Oude Brouwerij Keyser Carel

Lei 15, Leuven, Flemish Brabant, 3000, Belgium | B&B
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    A travel blog entry by ruthjohnson78 on May 06, 2013

    14 photos

    ... previously and there was even traffic jams. That's where everyone in Belgium is! As I was coming into Leuven the sign for the town said "*******", so I wasn't sure what to expect ;) There was also graffiti of lego men on their signs, so someone is a comedian. Leuven is a university town. Although it's not massive there are 40,000 students and the quality of the university and the town is similar to Cambridge. With more bikes.

    I found the B&B with ...

    Brrrugge to Brrrussels..chilly as..Brrrr

    A travel blog entry by mauza on Nov 30, 2012

    33 photos

    ... warm room ...
    The thought of Xmas entices us out ..rugged up well ..to Brussels Christmas market .. it stretches for 2 km with a series of shops, chalets, attractions, fun activities .. such as ice skating, merry go rounds and an enormous Ferris wheel ..just the place to taste local delicacies, buy a souvenir and be amazed once more .. A glass of the white mulled wine here, a shot of speculoos liqueur there and some of the traditional "Tartiflette ...

    Belgium: In three parts..

    A travel blog entry by carlydavid on Oct 19, 2011


    ... so worked out well!
    We visited The Zoo in Antwerp, which is apparently the oldest zoo in the country, and one of the oldest in the world, built in 1843.
    It was a nice, spacious zoo, and apart from getting frostbite in my toes because it was SO cold (slight exaggeration) it was a very enjoyable day! Giraffes, elephants, tigers, lions, penguins, lots of chimps and apes were some of the animals kept there. Whilst I really wanted the monkeys to give me some ...

    Lost in Leuven

    A travel blog entry by amattucci on May 25, 2011


    ... br> Lost, Round 3
    Another intern in my program, Jon, realized that our rail cards look similar to the Leuven bus passes. So if you flash your pass quick, the bus driver doesn't know the difference. The bus is just a 10 minute ride to the train station, which is ideal considering the blisters I've been forming from walking all that way. So I go with Jon to the train station, flashed my pass, and was golden. No problems. Then as I was coming home, I jumped on the bus, again ...

    Of Brussels and Bruges

    A travel blog entry by tomfonder on Nov 29, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... nineteenth century. To make matters even more impressive, an enormous Christmas tree and nativity scene had been erected in the centre for the festive season.

    Around the same area we also spotted Mannekin Pis briefly, a symbol of Brussels which you’ve undoubtedly seen in its countless reproductions, perhaps without knowing it. The name of the statue literally translates to ‘little man peeing’, and it is exactly that, a fountain in the form of a ...