven

        My Favourite European Destination So Far

        A travel blog entry by rhodes0t on Mar 07, 2013

        5 photos

        ... the gals would likely be a bit catty and some would be too cool to be singing at the top of their lungs and doing everything they are asked. Not these gals, great sports and every single one was participating to their absolute max.

        Tim finally showed up and was astonished with how nice the girls were. Before this night I had been told from multiple people that the Belgian girls and guys were unapproachable and unfriendly. This could not be further ...

        Santas on the tube!

        A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 15, 2012

        We left home on a dull and damp saturday and went to the eurostar terminal on the tube. Katie and i were both very amused on arrival at fenchurch street station to see a guy in full santa suit at the turnstills. Our amusement increased enormously on arriving at tower hill tube to be greeted by the sight of about 20 santas all immaculately dressed and all later queing politely for tickets at the machines! Katie thought they were a santa ...

        The Serious Winter Excursions of Keith and Tony

        A travel blog entry by sunsetsoldier04 on Jan 11, 2012

        17 photos

        ... of the city as well as the obligatory Brugge and Ghent. Our most unfortunate moment was stopping for a Belgian waffle after seeing them in the window, which turned out to be 6.50€ for a cold waffle with cherries and whipped cream on top…not the experience we'd dreamed of. We did have some excellent Belgian fries though, which have slightly more potato flavor than the usual deal. Expensive as it is to eat dinner in Brussels, we decided to go on the tangerine diet ...

        Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory

        A travel blog entry by emily. on Feb 03, 2011

        8 photos

        ... We then went to dinner in Brussels. The meal was a lot better compared to the previous night, chicken, fries and A WAFFLE!!! After dinner we walked around the city. It was so gorgeous all lit up at night. We got 2 bottles of champagne to drink back in our room. One was in a black bottle and was really good. The other was peach…. When we bought it the guy laughed at us. It was a really sketchy place. We wanted cheap stuff and went with the peach. It was 6 euros. ...

        Staying in Leuven (Nathan)

        A travel blog entry by nateandglenn on Oct 08, 2010

        1 comment, 10 photos

        ... was all dug up and had a huge hole in the middle with a backhoe working at it, but there was a small dirt path leading to the front door. Inside, the hostel was probably the best we've had so far- the doors had a code instead of a key so we didn't have to worry about who had the key with them, the beds were clean and comfortable, it had free, working wifi, the showers were better than mine at home, and they had a nice cozy lounge area open 24 hours. However, ...