The Lions'Heart

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by sarahandrich on Sep 14, 2014

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From leaving Luxembourg we arrived in Bastone, Belgium just past midday. The first thing to stand out on driving into Bastogne situated on the border of Belgium and Luxembourg was an old Sherman Tank left over from world war 2 Battle of the Bulge. It had a big gaping slit at the rear and a hole on the side that was responsible for taking out the team of soldiers inside and still had a machine gun fixed to the top. We had a good look round the place and paid a visit to the tourist ...


A travel blog entry by dannjess on Aug 02, 2014

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... are shown in both languages.[15]
Brussels is increasingly becoming multilingual with increasing numbers
of ...

Beer, Chocolate and Waffles. What's not to like?

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 03, 2014

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... is the capital of Europe), beautiful houses and neighborhoods, the Antomium (often photographed – quite the tourist spot), and many other great sites. Brussels is very green and lush, with lots of parks and wooded areas.

Aside from beer, waffles and chocolate, Brussels is known for comics. They have many museums dedicated to the art of comics, and many of the classic comics we know – like Rin Tin Tin and the Smurfs, are Belgian. ...

Last day in Brussels

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jun 15, 2014

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... in the middle of a square. It was cool to walk around and see some nice stuff, but also to see just how much **** people were selling, and I assume some people were even buying it. We walked over to Place Jourdan to have some Belgian frites with mayonnaise, and Pete’s favourite beer, Orval. It was excellent! We then went up to the European Parliament and explored the Parliamentarium for a little while. It’s a really ...


A travel blog entry by lakssmitha on May 01, 2014

... the Atomium. This is a structure from the 1958 World Fair - consisting of nine gigantic balls representing an iron crystal lattice enlarged 165 billion times. It could be viewed vaguely with the rain - but managed to get some good shots when the sky cleared. It was 7pm and we got back to the hotel. There was a cinema just across the hotel we we watched the Russell Crow acting Noah. And had fast food fried chicken for dinner (Hector ...

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