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155 rue de l' Agriculture, Brussels, 1030, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Schaerbeek area of Brussels, is near National Museum, Aung San Suu Kyi House, Musmeah Yeshua Synagogue, and Golden Rock Pagoda.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Brussels

A travel blog entry by crzysdrs on Jul 10, 2014

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... architecture and detailed statues on the exteriors of buildings. One amusing statue nearby was the child peeing which is another dubious claim to fame for Belgium.

Finally we had some "traditional" Belgian cuisine of fried mussels, steak and Belgian waffles with ice cream on top, of which, the dessert was all that really needed tasting.
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Bruxelles

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jun 16, 2014

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... to worry then all hell breaks loose. As I stepped onto Belgium soil, I took a deep breath and went with the flow! I had 3 different ways to get to the hostel and I was hoping for the best. Fortunately, the metro went straight past my hostel so I immediately knew where it was! I checked in, gathered my thoughts on what to do, and headed into town! I also bought a ticket to the Belgian beer tour by the same company who did my free walking tour in Paris. I figured it would be a good way ...

Farm Kid on a Foreign Metro

A travel blog entry by kgratz on May 07, 2014

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... year old girl at the counter what to do. She said we could get a Go Pass (10 rides on Belgian Rail, as long as your under 26, for 51 Euros) for both of us, and we had the airport tax. We found the station we needed, had some trouble at first figuring it out.
The metros have first and second class here. The cars are labeled with a one or two. The conductors blow a whistle, and if you try to run up to jump on they don't let you. Workers come through the ...

Brussels for food and drink!

A travel blog entry by chunhin on Dec 24, 2012

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... 8211; Dank u, Sorry -sorry…=P. Anyways the Christmas market was fun, not as large as the German ones but it had a really chilled atmosphere with lots of kids everywhere and to top it off they had these amazing carousels! Not exactly the first thing that people think of right but there really were amazing…ahh if only I was a kid! Then had planes and rockets and all sorts of flying and soaring things…haha check ...

Brussels Sprouts

A travel blog entry by sallygriffiths on Jan 03, 2012

... I took my brew and book downstairs like last night and decided to send soem emails from the computers in the recption, telling people what i had been up to might lift my spirits :) It would seem one of the machines was not working (as i found out after a couple of attempts) and the person on the other machine didnt seem to want to give it up. I sat back at the communal tables and watched two more people go and do the same thing as i had done, spying a free computer and having ...