Maison Bliss Bed & Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Maison Bliss Bed & Breakfast Brussels
Travel Blogs from Brussels
... local beer, a leffe blonde & a Diekirch. The glass was almost like a wine glass although 3 times in size to serve beer. My companion a fan of the toy company Lego, brought himself a Lego policeman, which he said was not available in India.
Next stop, our hotel to drop our shopping bags & then we looked around for some Indian tea, which we were deprived for many days. Luckily we found an Indian restaurant called Nirvana Cafe that served tea, but was nothing like ...
... will be most enjoyable. We had directions to our place, which was only a few hundred metres from the station, but whilst Google got us to the general area we couldn't seem to find the exact address. So after a bit of a wander around didn't yield any results, I asked a local who was sitting nearby. The guy wanted to help, but he couldn't speak a word of English, so after I had done some pointing and saying words slowly (clearly that doesn't magically transform ...
We’ve done so much today I don’t even know if I’ll be able to remember everything.
First of all, Brussels is amazing. That’s all there is to that.
Breakfast was provided by the hotel and was lovely. It was a very European breakfast in that it included toast and jams (Britain), jamón serrano (Spain), assorted meats and cheeses (Germany/Austria), and delicious pastries (France). We set off to the city at about noon and ...
On my last day in Europe, I hopped on the train and took a day trip to Gent, or Ghent as we spell it. Gent is a city similar to Brugge. It was a main city in Europe until about 1550. It was then that the sea access was lost and people left. The city rebounded in the late 1700s when a canal reopened access to the sea. Today, it is another well preserved historical city with lots to discover.
Gent does have a city card, but it's for either two ...
... costumes in action.
The pool beckoned, so it was back home to the hotel for a swim and some dinner.
This morning we set out to see the things that were closed yesterday. First stop, comic strip museum. Belgium is home to the creators of two world renowned comic strip series, Tintin and the Smurfs, so it makes sense that a museum commemorating the art of animation would find its home here. Located in a beautiful Art Nouveau industrial ...