La Casa BXL

116, rue du Marché au Charbon, Brussels, 1000 Bruxe, 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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    Travel Blogs from Brussels

    No Brussel Sprouts in Brussels

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Aug 10, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    While Jess had said that Bruges was better than Brussels, I will be travelling through Bruges on the way to Calais tomorrow so I decided to stick with the plan and visit Brussels. The weather was looking a little dodgy, so I set off just after 9 and after a quick stop for petrol I was on my way, quite enjoying this Robert Ludlum book. I arrived and made the mistake of trying to park too close to the main square where there was way too many pedestrians, and ended up trapped by ...

    Exploring Bruxelles

    A travel blog entry by gcv on Jun 09, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    ... of course, a Belgian waffle.

    Next we boarded a hop-on, hop-off bus that took us all over the city to the main attractions. It was a great way to get an overview of Brussels. The boys got a kick out of sitting on top of the double decker bus.

    One of the most interesting sights is The Atomium, a gigantic atom made from steel and aluminum that has become a symbol for Brussels. It was created for the World's Fair in 1958 ...


    A travel blog entry by jamesandbre on May 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... to have a look in his shed.. Wow is all we could say! He had a huge collection of shells, rusted grenades with the pins still in, rusted up loaded rifles, everything you could imagine. Ever harder to believe is they are still finding these things daily in the region, some shells that weren't used have to be collected by the bomb squad, but being typical farmers the have a collection of them on the side of the road so they can be collected in one go. We also visited hell ...


    A travel blog entry by jess416 on Apr 11, 2014

    15 photos

    ... Edinburgh or Glasgow. So, in order to get to Glasgow I first had to take the bus to the train station and then the train station to Glasgow train station and then walk to the bus stop that takes you to the Glasgow airport and then figure myself out from there. Luckily all went smoothly and I actually made it to the airport with PLENTY of time. Going through security over here is basically a breeze, so far i haven't waited for more than 10 minutes to get through and since I ...

    Brussels-Headquarters of the European Union

    A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning on Mar 11, 2014

    28 photos

    ... I got a great gift for my Model UN students going to New York in May representing the newest EU member state, Croatia.

    We also saw some amazing Art Nouveau architecture by Horta and many of his students. I think Art Nouveau is my favorite type of art. What about you?

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