The Lions'Heart

Rue Saxe-Cobourg 23, Brussels, Belgium | B&B
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This B&B, located on Rue Saxe-Cobourg 23, Brussels, is near Rue des Bouchers, Le Botanique, Colonne du Congres, and Musee Charlier.
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Travel Blogs from Brussels

Brussels & Waffles - Day 2

A travel blog entry by krisbolt on Jul 20, 2014

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... a square when local people meets for socialising. There were lot of people hanging out on the Main Street, I had to keep eyes on my bags as I noticed few "weird" people around. One time I was walking past a woman who walked in the opposite direction. She crashed into me and I was looking at her, so did everyone as she swore very loud. I didn't hear it but my friend heard her. Weird...
We searched waffles and found ...

Visit to Brussels, the capital of the EU

A travel blog entry by nikki.murdick on Jun 16, 2014

33 photos

... hour traffic) we head out to find out hotel—the Holiday Inn Airport. After some twisting and turning-as usual there is construction so the Garmin is confused and trying to get us to drive on missing streets—it (he) keeps saying “recalculating” and then sending us back around to get on the same missing road. But we could see airplanes landing so we headed that direction—and voila! there is our hotel. We quickly checked in and up to our rooms. Mike and ...

Chocolate and Beer and Waffles and Frites

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 28, 2014

46 photos

... centuries, and a couple hundred other Belgian breweries compete with them to satisfy the palates of their thirsty fellow countrymen. (No wonder Belgium has such an excellent snack culture--its citizens need plenty of waffles and fries and chocolate to soak up all of those suds.) One thing we have definitely missed about the United States is good beer. America's craft beer culture is excellent, and spending the past four months in countries that ...

A few more chocolates

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Feb 23, 2014

5 photos

... Gudule. A double - tower front, built in 1226 and apparently not dissimilar to the Notre Dame in Paris. Inside, it was huge. A service was taking place (in French) so we stood near the back, watching for a while. The Grand Place is one of the world's oldest squares. Construction began in 1444 with the Town Hall, at 96m high and covered in ornate sculptures of people. Several hundreds of years later, in 1697, construction of the guildhall a began - with ...

To pee or not to pee

A travel blog entry by michele_6169 on Dec 28, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

We were greeted with a feast of fresh Belgian rolls this morning bought from a local patisserie by our hosts. Our host's condition hadn't improved much overnight and his plan for the day was to visit the doctors. After breakfast we got a lift to a local railway station where we said our goodbyes and headed into Brussels. The first class carriage was straight out of the 70's bright orange laminex walls with murals of big cats and brown woven cloth seats. We ...

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